Watering Your Newly Planted Tress in Winter is Critical

The fall season is a great time to plant new trees on your property. This provides the tree with an extra growing season before the stress of summer heat and drought conditions become a reality. This additional time allows the tree to establish a robust route system while gradually introducing it to its new environment.…

How Using Rock Salt Can Damage Your Lawn and Landscape

For most regions across the United States, the winter season often means a break from lawn care while contending with repeated snow and ice accumulations until the arrival of spring in late March.   To protect their families, neighbors, and patrons, homeowners and businesses will often turn to rock salt products to avoid injuries caused…

Snow Accumulation on Branches Should Be Handled Safely

During the winter months, falling snow and heavy ice formations can often cause stress to the tree branches on your property.   While the fluffy white snow is a natural insulator, blanketing and protecting tree roots during extremely low temperatures, its branches are often susceptible to breakage based on their natural weight limitations.   While…

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Stacking Style

Apparently, an ongoing debate rages; is it best to stack firewood bark up or bark down? While Norwegians seem evenly split 50/50 on the topic, some say it is all semantics and still others are evaluating the psychology of a person based on which way their firewood is stacked, the direction of the bark really…

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Winter Withering-Tree Care

Winter weather extremes can be difficult for plants, wildlife and humans. Landscape plants can incur extensive damage and require appropriate care preceding, during and following an intense winter season. Damage from wildlife, browning and desiccation are the most common issues afflicting plants and trees due to winter weather. Deep snow cover in place for an…