3 Tips For Dealing With Your Unsightly Tree Removal Waste

When there is a dead tree in your yard, it can be a hazard to you and your property. The first thing that you will do is call a tree service to have it removed. One thing that many homeowners forget is that that is often going to be left with the waste. There are many things you can do with tree removal waste, such as repurposing it as usable material. Read More 

How to Protect and Care for Your Yard’s Trees This Summer

The trees growing in your yard add shade, provide homes for wildlife, and help cool your home during the summer. Summer can be a dangerous time for your trees, as extreme heat and drought can cause stress and even kill them. Keeping your trees protected against disease is also important. Here are some tips to help you keep your trees healthy this summer. Water Your Trees During the heat of summer it is important to make sure you take care of your trees, young and old. Read More 

Tips For Growing Healthy Grass Under Pine Trees

Maintaining a beautiful lawn beneath pine trees can be challenging at best, but it's not impossible. You will want to take steps to keep the trees healthy without compromising the health of the grass. The following tips can help you do just that so both trees and lawn can remain lush and attractive. Tip #1: Rake often Pine trees shed needles year round in small amounts, although many varieties also drop a large amount of needles in fall. Read More 

Repair Options For Snow Damaged Deciduous Trees

Heavy snow can be damaging to trees, even dormant deciduous trees. If a branch is weak or the load is heavy, it may give way and break. The following guide can help you determine what to do if a branch breaks off of a dormant tree, along with providing some ongoing care advice to prevent future breakage. Consider a splint When surveying the break, determine whether the branch is worth saving. Read More 

Look For These Issues When Hanging Christmas Lights From The Trees In Your Yard

You might not spend much time looking at the trees in your front yard throughout the year, but when the Christmas season arrives, you'll be either climbing the tree or putting a ladder against it to hang some strings of Christmas lights. In addition to making your yard appear more festive, this exercise gives you a chance to notice any issues with your trees so that they can be dealt with professionally. Read More