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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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Are Rabbits Damaging Your Trees?

In our last blog, we discussed how to protect your landscaping trees from territorial bucks. But there is another species of animal that you should also watch out for: rabbits. Rabbits are a common tree pest this time of year, … Continue reading

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Will a River Birch Tree Damage My House?

River Birch trees, with their shimmery trunks and draping leaves, are absolutely lovely come spring and summer. As a water-loving tree species, they adapt well in moist conditions, especially near banks of rivers, hence their name. But many property owners … Continue reading

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Hardiness Zone facts for Trees, Flowers, and Plants

Wikipedia defines a hardiness zone as, “a geographic area defined to encompass a certain range of climatic conditions relevant to plant growth and survival.” If you are planning to remodel your landscaping this year or next, you will need to … Continue reading

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How to Put a Stop to Vole Girdling

If you have ornamental trees in your yard, you may be at risk of a common nuisance wildlife occurrence known as vole girdling, which generally becomes a problem around fall and winter. Voles will chew the bark of planted and … Continue reading

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What is Tree Fertilization?

Just like most living organisms on the planet, trees need micro and micro-nutrients to survive. Tree fertilization is a common tree care practice that provides supplemental nutrients for newly-sprouting and young trees. Continue reading to learn more about tree fertilization, … Continue reading

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What You Need to Know About Daily Tree Root Care

If you have a newly planted tree, it is important to understand and implement daily root care. Continue reading to learn what you need to know about taking good care of your tree’s roots in order to promote strong, sturdy … Continue reading

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Is There a Difference Between Tree Sap and Tree Resin?

One of the most common questions about trees has to do with their secretions. Sap and resin, although similar in thought, are actually quite different from each other. Continue reading to learn some interesting facts about tree resin and tree … Continue reading

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Top 4 Signs That Indicate a Tree is Dead

Now that spring is here, you should be seeing some changes in your landscape. Grass is getting greener, plants are starting to bud, and wildlife activity is increasing every day. With a little more time, all the trees and flowers … Continue reading

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What is Winter Burn in Trees?

Also known as desiccation, winter burn is a potentially-fatal seasonal problem among evergreen trees. The most common causes for winter burn are insufficient levels of moisture in soil, freezing temperatures, and inclement winds. These factors cause trees to lose moisture … Continue reading

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