How to Fix a Tree Planted Too Deep May 5, 2016
Make sure you didn’t make the most common tree planting mistake – one that could keep your tree from reaching its full potential.
Check that you didn’t plant your tree too deep.
Below, we’ll help you determine if you did indeed plant your new tree too deeply and how to fix the problem.Read More
The Endless Ways Planting a Tree Can Benefit You March 30, 2015
It’s officially spring—‘tis the season to plant trees! Why plant a tree this season? Well, the reasons are endless. Trees provide beauty, shade and energy savings in every setting, from homes and neighborhoods to hospitals and businesses. No matter the location—trees make life better.
Here’s why planting, transplanting and replacing damaged and diseased trees is worth your time, money and effort.
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Davey Consulting Urban Forester Facilitates Fall River, Mass., Tree Farm August 21, 2013
A tree farm occupying the space where a vacant city lot once existed in Fall River, Mass., turns heads as local residents walk by.
Within the ¾-acre lot stands nearly 320 trees waiting for their final transplant to streetscapes, parks and schools as they develop into mature, healthy specimens. Thanks to the helping hands of many local, young volunteers, the trees have the opportunity to help improve the community.
Approximately 20 children from YouthBuild, an organization comprising low-income individuals, ages 16 to 24, who work toward their GEDs or high school diplomas while building affordable housing, are involved with tree care responsibilities at the Fall River Tree Farm. They helped build the farm, dig holes for planting and spread mulch within the raised beds.Read More
For the Benefit of Planting Trees April 18, 2013
Regrowth, rebirth and renewal: Yes, spring is finally here. I see pockets of fresh, green grass expanding across my lawn. I smell lingering raindrops in the air. And I hear bees buzz, beetles click and birds chirp in my landscape.
My patio, now swept clean of winter's debris, provides me with the perfect view of my backyard. There, I settle into my favorite reclining lawn chair in a deep state of meditation, staring into the depths of the forest at the edge of the lot.
My focus shifts to the giant, seemingly ancient oak tree that stands tall slightly to the left of the area where a childhood jungle gym once stood. I imagine the tire swing that once swayed gently in the breeze from its largest branch, as well as the excitement I felt each spring when I could freely play outside and enjoy the fresh air until dusk.Read More