The Importance Of Tree Care and Tree Services

7 Ways To Tell If Your Tree Is Dying

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The last thing you want to worry about on your property, whether it’s residential or commercial, is a dying tree. You have enough to worry about without having to deal with dead trees. Sometimes when a tree dies it’s obvious. But sometimes it’s not. Here’s how to tell if your tree is dying or dead so you know whether or not to have it removed. Decay: This can be hard to spot because it starts on the inside, but there are outward visible signs you can look for such as cavities caused by deterioration, colonies of carpenter ants, and mushrooms growing from the trunk or branches. Read More»

4 Easy-To-Maintain Trees To Plant Around Your Patio

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Landscape design is an important part of your home’s curb appeal, but it can also increase the value of your home. Since trees are the most valuable investments in landscape design, planting them all through your yard is smart. If you have a sunny deck or patio in your backyard, installing trees around this space will also provide you with shade while enhancing the look of your outdoor space. Of course, you may not know which trees are best. Read More»

Three Late Fall Yard And Garden Tasks You Should Never Ignore

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How your yard and garden performs in spring and summer depends highly on measure you take during fall to ensure it’s continuing good health. Following are three important plant cultivation tasks that you should perform in fall.  Remove Vegetative Debris Fallen leaves, pine needles, remnants of flower and vegetable beds, and any other vegetative debris should be thoroughly removed before the snow falls or the ground freezes. Even if you live in an area that doesn’t experience much snow or hard freezes, this material should still be removed because it can hold water that may contribute to the development of fungal organisms and conditions such as root rot. Read More»