Your trees, like all living things, need maintenance to thrive. In many cases, this maintenance can be as little as seasonal pruning or ensuring they have access to the soil-based nutrients they need to survive. Sometimes, though, it takes more than just a minor sprucing of your trees for your landscape to truly shine. On these occasions, tree shaping can be an effective tool for turning your yard from a mishmash of foliage into one that truly shines.
Sunny winter days inspire some people to brave the cold and enjoy outdoor sports. Once safely indoors again, many notice the way winter weather causes dry, cracked skin. Even though trees have special adaptations, they also experience negative effects of the cold weather and can suffer from frost cracks. Here is some information about these vertical openings formed in trees and whether they require tree removal Waterloo. What Are Frost Cracks? The word crack can refer to both an
April showers may bring May flowers, but they also bring torrential downpours and strong winds. If spring storms damage your trees, it is important to inspect them right away. A fallen or leaning tree is easy to spot, but potentially dangerous branches sometimes are hidden within the leafy canopy. Here are some tips to determine whether your trees pose a safety hazard and require tree trimming Cambridge professionals. Crown Don’t worry if a moderate number of small fallen branches
The temperatures outside may clearly indicate that we are still sitting in the middle of winter, but now that the calendar has turned over to a new year, many of us can’t help but think about the coming of spring. For a lot of homeowners, these thoughts turn to how to get the yard ready for warm weather and the days spent outside where you can actually enjoy the landscaping. As you daydream about green grass, trees, and
The emerald ash borer (EAB) is not native to North America. Originally from Asia, it was first discovered on our continent in 2002 near Detroit, MI. Now, it has overtaken trees in at least 35 states and five Canadian provinces, including Ontario. It is an invasive species with few natural predators on this side of the world, though woodpeckers do enjoy feasting on them. As such, they have caused a lot of damage to ash trees in our region
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What Is Tree Shaping And Should You Do It?
Your trees, like all living things, need maintenance to thrive. In many cases, this maintenance can be as little