Archives for December 2020
Have you ever wondered what type of tree is on your street or in your yard? Taking a close look at the leaves, needles, and trunk can help you identify the tree. A large portion of Canadian territory is covered with trees which are an essential resource to Canada’s economy and culture. In fact, more than 53% of the country’s total land area is covered by forests. Here’s what you need to know to recognize some of the most
You’ve made the tough decision to cut down the large tree in your yard. You know that you have to hire professionals to do that job safely, but now you want to know what to do about the stump that will remain once the tree itself is removed. You have a few options. You can leave the stump where it is or remove the entire stump, along with the roots. Another possibility is stump grinding. Each one has its
If your trees look like they are dying over winter, stay calm and wait before you call a professional tree service. More likely than not, your trees are doing exactly what they should be to make it through the coldest time of year. Curious about how trees endure extreme cold, snow, and ice? The key to tree survival in winter is what goes on beneath the surface. All About Adaptability Animals have adapted to the coldest months of the
The emerald ash borer (EAB) is an invasive beetle that likely arrived in the United States and Canada via wood shipping crates from north-eastern Asia. Though it was first discovered in Michigan, this destructive species has spread throughout the U.S., Ontario and Quebec, wreaking havoc on ash trees and the surrounding ecosystem. Since the ash tree is found in a variety of landscapes, from forests to residential yards, emerald ash borer damage is seen in both woodland and urban
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