Improving The Health Of Our Trees

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Just Moved To An Older Home With Overgrown Trees? 3 Signs It's Time To Get Some Removed

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Purchasing an older home can mean a lot of savings and ending up in a neighborhood that you really enjoy, but it does come with some downsides since the space has been previously lived in. If the landscaping at a home you’ve recently purchased doesn’t look like you want it to, it can be a good idea to look into having some trees removed. If you haven’t had any trees removed from your property before or are feeling wary due to the costs involved, it’s a good idea to look into some signs that it’s time to get the service done. Read More»

Tips For Pruning The Fruit Tree In Your Backyard

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If you recently moved into a home with a large fruit tree in the backyard, then you need to know how to properly prune it while it is dormant each winter. Without yearly pruning and care, the fruit tree will grow uncontrollably. Uncontrollable growth leads to broken branches and decreased fruit production. The good news is that you can easily learn to prune the tree and keep it growing healthy for years to come. Read More»

Pruning Trees: Why, When, And How

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Trees are gorgeous plants that not only provide oxygen, but they also offer shade, add beauty to your yard, and sometimes are reminders of memories passed (trees planted in memoriam or trees your children used for climbing). Whatever purpose or meaning your trees have for you, it’s important to take good care of your trees in order for them to grow and continue being healthy. Pruning your trees is one way to keep your trees healthy and to promote growth. Read More»