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Why Your Tree is Not Growing Leaves in Spring (Cherry, Elm & Ash)
Why is your tree not growing leaves in spring? Including why cherry, elm and ash trees are not leafing out.
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Why Are There Yellow Leaves on Trees in Summer?
There are many reasons your leaves could be turning yellow and falling off. Run down the checklist below to help diagnose your tree.
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Tree Identification
Shrub Identification: Do I Have a Japanese Holly?
Japanese holly is a handsome broadleaf evergreen shrub. Maybe you already have a Japanese holly in your yard or you’re thinking about planting one. Here are some popular Japanese holly varieties and some care tips.
What Does An Elm Tree Look Like
Tree Selection Guide
Tree Identification Guide: How to Identify an Elm Tree
What type of tree do I have? Learn how to identify if you have a beautiful elm tree by these characteristics and common types of elm tree species.
What Does A Flowering Dogwood Look Like
Tree Identification
Do I have a Flowering Dogwood Tree?
Dogwoods are most recognized for their cross-shaped white or pink bracts. They require 4-6 hours of sun each day and can grow in a variety of climates. Learn how to properly care for flowering dogwoods and the potential threats that can harm your tree.
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Insect & Disease Issues
Round Up: Common Native Tree Pests & Diseases in the South
Here are signs and symptoms of common tree diseases and tree pests typically found in the south. They aren’t always easy to spot, but recognizing these classic visual cues can be a warning sign of an infested, sick tree.
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Property Maintenance & Landscaping
5 Smart Steps for a Winter-Ready Landscape
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5 Reasons to Prune During the Dormant Season
The dormant season temporarily slows tree growth, creating an ideal window to prune for current tree health and future tree growth.
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