Improving The Health Of Our Trees
If you’re looking at buying a home with large, older trees in the yard, you need to take a very close look at those trees. The older and bigger a tree gets, the more opportunities fungi and other pathogens have to harm the tree, to the point of killing it. Trees like this need to be removed, which means you would either have to spend extra money on the tree removal or negotiate the removal as a covenant if you go ahead and buy the home. Read More»
Sometimes, having a tree cut down is necessary to protect your home, but it can also cause damage while the job is being done. This is why there are some precautions that you will want to make to ensure your home is safe during a tree removal project. If you want to ensure your home escapes a tree removal unscathed, here are some essential steps you will want to take to protect your property: Read More»
The Colorado blue spruce is a tall, classic-looking tree that was deemed noble enough to serve as the state tree in its namesake state. Colorado blue spruces are known for the blue-tinged needles that stay on year-round, though new needles join every spring, and for the bushy base that sits close to the ground.
If you have a Colorado blue spruce in your yard or property, you want to put in the work to make sure the tree stays looking as beautifully bushy and healthy as possible. Read More»
If you’re removing a tree from your yard and are planning to have the stump removed, you’re making the right choice. Having a piece of rotting wood taking up space in your yard is not a good idea, and removing the stump lets you reuse the land as you see fit. However, it’s not as simple as removing the wood and adding more soil. Here are three things you need to look out for after you have a stump removed. Read More»
Tall, beautiful and majestic, oak trees make for a charming yard and landscape. Unfortunately, they have one major downfall – a disease known as oak wilt. This fungal infection can take a vigorous oak tree and cause it to deteriorate and die within just a year or two. So, if you have oak trees on your property, it pays to know a little about oak wilt and what you can do about it. Read More»