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About Green Monkey Tree Services: Arborist Serving Boca Raton, Coconut Creek, Coral Springs, Deerfield Beach, Margate, Parkland & Pompano Beach, FL



We are a family service that loves our environment and our work. Contact us to inquire about  tree trimming tree canopy or if you need a stump grinding for a  free estimate.

If you have any questions or other concerns whether your having a tree removal or simple tree canopy or a pruning  done, feel free to ask Paul when he arrives to do your tree pruning or tree removal

The Green Monkey Tree Service crew and staff are courteous and helpful.


Our hours of operations are as follows:
Mon-Fri 8-8 pm



Here in Florida anytime is a good enough time to plant but the rainy season is probably the best for a container-grown or a balled-and-bur-lapped tree and depending where you live, spring and fall are the best times to plant bare-root trees (which have no soil around the roots).  As you know, planting a tree  too deep can eventually kill your tree by it’s own roots trying to come out to surface as it grows within time.

Plant your tree so that the roots are above the soil surface then they can get the air, water and nutrients it needs.  We’ve been told long ago that staking is good for a newly planted tree, however now we have learned its best to let the tree move freely in the wind.  Staking is still a good idea especially in windy areas or season, and if you are to stake a tree do so for only a year.  Use two metal or wooden stakes, bury them two feet deep for support and use flexible materials for ties around one third of the way up from the trunk and keep checking that the stakes and ties are in no way damaging the bark by choking the tree or the stakes falling as this maligns the tree.

Transferring a newly bought container tree: Transferring the new tree to your landscape is exciting.  look at the root system, it should be white and healthy not brownish-black, if the roots are creeping out of the pot wholes and there seems to be too many roots, make sure they are not creeping all over each other or it may girdle itself. water daily for one to four weeks, every other day for the next two weeks, twice a week for the next four to six weeks & weekly thereafter.

For newly planted avocado trees water every day for a few weeks then gradually to “as needed watering” and fertilize 4-6 weeks after planting.


“We Don’t Monkey Around” We Have Been Around Since 1980.