Salt Tolerant Evergreen Trees (By Zone and Region) February 14, 2017
Noticed yellow, pale or brown needles on your evergreens in winter? Winter salt may be the issue because it drys plants out.
Select salt-tolerant evergreens to avoid the problem next year.Read More
What to Do When Evergreen Trees Are Dying from Top Down January 17, 2017
If you were admiring your evergreen and noticed brown, dead needles at the top, something is probably wrong.
Read on to find out why your pine or spruce is browning and what you can do to save it.Read More
3 Reasons Evergreens Turn Brown in Winter and How to Fix December 15, 2016
When plagued by harsh weather or infestation, evergreens can become brown in winter.
Read on to learn why this is happening to your evergreen tree and how to solve the problem.Read More
True Blue December 1, 2011
As families recover from consuming heaping dishes of traditional delights during Thanksgiving weekend, they can crank up the holiday tunes, dive into boxes of decorations in reds, greens and golds, and begin thinking about another seasonal holiday that will be here before they know it. That's right, I'm talking about Christmas.
Within the coming weeks, you'll notice evergreen trees more clearly, scattered among their deciduous friends in your landscape. Their colors, blends of blues and greens, will dominate your visual attention over the bare, brown branches and blankets of white snow.
You'll also see evergreens appear in your neighbors' large front windows, dazzling those who walk by as sparkling crystal ornaments reflect tiny bulbs in bright, bold colors.Read More