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Root Crown Excavatoin 2
Soil Care & Mulching
Removing Tree Roots Above Ground: Will It Harm Or Kill The Tree?
Winter is coming, and it’s the best time to safely prune the roots of your tree. Learn how above ground roots can be cut without hurting your tree
Poison Ivy Sign
Property Maintenance & Landscaping
How to Get Rid of Poison Ivy on Your Property
A poison ivy plant can crowd out the plants that you want there. They take over the area and steal valuable water and nutrients from other the plants.
Benefits Of Hiring Certified Arborist
The Risk of Using an Uninsured and Unlicensed Arborist
Hiring an uninsured and unlicensed arborist for tree care services come with many risks and dangers to your tree and property. Tree work is a job for trained, certified arborist. Here are the warning signs of a dangerous arborist and why you should hire a certified and licensed tree care company.
Perennial Pruning Guide
Property Maintenance & Landscaping
Perennial Plant Care: What You Need to Know About Cutting Back Perennials
All perennials need to be cut back for healthy growth. Depending on the type of plant some should be cut back in late fall or early winter, while others in spring. Learn how to properly cut back your perennials and which perennials need back in fall or spring.
What Does Thrip Damage Look Like
Insect & Disease Issues
How to Get Rid of Thrips: Control & Prevention
Learning how to prevent thrips begins with keeping plants moist since thrips are usually drawn to those that are too dry. Early detection and a practice called integrated pest management are also important here, learn more.
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.
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.
Bees
Creating a Pollinator Garden (Steps and a Pollinator Plant List)
Interested in creating a pollinator garden? Learn how to make a pollinator garden to celebrate pollinator week 2017! Plus, we've got a pollinator garden plant list!
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