Archives for March 2019
Emerald ash borer (EAB) is a nasty little metallic blue-green bug, native to Asia, that attacks both healthy and stressed ash trees and has killed millions of these trees in southwestern Ontario and the Great Lakes States and poses a major economic threat to urban and forested areas in North America. The larvae of the EAB tunnels through the vascular system of the ash tree and cuts off the trees supply of water, nutrients, and sugar. This pesky invader was
If you love your garden and have invested a lot of time into making it beautiful, you certainly don’t want it ruined by unsightly stumps. So how do you remove that ugly stump and make your garden attractive and functional? The first thing you need to know is that stump removal is not a quick and easy DIY task that you should attempt alone, stump grinding is a job for the professionals. Why remove tree stumps from your garden?
There are many reasons to prune trees, like shape maintenance, removal of diseased branches, increased production and better flowering, and the timing really depends on the desired outcome. If your goal is to have a healthy, well-structured plant that looks great, flowers beautifully and lives a long, productive life, then the best time to prune and do general plant maintenance is during the late winter months when the plant is dormant. Why should you prune dormant trees? It is easier
You have your trees in your garden and your neighbour has their trees in their garden, but what about the trees that grow on your boundary, who do they belong to? Trees with trunks that grow across the property line are known as boundary trees and these are considered common or co-owned property. And if an issue arises and tree removal is necessary, who is responsible? Unfortunately, boundary trees can lead to disputes between neighbours, especially if one neighbour wants
Steve Martin President- Arborist I have a profound interest in trees and their natural beauty. I grew up on
What is the Most Common Tree in Canada?
Have you ever wondered what type of tree is on your street or in your yard? Taking a close