Chemical treatments, pruning, fertilization and watering are the keys to preventing and treating birch tree diseases. Since the trees are susceptible to fungal disease and borer and other insect infestations, close monit... More »

A weeping redbud tree requires minimal pruning, annual fertilization and weekly deep-root watering to thrive. These trees are hardy in zones five through nine and grow, on average, to be 10 feet tall. The weeping branche... More »

Identify peach tree diseases by observing the tree, considering weather and other conditions in the past year and consulting an expert. Accurate record keeping can help determine the causes of disease and prevent future ... More » Home & Garden Gardening & Landscapes Trees & Bushes

Mini rose bushes require consistent watering, full sunlight, humid temperatures, regular fertilization, pruning and maintenance. You need basic gardening tools, such as a hose, fertilizer, pruning shears and pest or dise... More » Home & Garden Gardening & Landscapes Trees & Bushes

The United States Forest Service provides information and images of common oak tree diseases on its website, as of 2015. In addition, the Cooperative Extension System under the United States Department of Agric... More »

The average height of a birch tree is around 40 feet tall, but the paper and yellow birch can grow up to 80 feet tall. Of the 60 different types of birch trees, the most notable are the paper, European white, gray and ye... More »

Prune white birch trees by pruning at the right time, choosing the proper branches to prune and cutting carefully. Always wear eye protection and follow safety guidelines to prevent injury while pruning the trees. More »