Eastern hemlock, Tsuga canadensis, is a large evergreen tree that is native to eastern and central North America.
It is found growing in the woods, rocky hillsides and slopes, as well as stream-like valleys in the Piedmont region of North Carolina.
Aside from their bright green needles, the tree can be distinguished by it’s seed or pine cone.
Found in Union County, Mecklendburgh County and other North Carolina counties
More on the Eastern Hemlock Tree
Eastern Hemlock has an erect, pyramidal growth habit and may reach anywhere from 40 to 100 feet tall. It prefers moist, well-draining soil. and is intolerant of drought. Because it is intolerant to drought, it could be a considered a hazardous tree if it is too close to your house or building.
Because these trees can be found sometimes too close to buildinds, we will use our truck and crane to remove it in sections begining at the top and slowly working our way down.
This insures you that the tree or parts of the tree do not hit your building during its removal process.
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