Do you have a tree in your backyard that is not looking as healthy and vibrant as it used to be? If so, it’s important to get familiar with the signs of a dying tree and understand what can be done about it. Trees are an essential part of our environment and community. Keep reading for five common signs your tree is sick-and tips on how you can take action towards saving it!
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When it comes to hiring a tree service company, you want to make sure you’re getting the best possible service. After all, your trees are an important part of your property and you want to make sure they’re being properly taken care of.
There are a lot of different factors to consider when choosing what type of tree to plant in your yard. One of the most important is how much maintenance the tree will need. If you don’t have a lot of time or patience for pruning and caring for your trees, then you’ll want to choose low-maintenance varieties. Here are five great options that will thrive with minimal care.
There are a lot of things to think about when it comes to taking care of trees – water, sunlight, and soil quality being some of the most important. If you want your trees to thrive, you need to make sure that their environment is at its best for growth. In this post, we will discuss ways that you can improve soil quality for your trees. Follow these tips and you will see a big difference in the health and vitality of your trees and shrubs on your property!
Pruning your trees, shrubs, and hedges is an important part of landscape maintenance. It helps keep them looking their best and also promotes healthy growth. But when is the best time to prune them? Let’s discuss the different times of year that you should prune your trees, shrubs, and hedges. We will also provide you with a few tips on how to properly prune them!
The best time to prune your trees, shrubs, and hedges depends on the type of plant. For most deciduous plants, the best time to prune is in late winter or early spring before new growth begins. This allows you to shape the plant how you want it and also removes any dead or damaged branches. If you prune too early in the season, you may damage new growth. For evergreen plants, the best time to prune is in late spring or early summer. This allows the plant to recover from any pruning before winter sets in. Read more
If you’re like most people, you probably think of diseases as something that affects humans and other animals. However, plants can also get sick – and trees are no exception. In this blog post, we will discuss some common signs that your tree may have a disease. Keep an eye out for these symptoms, so you can get treatment for your tree before the problem gets worse!
There is something beautiful about Christmas pine trees, especially when you see one standing next to a dreary, naked maple tree. What do pines do in winter that maples aren’t doing? Why is it that some types of trees seem to die in winter, while others stay full and fragrant? Keep reading to find out what happens to Canada’s trees in the wintertime.
An unhealthy tree might not appear to be a hazard. Once an arborist determines that a tree is in failing health or no longer living, you might have to cut it down, even if the trunk isn’t leaning or there are no hanging branches.
It’s important to note that the signs on this list aren’t guarantees that a tree must come down; if you notice one or more of them on a tree on your property, call an arborist for a professional opinion!
Trees and shrubs can be easy to care for, but you still need to give them attention to make sure they grow and thrive. Proper care includes watering, and many property owners aren’t giving their trees and shrubs the right amount of water at the right times.
In those first few weeks, watering the proper amount is essential – both over and under watering can be fatal to a new planting. How much water should your trees and shrubs get?
The Ironwood tree found in Southwestern Ontario is a small understory species that is popular for landscaping. It dependably grows with little maintenance and is a trouble-free tree in many urban settings. Throughout the year, the Ironwood tree provides food for native wildlife, and in the fall, it shows a beautiful colour.
As the name suggests, the Southwestern Ontario Ironwood has the densest, hardest wood of any native Canadian tree species!