Tipu Tree Losing Leaves Mesa AZ
The amazing ways plants defend themselves
The Tipuana tipu, is also known as the rosewood and sometimes the pride of Bolivia.
It can grow to almost 100 feet in height and it gets up to 55 feet wide.
The tipu is used as a shade tree in Arizona.
The leaves of the tipu tree are about 10 inches long, and made up of leaflets 1 to 3 inches long.
The flowers are bright yellow in color and bloom only briefly in the late summer.
Warner’s Tree Surgery is a family business that consists of my wife Pat, who manages the office and answers the phones, and me - Warner.
To better understand the relationship between tree health, energy reserves, and the abundance of leaves on a tree please read on, and watch the videos on this page.
When the energy reserves are depleted the plants and trees can’t do all of the amazing things they usually do to defend themselves from insect attack, and the diseases they carry.
It takes years but eventually a citrus trees reserves will be drained to the point that it can no longer defend itself against insects or soil born fungus.
That’s where we come in, if it’s not to late we can get you started on a program to restore the energy reserves of your trees.