Sugar Maple Trees Starving Themselves, Bedminster, NJ

Dr. Jim Conroy, The Tree Whisperer® said, “Trees eat sunlight.  They produce their own food…which makes them pretty remarkable.  We can’t do that!

“It’s a simple equation for three Sugar Maples treated as a group:  No Circulation=No food=Tree starving.

“The Sugar Maples’ inner functionality was so compromised that they were actually starving…they have not been able to produce enough food for themselves in recent years.

“By using my systems — Tree Whispering® and Green Centrics® — I found that… Read more…

Elm leaf-buds need to grow – 6 Days After Treatment

Dr. Jim Conroy, The Tree Whisperer® said, “The treatment was all about the buds when I did it on March 5th, 2010.  See the blog entry from that date.

“Now, look at these beautiful buds!  The tree is telling us that the treatment worked!”

Pat’s Sick Pear Tree, Montclair, NJ

Meet one of Pat’s fruit trees.  It’s a Pear tree that lives in a modest New Jersey suburban backyard.  Pat grows almost all of the food for her vegetarian family in this small yard…including pears!

Dr. Jim Conroy, The Tree Whisperer® said, “I always ask a tree for permission to treat it.  This tree told me “I’m sick and I need help.”

“Whatever stressors may have weakened the tree, the tree’s internal functionality was compromised.

“My energy healing, holistic treatment focused on… Read more…

“Potted” Sugar Maple, Blairstown, NJ

“Potted” Sugar Maple, Blairstown, NJ

Dr. Jim Conroy, The Tree Whisperer® said, “This tree wants to grow and be healthy. It is living in slightly cramped quarters for its size. This is like the tree has outgrown its ‘pot.’



“I suspect that not only is the tree growing in limited space but that it also has a rock layer below to limit root development. This space was fine when the tree was small. But as the tree grew bigger, the space was more limiting.  I had to balance the tree… Read more…

Better Bud Survival for a Maple in Rumson,NJ

Dr. Jim Conroy, The Tree Whisperer® said, “My treatment should help strengthen the buds to open better and increase survival rate.

“Better bud survival should also help produce more leaves needed for food (sugar) production. More leaves and food production should help with new growth. It should also help pull the circulation in the tree to keep it open since it was previously blocked.

“New leaves and new growth should help the tree with it’s goals to fill in, and be a beautiful centerpiece.”

Elm leaf-buds need to grow

Dr. Jim Conroy, The Tree Whisperer® said, “Elm tree buds have an inherent problem.  The buds don’t always completely grow after they start to swell in late winter. They all start to grow.  But they don’t all continue to grow.  This became apparent in my work with a majestic Elm Tree today.

“Problems with buds means less active growth.  Less active growth means the tree is more susceptible to diseases and insects.  This could contribute to why Elms were so devastated by the Elm Bark Beetle and Dutch Elm disease.”


Andy’s Elm tree said, “My leaf-buds need to grow by having all my inner operations working in sync. Then, my leaves have to grow to full size.”


Andy’s Morristown Beech: "I want to grow and get healthy"

Andy’s Morristown, NJ,  Beech:







Today’s Tree Whispering® treatment of a big old Copper Beech tree in Morristown, NJ, USA, was all about active new growth. Read more…