What To Know About Landscape Tree Shapes

Posted on: 27 January 2021

In addition to considering tree sizes, you may also want to consider each tree's natural shape when planning landscape design and care. This can help you determine the best placement and pruning schedule and technique for the tree. Here are some of the basics of tree shapes and how these shapes may affect your landscaping. Trees have several categories of shapes The shape of a tree tends to fall into one of a few different categories. [Read More]

Make Room For New Landscape Features With Tree Removal Service

Posted on: 15 January 2021

As a homeowner, you can make plans to change your property at any time. If you like what your home has to offer on the inside, but you are still looking for ways that you can improve the outside, you should hire a tree removal service in your area to make space to fit in brand-new features. Irrigation System While you may use an irrigation system to water your grass, flowers, shrubs, and trees, you may know that installing one would be difficult with a particular tree on your property. [Read More]

Tree Removal: Common Concerns And Questions

Posted on: 28 December 2020

Having a tree removed seems like a fairly straight forward process, but you may have a few questions or concerns that will need to be addressed first. What Will You Do With the Removed Wood? Most tree removal services provide removal of the resulting wood as part of the included cost or for a small dumping fee. There are other options, though. If you have a fireplace, wood-burning stove, or firepit, you can keep the wood instead. [Read More]

Deep Root Watering: A Guide For Tree Owners

Posted on: 14 December 2020

If someone told you, "Water your tree," what would you do? Chances are, you would go position a hose near the base of the tree and let water flow over the area. Some of this water would eventually make its way down to the tree's roots, but unfortunately, a lot of it would not. Most would be absorbed by the topsoil and then used by more superficial plants, like grass. [Read More]