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Prestige Shrub and Tree has been serving the Atlanta area since 1985. Our mission is to provide the highest quality professional services using the latest in research and technology. We strive to not only service our customers but also provide customer education. Our applicators are trained, licensed, uniformed and trustworthy. We tailor our programs to meet the needs of each customer’s individual landscape.

Prestige Shrub & Tree, Ltd. provides horticultural chemical application and fertilization programs for lawns and shrubs and trees and large tree injury mitigation programs, tree prescription fullfillment, fertilization and pest treatment.  All technical personnel are horticulturally trained and hold a State of Georgia Pesticide Applicators license.  All personnel are uniformed and are easily identifiable when on your property. Prestige does not offer tree removal, pruning, planting or landscape planning services.

We are in no way affiliated with Prestige Tree and Landscape. This is an independent company working under a similar name.

We are affiliated with:

  • Urban Ag Council — Georgia
  • Georgia Urban Forestry Council
  • Georgia Arborist Association
  • International Society of Arboriculture

Prestige Shrub & Tree, Ltd. began operations in 1985.  Prestige is owned and operated by Patrick Mawhinney.  Patrick holds a B.S. in Botany and a Master of Agriculture in Plant Pathology from Auburn University.  He is also an International Society of Arboriculture Certified Arborist (#SO-2347A), a Georgia Certified Plant Professional and a Georgia Lifetime Master Gardener.

Recent News

Your 2014 #4 Lawn Newsletter

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Boxwood blight identified in Atlanta landscape.

boxwood blightThere is a devastating disease of boxwoods that may become epidemic.  Click here for the information!

Dogwood leaves looking bad?

Your dogwood probably has powdery mildew.  Click here to read more!

Leyland Cypress dropping needles?

If your Leylands are showing yellow needles that gradually turn brown and then drop it is a clear sign that you are not giving them adequate moisture. Check your soil moisture.

Your 2014 #2 Lawn Newsletter

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Oak Leaf Jumping Gall

This gall is caused by a small wasp.  Though it may cause heavy defoliation in white oaks it does not cause permanent damage and no treatment is necessary or effective.  Click here for more info.