Category Archives: Landscaping

Tree Pruning

During late winter and early spring yards and gardens can often look their worst.  The grass is brown and sometimes damaged by winter stress, pets, de-icing products leaking off sidewalks, driveways and streets, snow plows, squirrels, and even foot traffic.  The tops of perennials that may have provided some winter interest are now tired and … Continue Reading ››

Sugar Maple – The King of the Shade Trees

Fall Sugar MaplesFor the October 18th Northfield News, Leif's article addressed the Sugar Maple.  This year has been about the best in recent memory for the myriad of colors that the sugar maples showed.  This picture here was taken on the St. Olaf College campus - … Continue Reading ››