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Why You Should Fertilize Flowering Trees?
Fertilizing flowering trees can enhance your landscape aesthetics. By using a slow-release fertilizer it encourages blooms while increasing healthy growth. Fertilization strengthens trees by promoting a healthy root system, learn more.
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Tree Selection Guide
Best Small Flowering Trees for Your Landscape
Here are some of the best small flowering trees that require little maintenance and give your landscape a pop of color. You will also learn which ones you should stay away from, and how to properly care for your trees during spring.
When Do Pine Trees Drip Sap Davey Tree
Plant Health Care
What Time of Year Do Pine Trees Drip Sap (and Can I Stop It?)
What time of year do pine trees drip sap, and how much pine sap is excessive? If it's golden brown, no need to stop tree sap from running or sapping. That's normal in spring. But if you see your pine tree oozing white sap (or a white substance on pine trees), there's a problem. Click here for more.
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Plant Health Care
What Is the Best Fertilizer for Palm Trees – and When to Fertilize
What kind of fertilizer do you use on a palm tree? A slow-release fertilizer made for palm trees is best. Homemade palm fertilizers don't provide enough nutrients, but you can fertilize with Epsom salts if they have lack magnesium. Also, learn when to fertilize palms, even in Florida.
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Leaf & Needle Problems
Why Are Trees Losing Leaves In August Or Early Fall?
A reader asked why her oak tree was losing all its leaves summer. If your tree is losing leaves in early summer (June) or late summer (August), find out why. We outline why oak, maple and ash trees lose leaves in summer. Or if you're seeing tree leaves lose leaves early in the fall, click here!
Does Tapping Damage Maple Trees Davey Tree
Property Maintenance & Landscaping
Tapping Doesn’t Seriously Damage Maple Trees (But Don't Plug Holes)
Tapping doesn't seriously damage maple trees - if you do it right! First, learn if your maple tree is big enough to tap (and if so many taps you can make per maple tree). Then, at the end of the season, you shouldn't be plugging maple tap holes. Trees will grow over that tiny hole in no time!
Winterizing Cedar Trees
Property Maintenance & Landscaping
How To Protect Cedar Trees In Winter
Get all details here! How to best care for your cedar tree during cold, winter months with these tips on watering (how much and how often), when to wrap and unwrap cedar trees, and how to tell if your cedar tree is dying.
What Trees To Add To Increase Property Value Davey Tree
Tree Planting & Transplanting
What Trees to Add (Or Cut Down) To Increase Property Value
Trees do affect property value. The best trees to increase property value are hardy, disease-resistant trees, like oak or maple. Trees such as fruit and palm are nice but do not add extra value to your home or property. Cutting down trees increases property value if your tree poses a risk.
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