Trimming, Watering, and Beyond

Trimming, Watering, and Beyond

Prepare For Stump Removal

You are likely looking forward to the removal of a troublesome stump and the reclaiming of a portion of your yard. Before the workers arrive, take some time to get prepared for the removal so it can occur without a problem. Prepare Your Lawn Preparation of the lawn begins a couple of days before the tree service arrives with the stump grinder in tow. It's a smart idea

3 Things You Need To Know About Trimming Apple Trees

If you're like many modern homeowners, you like the idea of using at least part of your outdoor living space to provide fresh food for the family table. Just a couple of generations ago, home gardens and fruit trees were common fixtures in the average family home, but that tradition waned significantly as homeowners turned their attention to vast lawns, perennial bord

How To Take Better Care Of A Young Oak Tree

Oak trees are tall and majestic when they are mature. But if you want your oak tree to grow up this way, you do have to provide it with the proper care when it is young. To that end, here are some ways to take better care of your young oak tree. 1. Have it professionally trimmed Oaks are not a type of tree that needs a lot of pruning and shaping, but a little trimming

3 Essentials To Try Before Removing An "Ugly" Tree

Do you have a tree that's looking like it's seen better days? Are you feeling like it's time to give up and remove the tree entirely? There are definitely times when cutting down a tree is going to be the best solution to the issues at hand. However, this is an extreme measure that isn't always warranted. There are almost certainly things you can do to make the situat

How To Keep Trees From Becoming Hazards

Tree add shade and beauty to your property, but they can also cause damage if they fall or drop a large branch. The following maintenance tips can help you prevent your tree from becoming a property hazard. Water Deeply A drought-stressed tree is more prone to disease and eventual death compared to one that receives sufficient water. Tree roots penetrate deep into the