Three Endangered Tree Species That May Require Removal On Your Property

Posted on: 20 March 2015

Trees can be a valuable addition to your home, and you may want to save them if possible. If some of the trees on your property are threatened species, caring for them may be something that you want to do. There are times when care of trees may not be enough. Sometimes with insects and diseases, removing an unhealthy tree may be the best solution to prevent a problem from spreading.
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Top Reasons New Homeowners Should Hire a Professional Lawn Service

Posted on: 18 March 2015

Have you recently bought a new home with a beautiful yard? Are you feeling overwhelmed at the thought of trying to maintain your new landscaping? Here are some reasons why you should consider hiring a lawn service to take care of everything for you: Trained and Certified Professionals: You could try to take care of everything yourself or hire the teenager down the block to mow your lawn and trim your hedges.
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Thinning A Tree Canopy: Benefits And Method

Posted on: 12 March 2015

Overgrown trees may look fine from the ground, but the interior is a ticking time bomb of future problems. Deciduous trees require thinning more often than most evergreens, generally every two to three years once the trees reach maturity. Understanding the benefits of thinning along with the proper method helps you make the best pruning choices for your landscape trees. Benefits of Thinning Sunlight. When the canopy of a tree becomes overgrown, sunlight can't reach the interior branches and leaves.
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Four Red Crepe Myrtle Tree Varieties For Your Yard

Posted on: 5 March 2015

Crepe myrtles are beautiful trees that are known for their colorful summer blooms. Most are small trees, though some smaller varieties are shaped more like bushes. There are hundreds of varieties of crepe myrtles, most of which have either white, pink or red flowers. If you're looking for a crepe myrtle with stunning red flowering, here are a few varieties from which you can choose. Arapahoe A tall crepe myrtle variety, the Arapahoe is ideal for the corner of your yard or garden bed.
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