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Tree Identification
Do I Have a River Birch Tree?
Here’s a guide on how to identify a River Birch Tree by its leaf shape and bark characteristics. You will also gain insight on how to properly care for River Birch Trees for optimal growth and longevity.
What Does White Pine Look Like
Tree Identification
Do I Have A White Pine?
Learn how to identify a white pine like an expert! Detailed is an easy-to-follow guide on the unique characteristics of white pines: needles, cone shape, and tree bark. Once you identified your white pine, it’s time to properly care for it and proactively mitigate potential threats.
Norway Spruce Tree
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.
Certified Arborist
Plant Health Care
Top 5 Most Common Tree Problems and Solutions
What's wrong with your tree? Here are the 5 top most common tree problems and solutions.
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Tree Removal
Does Homeowners Insurance Cover Tree Removal After Storms?
Does homeowners insurance cover tree removal or loss after storms? Learn if you'd have to pay out of pocket costs if your home suffers tree damage.
Winterberry Holly
Tree Identification
Do I Have a Winterberry Holly?
Learn how to identify a Winterberry Holly by its leaf, fruit, and bark. Winterberry Holly can grow in zones 3-9 and prefers acidic soil. The shrub needs at least 4 and up to 6 hours of uninterrupted sunlight per day and blooms in late spring.
Jap Beetle
Lawn Care & Maintenance
Have Japanese Beetles? Check & Control Lawn Grubs Now!
See Japanese beetles? Learn when to control and treat for grubs. In the Japanese beetle life cycle, they lay grubs. Look for symptoms of grubs now to prevent damage.
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Leaf & Needle Problems
Why Are My Shrubs Turning Brown And Dying?
A once healthy shrub that’s now dull, dry and brown is likely in trouble. If your shrubs switched up on you, keep reading to find out how to step in and save them.
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