The Importance Of Tree Care and Tree Services

Wrapping and Securing Trees For Winter

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Winter can be a tough time for landscape trees. Fortunately, there are things you can do to keep your trees healthy. Trunk Guards The trunk of a tree can be at risk in winter. Young trees and those with thin bark are the most at risk. Sunscald is one problem, which occurs on sunny, below freezing days. The sap warms up in the sun, but then it quickly refreezes and expands. Read More»

4 Tips For Pruning Your Trees

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Taking proper care of your yard will allow your home to look its best. You’ll want to ensure the outside of your property looks like its well taken care of always. It’s ideal to ensure the trees in your yard remains healthy. The perfect way to achieve this goal is by pruning your trees. Here are some tips to help you if you choose to prune the trees yourself. 1. Create a plan Read More»

3 Major Reasons Not To DIY Pruning Your Tree

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Do you have a tree that has started to become a hazard? Are you getting ready to head out and start lopping off branches, or are you even considering cutting it down completely? Trees can be beautiful, but they can also start to get in the way once they reach a certain size. They can cause damage to homes and to vehicles, and they may even drop branches on unsuspecting people. Read More»

3 Reasons Not To Keep A Stump In Your Yard For Decorative Purposes

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When the tree falls or is cut down, that lowest part of it is usually still rooted in the ground firmly. If you’re like a lot of homeowners, you do what you can to make the best of having a stump in your yard. You use the thing to set your flower pots upon, you hollow out the center and make the thing a planter, or you do something else decorative to make the stump look a little less like a stump and more like a decorative part of your landscape. Read More»

2 Common Tree Pests

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If you notice that your trees are starting to look kind of ratty and moth-eaten, they may actually be moth-eaten. There are all kinds of bugs out there that are going to look at your trees as a huge all-you-can-eat buffet, and they are hungry. You can work to get rid of the bugs and help restore your tree to its former splendiferousness. The first thing you have to do in order to make that happen is to figure out what kind of insect is munching on your tree. Read More»