Coastal Redwood Tree Care and Maintenance

The coastal redwood tree (also called “sequoia”) is named after the son of a British merchant and a Cherokee woman named Sequoyah. It’s also California’s state tree.   These beautiful, awe-inspiring giants typically grow 100 feet tall when fully matured, and some have been known to grow as high as 300 feet tall in natural forests. …

What Is Lawn Aeration and Is It Necessary for My Lawn?

The first day of spring is Sunday, March 20, 2022, and as the day draws near, questions about properly preparing your lawn for the start of the growing season begin to increase. One question which continually generates confusion (and skeptics) is whether or not to aerate your lawn come the spring. What’s important to remember…

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Low Maintenance Tress That Are Perfect for Homeowners

The pandemic has resulted in more and more homeowners appreciating their landscapes and evaluating how they can better their spaces while helping out Mother Nature in the process. Homeowners are doing just that by planting more trees on their properties. But planting more trees is not as easy as running out to your local garden…

Cypress Tree Care and Maintenance for Optimal Growth

Cypress trees are a beautiful addition to any landscape. While some gardeners tend to steer away from planting such species on their properties, proper cypress tree care and maintenance will guarantee a beautiful, healthy tree for many years to come. While their native environment often requires a wet environment, which is why many believe cypress…

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Squirrels Damaging Your Trees This Year?

While many homeowners consider squirrels adorable woodland creatures who are entertaining to watch and cause little damage to trees, think again. Believe it or not, squirrels eat tree bark and that can be damaging to the trees on your property. Squirrels are notorious for their voracious habit of chewing on things, and tree bark is…

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This beautiful tree hides a devilish nature

The old adage that you can’t judge a book by its cover seems incredibly appropriate when discussing Ailanthus altissima – a tree native to China and first introduced to the United States some 240 years ago. To the untrained eye, the tree is pure beauty with delicate green leaves in the shape of a quill, bark…