Each year in September and October, we get quite a few calls from people who have concerns about an evergreen tree beginning to turn brown or yellow. Nobody wants to lose an established spruce/pine or arbrovitae that has been a cherished part of … Continue Reading ››
Browning on the needles / foliage of Spruce, Pine and Arborvitae is just beginning to show up as the snowbanks melt away. While this damage is not very nice to look at as it becomes more evident with each passing, day, it may not mean that your evergreen tree is dead.
Our weeping white spruce stands sentinel in our hillside display bed. Beyond it, the sugar maples have accepted the end of summer, and lost their luster. The beginning of their showy transformation is at hand, and the deep green of the … Continue Reading ››
Establishing a planting of evergreen trees to provide year around privacy screening that also serves as a good windbreak is quite often a high priority for homeowners. Some of the most successful and economical plantings of spruce, pine or arborvitae we have seen … Continue Reading ››