Tree Guards offer effective protection for many tender tree varieties.

A recent testimonial from one of our tree guard customers:

Here is a list of varieties where I use the trunk protectors. All the varieties on the spreadsheet are the ones where we use trunk protectors to prevent winter crack and sunscald. Some winters if I start seeing jack rabbit damage, I go ahead and put the trunk protectors on to solve the problem. Usually Jack Rabbits attack my malus varieties. The most common malus they like to eat are the Malus ‘Radiant’ Malus ‘Prairie Rose’ and Malus ‘Brandywine’. They can totally destroy those trees by eating the outer bark on the first 12″ of the tree trunk. Also putting trunk protectors on as we harvest and ship helps tremendously with equipment damage. We are more than happy if you use our name and company to back up this information.

Thank you,

Jetson Trees,

Rupert, ID

Here is a list of trees that we use your black and white tree wrap protectors:

Acer grandidentatum, Bigtooth Maple
Acer negundo ‘Sensation’, Boxelder
Acer grandidentatum ‘Hipazam’, Highland Park Maple
Carpinus betulus, European Hornbeam
Carpinus betulus ‘Fastigiata’, Pyramidal Hornbeam
Catalpa Speciosa, Northern/Western Catalpa
Fraxinus Americana ‘Junginger’, Autumn Purple Ash
Fraxinus Pennsylvanica ‘Patmore’, Patmore Ash
Glenditsia triacanthos var. inermis ‘Impcole’, Imperial Honeylocust, Shademaster¬†Honeylocust, Skyline Honeylocust
Morus alba ‘Chaparral’
Prunus cerasifera, Kankakee Newport Plum, Krauter Versuvius Plum, Newport Plum, Thundercloud Plum
Pyrus calleryana, Cleveland Select Flowering Pear, New Bradford Pear, Redspire Flowering Pear
Salix, Prairie Cascade Willow
Sorbus aucuparia, European Mountain Ash, Pyramidal Mountain Ash, Oakleaf Mountain Ash
Tilla Americana, American Linden, Redmond Linen, Greenspire Linen, Sterling Silver Linen, Glenleven Linen



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