Two Winter Issues That Can Affect Your Trees

Winter can be hard on trees, whether they are evergreen or deciduous. Knowing the common types of winter damage and how to prevent or treat it is one way to ensure your landscape trees survive the cold season. The following guide to two common winter issues can help you understand the different health threats your trees can face when the temperature drops. Issue #1: Sun Scald Scald primarily affects the bare trunk of an evergreen or deciduous tree, although it can also affect bare branches. [Read More]

Got A Tree Stump In Your Yard? 2 Things You Can Do With It

If you had a tree cut down a tree in your yard, you may have opted to keep the stump in place. If so, you may be wondering now what you can do with it, as it may not look very nice in your yard. In some cases, it is just better to grind it down. If you do not want to do this, then there are other things you can do with it. [Read More]

Yew Trees Really Can Be Beautiful After All

Yew trees often get a bad reputation from homeowners. They are seen as being rough, brown and sparse-looking. However, it's not really the yew trees themselves that are naturally unattractive—the way they are often pruned makes them look this way. Shearing the yew tree time and time again with electric clippers makes it look rough and ugly—but if you take the time to properly hand-prune your yew tree instead, it can be very beautiful. [Read More]

Four Tips To Help You Make Usable Lumber Out Of Your Tree Removal Debris

One of the major cost when having a tree removal done is the disposal of the waste. This is why many people try to find ways to reuse the materials for resources, such as firewood, ground cover, and usable lumber. There are many ways that you can make lumber out of the large materials, and tricks to getting it the size you want. Here are some tips to help you make usable lumber out of your tree removal waste: [Read More]