What You Need to Know about Watering Trees in Winter (Even in Colorado!) January 16, 2018
Even though trees look like they’re hibernating all winter, tree roots still grow a bit during winter!
Read on to learn if you should water newly planted trees or established trees in winter. If you live in Colorado, the rules for watering trees are a bit different since the conditions are unique!Read More
How to Plant a Live Christmas Tree with Root Ball in the Garden January 9, 2018
Recycling your tree and turning it into mulch is a great way to help your tree’s spirit live on. Or you can go a step further and plant your Christmas tree if it has a root ball!
Here are step-by-step instructions on how to plant your Christmas tree outside in the garden.Read More
My Cut Christmas Tree Is Budding and Growing...Can I Plant It? December 12, 2017
When a cut Christmas tree grows in your home, it can feel a lot like a Christmas miracle. Does that mean you can replant the tree to keep the holiday bliss going? Unfortunately, no, but there is another way you can bring your Christmas tree back to life.Read More
Best Trees to Plant on Hillsides and Slopes (Evergreen, Shade and Fruit) October 17, 2017
We can help our trees help us is by picking the right tree for the right place! Then, trees do a better job of saving us money, providing shade and even reducing noise.
To do that, you first need to do some planning. That’s why Cedar, a blog reader in Ohio asked, “Can a willow grow at all on a gentle but significant slope?”
Find out how the right tree on your hillside can thrive and prevent erosion, too!Read More