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When to Start Watering Trees in Spring
Depending on where you live, you should start watering your trees anywhere from mid-March to early May. How much should you water new trees? When is the best time to water trees? Get your tree watering tips here.
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Tree Identification
Do I Have a Norway Spruce?
Learn how to easily identify a Norway Spruce by the tree’s shape, bark, needle color, and cone. Find details on how to properly care for Norway Spruces from suitable grow zones, ideal planting spots, and common threats.
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Property Maintenance & Landscaping
Landscaping Ideas To Make Your New Home Your Own
Need help adding a personal touch to your new landscape? Keep on reading!
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Property Maintenance & Landscaping
Best Way to Deal with Stormwater: Rain Gardens
Rain gardens catch water that would have flowed into the street or flooded your yard. They naturally clean and release water into the soil. Follow these 5 easy steps on how to build your own rain garden and the best plants to use.
How To Get Rid Of Lanternflies
Insect & Disease Issues
Do Spotted Lanternflies Die In Winter?
Does cold weather kill spotted lanternfly? Yes, but only the grown-ups. The eggs survive the winter and create the whole vicious cycle all over again come springtime. Understanding the SLF life cycle is key!
Pin Oak Tree Care
Tree Identification
Do I Have a Pin Oak?
Pin oak trees are one of the fastest-growing shade trees. Here are some characteristics to help identify if you have a pin oak. Hint, the pin oak tree leaves stand out among other oaks.
What Does An Eastern Redbud Tree Look Like
Tree Identification
Tree Identification Guide: How to Identify an Eastern Redbud Tree
Native to North America, Eastern redbud tree flowers are pea-like and rosy pink with tinges of purple on many varieties. They grow 20- to 30-feet tall and 25- to 30-feet wide, giving small landscapes just the right touch of color and interest.
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Tree Selection Guide
Plants Good for Flooding and Wet Areas (By Zone)
Concerned about flood damage to your plants? Find out which trees and shrubs like wet soil. Then, identify the best plants for wet areas in your zone (garden zones 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10).
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