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Are your fruit trees no longer producing the harvests they once had? Do you see yellow leaves, bugs, or dead branches? Do you know something is wrong, but you have no idea what?
I can help you! I am Nalani, a fruit tree specialist living in and gardening throughout San Diego County. I will help you revitalize your struggling fruit trees and veggie gardens. I provide weekly, monthly, or one-time onsite or phone consultations for San Diego tree care.
I am trained to diagnose and remediate your fruit trees, from nutritional and soil deficiencies to bugs and diseases. I will correctly prune or artistically prune any tree to be beautiful and healthy once again.
I have high quality, fast-acting, super-concentrated, and organic fruit tree fertilizer and nutrients that I use to properly maintain your fruit trees. I can bring back the heavy harvests of nutrient-dense foods that you are longing for. I can bring back the big dark green leaves that you were wishing you had. I can make your yard look absolutely beautiful as well as very, very productive.
Whether you’re dealing with an orchard or a patio garden, a school garden, or just one or two fruit trees ... No problem! Growing your own food is a vital necessity in this day and age, and I can teach you everything you need to know.
I can help you with new plantings, soil management, classes and workshops, organic fruit tree fertilizer for sale – organic, organic, organic!
Call me to discuss tree services in San Diego and Los Angeles counties. I look forward to helping you bring beauty to your garden. It’s a perfect time to plant!
Read about Nalani and what she does as a Fruit Tree Specialist in San Diego.
Watch the Fruitmommy channel on YouTube. Daily videos of life as a San Diego fruit tree specialist.
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Q. My tree's leaves are yellow and the tree looks sad. What should I do?