5 Reasons to Trim Trees During Late Winter

It's often recommended that trees are pruned in late winter, which may seem like odd timing since that's when trees are dormant. There are still many good reasons to choose this season for pruning. Read on to learn more.  1. Sap Reduction Sap flows most readily in the early spring, just as new growth is bursting forth on the tree. In late winter, the tree still lies mainly dormant so there will be less sap produced from pruning cuts. [Read More]

Emerald Ash Borers: A Guide For Your Landscape Trees

Ash trees in North America are in danger of dying out completely due to the invasive emerald ash borer. The following guide can help you recognize and prevent infestations so your trees remain healthy. Damages Although adult ash borers will feed on the leaves of ash trees, this damage isn't what devastates the plants. Instead, ash trees die due to the damages caused by ash borer larvae. Ash borers lay their eggs just beneath the bark of an ash tree. [Read More]

Avoiding Problems With Your Property's Large Trees

Tree care may not be one of the most exciting aspects of owning property, but it is an important topic that should always be given high priority. When a person is looking to take better care of their trees, there are several factors that they will need to give special consideration if they are to be successful with this part of their landscaping management efforts. Understand That Trees Will Have Some Basic Care Needs To Meet [Read More]

Tips For Completely Removing A Tree From Your Yard

Do you have a tree that you want to remove from your yard that is a bit on the small side? If so, you may be able to take on this task on your own. Follow these tips for advice on how to completely remove a tree from your property Evaluate The Area Start by looking at where the tree is located and what is surrounding the tree that could be a hazard. [Read More]