Spring is the best time to prune trees in order to prepare them for the next season of bloom. Pruning during the spring, before everything is blooming, will be a proactive move as a tree owner. This first step of tree maintenance can help in maintaining the overall health and appearance of the tree, not to mention the safety of those who will under or near it.

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Experienced gardeners make a point of using mulch. On the other hand, an inexperienced gardener may feel unsure about what to select as the ideal mulching product.

How To Space Newly Planted Trees

Wednesday, 25 September 2019 by

A tree-planter’s eyes should not focus on the look created by adding some new plantings. Instead, that planter’s eyes and mind should look ahead to the future. How will the planted tree look in another 15 to 20 years? Will it look like an outsized object in a limited amount of space?

Generally, tree roots get categorized as features that stay out-of-sight, growing under the ground. Still, some roots break through the surface of the soil. Homeowners frequently feel unsure about how to deal with an exposed root.

Advice On Pruning A Topped Tree

Monday, 09 September 2019 by

Sometimes an overzealous pruner cuts off the top branches of a tree. Sometimes natural forces damage limbs, and force the elimination of those topmost branches. In either case, those actions result in creation of a topped tree. A homeowner may feel confused, regarding how to care for that strangely-shaped natural structure.

When a tree gets hit by lightning, anyone in a nearby building experiences the intensity of the bolt and the instantaneous crash of lightning. The hit tree may then bear a mark, one that testifies to the tree’s endangered position. The owner of the property where the endangered plant is rooted in the ground must decide what action is needed.

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Homeowners welcome the evidence of nature in the yards outside of their home. Trees can serve as a wonderful addition to those elements of nature. Still, the proximity of man-made objects could endanger any one of the lovely, shade-giving trees.

Uncut branches can pose a danger, if they fall to the ground or start touching power lines. On the other hand, even a well-planned tree-cutting effort exposes the participants to potential hazards.

Most people go to a barber or a hair salon, if their hair needs cutting. By the same token, if a tree’s limbs get too long, a tree-cutting operation should be planned or scheduled. Rest-assured, a tree-trimming can be part of a successful DIY effort at yard-maintenance, if it has been done properly.

No amount of skill in the landscaping of a property can do away with the presence of an unsightly stump. Indeed, even experienced tree-cutters tend to leave a stump in place after downing a once-towering tree.

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