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Unraveling the Web of Tree Care Myths

Unraveling the Web of Tree Care Myths

Trees are nature's enduring guardians, a testament to resilience and adaptability. Their majesty often leaves us in awe, but it's crucial to remember that, like all living beings, they have unique needs.  Unfortunately, misconceptions about tree care are rife, leading...

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All About Leaf Piles

All About Leaf Piles

Leaf Piles - Not Just An Eyesore, But A Potential Hazard Autumn is often described as nature's mosaic, with trees draping the landscape in a tapestry of colors. It's when many of us pause to capture photos of picturesque scenes or simply revel in the charm of fallen...

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How to Keep Your Trees Safe from Storms

How to Keep Your Trees Safe from Storms

Trees are silent witnesses to the changing seasons, and as fall approaches, they face a unique set of challenges. While autumn brings a cascade of colorful leaves, it also heralds the arrival of potent storms that can wreak havoc. Taking steps to ensure the health and...

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Is February Too Early?

Is February Too Early?

Is February Too Early to Prepare My Lawn for Spring? While February may still feel like winter to us, the plants in your lawn are eagerly awaiting and preparing for spring. Even if temperatures are cold or the weather is unpredictable, there are still things you can...

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Should You Water Your Trees In The Winter?

Should You Water Your Trees In The Winter?

One of the most common questions we get in the winter is whether homeowners should be watering their trees during the colder months. While many trees go dormant during the winter and lose all of their leaves, many important processes are happening within the tree and...

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Mistletoe is Not So Great for Your Trees

Mistletoe is Not So Great for Your Trees

Even though we have made it through the holidays, you may still notice some remnants of the season, namely in your trees. One type of holiday décor that tends to stick around for much longer than invited is Mistletoe. While Mistletoe can bring color and fun to the...

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Pruning in the Winter: How It’s Done

Pruning in the Winter: How It’s Done

Many homeowners think that pruning during the winter is unnecessary due to the slowed growth and lack of leaves found on many trees during the colder months. In reality, this is one of the best times of year to do your pruning. Without leaves, you can get a good view...

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Tips For Hiring a Snowplow Service

Tips For Hiring a Snowplow Service

Shoveling snow is something many of us have had to do at one point in our life, whether it was our driveway, sidewalk, or other outdoor space. It is a chore many come to dread after spending hours outside in the cold, shoveling scoop after scoop of snow, and slowly...

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How Trees Survive the Harsh Winter

How Trees Survive the Harsh Winter

If you live in an area where it gets especially cold during the winter, you might wonder how your trees and other outdoor plants survive. Between potentially sub-zero temperatures, constant exposure to the elements, and an inability to move to warmer locations to...

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Planning Your Outside Holiday Decorations

Planning Your Outside Holiday Decorations

Whether you’re the type to go all out or keep things minimal, planning your outdoor holiday decorations can help create a magical wonderland that highlights the natural elegance of your home and yard. You can integrate all sorts of existing elements into your décor,...

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