Tree Pruning For Beginners – June 2019: Part 1

The objective of pruning is to produce strong, healthy, attractive plants. By understanding how, when and why to prune, and by following a few simple principles, this objective can be achieved. Reasons For Pruning The main reasons for pruning ornamental and shade trees include safety, health, and aesthetics. In addition, pruning can be used to stimulate fruit production and increase the value of...
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April 2019 – Tree & Shrub Care – Ash Trees

Taking care of your ash trees and shrubs is just a part of having trees and shrubs on your property. You will have to be mindful of various kinds of insects, fungus, weather damage, and of course, just the normal wear and tear a tree will go through. The Ash tree is a distant cousin of the olive tree. More than 65 species of the ash tree family can be found in North America. Here in the...
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April 2019 – Cherry Tree & Chestnut Trees

Taking care of of your cedar trees and shrubs is just a part of having trees and shrubs on your property. You will have to be mindful of various kinds of insects, fungus, weather damage, and of course, just the normal wear and tear a tree will go through. Cherry Trees Cherry trees make beautiful specimen plants. They are generally short-lived to about 20 years because they are prone to a variety...
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April 2019 – Oriental Arborvitae & Northern White Cedar Trees

Taking care of your cedar trees and shrubs is just a part of having trees and shrubs on your property. You will have to be mindful of various kinds of insects, fungus, weather damage, and of course, just the normal wear and tear a tree will go through. The Northern White Cedar is a very adaptable landscape plant with fragrant foliage. The leaves are glossy and green, covering the trunk from the...
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April 2019 – Tree & Shrub Care – Deodar & Easter Red Cedar Trees

Taking care of your cedar trees and shrubs is just a part of having trees and shrubs on your property. You will have to be mindful of various kinds of insects, fungus, weather damage, and of course, just the normal wear and tear a tree will go through. Normally from the Himalayas, the Deodar Cedar is a dense, and soft-textured pyramidal tree with slightly tiered branches. The leader tends to be...
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