Tree wraps are an essential tool in mitigating winter damage to your trees. They help prevent:
Critter damage- deer, mice, and rabbits looking for food over long, harsh winters can wreak havoc by chewing/rubbing bark and destroying the vascular systems of young trees. Fruit and crabapple trees are especially tasty treats, so be … Continue Reading ››
The hustle and bustle of spring and summer might have passed for us, but our buzzing and fluttering friends are still busy at work collecting food for their winter survival and migration. Now is a great time to assess what your landscape has to offer as far as late-season food for our beloved … Continue Reading ››
Late September and the month of October are excellent times to add vibrant colors to any landscape. Trees and shrubs at local nurseries will be sequentially coming into their peak fall color over the next few weeks. Each variety has its own timetable for showing … Continue Reading ››
Blazing hot summer temps have subsided and that means it’s a great time to get trees and shrubs in the ground. Need some fall color? Plant a vibrant maple. Interested in feeding the birds? Consider a Showy Mountain Ash or winterberry. Our … Continue Reading ››
It’s getting cooler outside, and that means it’s time to get your bulbs in the ground! What’s not to love about a bulb garden? Cheerful green shoots beckon spring and handsome flowers awaken our senses after a frigid winter.