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How To Treat Fire Damaged Trees
Plant Health Care
How To Help Restore Trees Burned By Wildfires
Following proper tree care after a wildfire can help restore your fire-damaged trees.
1501041 Oak Wilt
Leaf & Needle Problems
Why Are My Oak Tree Leaves Turning Brown?
Is my oak tree dying? Is this oak wilt? The key to diagnosing your browning oak tree is looking past the color and checking for other signs and symptoms.
How To Care For Trees In The Summer
Property Maintenance & Landscaping
Tree Care Checklist: How To Keep Trees Healthy This Summer
Proper summer tree care can ensure your trees stand strong through heat, drought, storms, and stress. From summer tree pruning to dealing with summer leaf yellowing to tree fertilization to watering, we give you tips on how to care for trees in the summer.
Drought Prone Landscape
Pick the Right Trees for Drought-Prone Landscapes
How To Plant A Tree Burlap Wrapped
Tree Planting & Transplanting
When Is The Best Time Of Year To Plant Trees? (Evergreens, Maples And Fruit Trees)
With the summer heat gone, fall is the best time to plant new trees! But is it the best time to plant all trees? Is fall still the best time to plant evergreen, pine, maple, birch, or fruit trees?
Christmas Tree Budding Or Growing Pine Cones Davey Tree
Tree Planting & Transplanting
My Cut Christmas Tree is Growing or Budding…Can I Plant It?
If a Christmas tree is inactive for long enough outside, the heat inside could prompt it to begin growing as if it’s springtime. Unfortunately replanting a Christmas tree doesn’t work. But with a ton of patience, it is possible to grow a new plant from one of the branches, learn how.
Do Deer Eat Leyland Cypress
Tree Selection Guide
Fast Growing Tree for Privacy: Leyland Cypress
A leyland cypress should be planted in hardiness zones 6-10, and the tree needs at least 6 full hours of sunlight every day. It can grow to a height of 50 to 70 feet and should be planted in fall or spring. The most important thing is to avoid planting this evergreen in the heat of summer.
Fall Armyworm
Lawn Care & Maintenance
What’s Destroying My Lawn: Fall Armyworm Damage & Control
What’s damaging my lawn? It could be armyworms! Early feeding damage looks like drought-stressed grass but can quickly progress to complete browning if there are a lot of fall armyworms present., learn more.
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