It's time when we all start to think about getting our hands dirty in the garden. There are some things that you can start to do - other things should wait just another week or twol We can still get snow and there are going to be a few more days … Continue Reading ››
To Prune, or Not to Prune? The Perennial Question
As the weather cools, many of us are preparing for fall garden cleanup and facing some important existential questions. Chief among these questions is, of course: To prune, or not to prune?
As with most things, … Continue Reading ››
Pruning deciduous (leafy) trees is a great way to make your shade tree or ornamental flowering trees stronger and more beautiful. By removing weakly attached branches, and excess branches, we allow the more strongly attached branches to get even stronger as they benefit from more space and light.
The weakest branches are almost always those growing … Continue Reading ››
Today the sun sets an hour and ten minutes later than it did on December 16. The average high temperature for February 16 is 29 degrees and in just one month from now, the average high will be … Continue Reading ››
Trees can be a sizeable investment of hard earned dollars. One of the surest ways to protect and increase the value of your property is to prune the trees you plant every other year the first ten years … Continue Reading ››