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Property Maintenance & Landscaping
Winter Tree Care Tips for Roots, Trunks and Branches
Follow these winter tree care tips to keep your trees roots, trunk and branches healthy and strong through the cold, winter season. It’s the care you provide before and during that makes a difference.
Tree Shoots
Lawn Care & Maintenance
How To Stop Tree Roots From Sprouting In The Lawn
Learn how to stop tree roots from sprouting in your lawn including how to prevent tree roots from sprouting and how to kill tree seedlings in your lawn.
Davey Tree Trenching Through Tree Roots
Property Maintenance & Landscaping
How to Dig Around and Trench Through Tree Roots
“How can I dig a 3-foot deep trench line near my 100-year-old oak without damaging it?” Learn how the best way to dig through (or cut through) tree roots.
Davey Tree Non Invasive Roots Near Home
Tree Selection Guide
Trees with Non-Invasive Root Systems
Plant trees with roots that don't spread! Here are trees with non-invasive root systems, shade trees with small root systems and best trees for sidewalks!
Planting Trees Near Retaining Wall Davey Tree
Tree Planting & Transplanting
Building a Retaining Wall Near Trees? Or Planting Near a Wall?
Trees and retaining walls can live in harmony. But, to do that, they've got to have their space. Start by...
Rain Stock
Plant Health Care
Can My Trees Get Too Much Rain?
Read about what happens when trees get drenched in too much water and what you can do to help them cope.
Can An Uprooted Tree Be Saved
Tree Removal
What To Do With Uprooted Trees: Replant or Remove?
Since trees take a while to grow and provide the shade, look, or privacy you crave, it’s never easy to lose one. Let’s look at the reasons for uprooted trees and what options you have to help save them.
Tree With No Leaves
Leaf & Needle Problems
Why Does My Tree Have No Leaves on Top? (Maple, Birch and Ash)
Is my tree dead if it has no leaves on top? The top of tree looks dead but the bottom is alive. Learn why your maple tree, birch tree and ash tree have no leaves on top.
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