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Common Winter Tree Pests in Indiana

Although the majority of insects and similar pests turn in for the winter season, that does not mean they have disappeared. In fact, many species of bugs will brave the cold, harsh climates. Unfortunately, this puts our landscaping trees at … Continue reading

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Oldest Known Fossilized Trees Discovered in New York City

What was once thought to be the oldest known fossilized trees in the world are now second in line! A new discovery recently made in a New York quarry certainly sets a new global record. Continue reading to learn more … Continue reading

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Will Hanging Christmas Lights Harm My Trees?

We are well into the Christmas season by now, and many homeowners are preparing to decorate their front yards with all their favorite seasonal charm. Those most admired outdoor holiday d├ęcorations we look forward to every year are string lighting. … Continue reading

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Should I Brace My Trees For Winter?

Tree cabling and bracing is an important preventative maintenance practice used in the landscaping and tree care industry. Many property owners are confused on whether or not they need to brace their trees for the harsh winter weather ahead. Although … Continue reading

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How to Hire a Reputable Tree Service Company

As a property owner, there are a few things you need to know before outsourcing professional tree service. Whether you need routine tree care such as trimming or pruning, or major tree work like large tree removal or lot clearing, … Continue reading

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4 Tree Diseases You Should Watch Out For

Tree diseases are common reasons for tree removal.  There are four particular illnesses that trees fall victim to quite often.  These infections, infestations, ailments, and sicknesses all have a devastating effect on trees, and can quickly lead to their demise.  … Continue reading

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Do Trees Need Care in the Fall?

Just because the summer has ended does not mean that your tree care responsibilities can be put on hold until the next bloom. Unlike other species of plants and shrubbery, trees require attention year-round. So if you are asking yourself … Continue reading

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Common Glossary Terms for Tree Leaves

Trees are among the most important natural organisms on the planet. In order for trees to thrive, they rely on their leaves for many matters, from wind resistance and driplines, to photosynthesis. Continue below to learn more about tree leaves … Continue reading

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What are Monocots and Dicots?

Have you somehow stumbled across the terms, monocots and dicots, and wonder how they pertain to the tree care industry? Well if so, you have come to the right place. Continue reading to learn the difference between these two important … Continue reading

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The Difference Between Angiosperms and Gymnosperms

There are millions of plant species, all of which are seed-bearing and come from some form of rudimentary ovule. However, there are only two types of seed-bearing plants that all species can be categorized as depending on their seed attributes: … Continue reading

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