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Best And Worst Trees To Plant Near A House
Tree Selection Guide
The Best and Worst Trees to Plant Near a House (By Zone)
Learn about the worst trees to plant near your house and what trees to avoid such as the white ash and oak because of their widespread, invasive roots.
Honey Fungus
Plant Health Care
What to Do About Mushrooms Growing at the Base of Trees
Have you noticed mushrooms growing around your tree's base or roots? It may be dangerous. Learn how to identify and manage honey fungus on your tree.
Ants On Tree
Plant Health Care
How To Get Rid Of Ants Near Your Trees
Learn how to get rid of ants on trees and plants and if ants are killing your tree. Are ants around tree roots good or bad?
Planting A Christmas Tree With Root Ball
Tree Planting & Transplanting
How to Plant a Live Christmas Tree with Root Ball in the Garden
Here is your Christmas tree planting guide with directions how to plant a Christmas tree without roots and how to plant a Christmas tree in the garden.
Best Soil For Potted Plants
Soil Care & Mulching
How to Refresh Potted Plants by Changing Soil
The goals of potting mix are to retain moisture and nutrients around the plant roots and provide enough air for growing roots. Typically, changing the soil in your potted plants should happen every 12 to 18 months. There are some exceptions that may change this timing, learn more.
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Plant Health Care
Newly Planted Shrub Care & Maintenance
Newly planted shrubs require some special maintenance and attention to ensure they grow healthy roots. Here’s how to help bushes grow so you can give your new shrub the best start possible.
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Soil Care & Mulching
Davey SoilCare®: How to Improve Soil Health with Biochar
Improve soil quality for optimal plant growth with biochar. Biochar helps conserve plant nutrients and holds water like a sponge where plant roots can access it when they need it, learn more.
Protecting Newly Planted Trees
How To Protect Newly Planted Trees From Frost
They key to protecting young or newly planted trees and shrubs from cold, winter weather elements are by shielding them from the top of the canopy down to the roots. Here are tips on the best way to protect trees/shrubs from frost, what temperature to cover plants and when to remove tree wrap.
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