Do you own a dogwood? Maybe even a douglas fir? Perhaps you own a pear or plum tree? Red buds, a flowering cherry tree, or hemlock? These beautiful trees can generally be found in Suffolk County in Long Island New York and with doubt are easy to take a liking to. Although, with such a large variety of vegetation and greenery it is possible for you to walk out into your backyard or through your neighborhood and spot a diseased tree. However, though there may be many trees that sit around your area unwell, it can oftentimes be very difficult to spot a diseased tree. More often than not, most do not have the expertise like an arborist from a tree service Long Island to make the distinction between a viable and nonviable tree. If you are in this position and keep asking yourself, “Is my tree diseased?” -Then these simple but telltale signs of ailment might be the answer to your question.