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Rooting Around

Autumn Tree

The different parts of a tree grow at different times throughout the year. Typically, most of the foliage growth happens in the spring, followed by trunk growth in the summer and root growth in the fall and winter.


Wollemia Nobilis Pine Kiefer

Scientists thought this dinosaur-era tree went extinct 150 million years ago — but then it was found growing wild in Australia. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wollemia

Leaf removal on the list?

Leaves under my Feet

Deater Brothers can help with your autumn lawn care.  Call today to cross it off. (317) 286-7680

Fall Lawn Renovations

Leaves Falling

Autumn is the key season for lawn renovations. Fall care will help to ensure that the grass survives the low temperatures of winter. It will also help the lawn to recover from heavy usage during spring and summer.  Need help with those renovations?  Call Deater Brothers Lawn & Tree Care.  (317) 286-7680

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Service Areas

Deater Brothers Lawn and Tree Care proudly serves central Indiana.  Are you in our service area?  Call now to see how we can help you with lawn, landscaping, and tree care needs.

Did you know?

Earth has more than 60,000 known tree species. https://www.mnn.com/earth-matters/wilderness-resources/blogs/facts-about-trees

Thirsty Thursday

Tree Branches

The average tree drinks about 2,000 liters of water each year.  A large oak tree can consume about 100 gallons of water per day.  A giant sequoia can drink up to 500 gallons daily! – https://www.mnn.com/earth-matters/wilderness-resources/blogs/facts-about-trees

Watch the Leaves Change!

Brown County Leaf Cam

You can watch the leaves change in beautiful Brown County, Indiana live on the internet.  Visit The Brown County Leaf Cam.

Fall Leaves

Autumn Leaves

As leaves fall, remember to rake them.  Layers of leaves will block important sunlight which can damage your lawn.  If you keep your lawn happy this fall then it will be beautiful for you next spring.