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What Is A Blue Spruce Tree
Tree Identification
Do I Have a Blue Spruce Tree?
Learn how to care for Blue Spruce Trees like a professional. The key to a thriving blue spruce tree is good soil drainage. These trees can be planted in zones 2-7 and do well in cold climates. They need at least 6 hours of sun but can’t handle excessively hot or humid weather conditions.
Best Time To Fertilize Evergreens
Plant Health Care
When To Fertilize Evergreens: Should You Fertilize Evergreens In The Winter?
Slow-release fertilization is so beneficial for your evergreens. The ideal way to determine your fertilizer choice is to conduct a soil test to confirm what nutrients your soil is lacking. However, fertilizing during certain seasons can be beneficial, learn more.
Fall Color
Tree Selection Guide
Fall Foliage: Best Trees and Shrubs for Red Fall Color
Here’s a comprehensive list of the best trees and shrubs for red fall color. Included are details for optimal planting zones, sun exposure recommendations, and soil needs.
Look Out For Winter Tree Damage
Property Maintenance & Landscaping
How To Help Trees Recover From Winter Dieback
Don’t panic! Winter tree dieback does not mean your tree is a goner. Learn how to recover your trees from these common winter damages: sunscald, winter desiccation, soil damage from salt, and snow and ice damage.
How To Treat Fire Damaged Trees
Plant Health Care
How To Help Restore Trees Burned By Wildfires
Following proper tree care after a wildfire can help restore your fire-damaged trees.
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Top 10 Tree and Plant Care Apps for Your Smartphone
How Much Water Do Newly Planted Trees Need Davey Tree
Plant Health Care
How Much Water Does a Newly-Planted Tree Need?
Keep the top 12 inches of soil around the root ball moist. Generally, that means 4-10 gallons each week. Click to pinpoint what's best for your tree.
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.
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