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Tree Identification
Tree Identification: Do I Have A Ginkgo Tree?
Here are some fun facts about ginkgo trees, as well as how you can spot their unique characteristics and keep them healthy all year long.
Paperbark Maple
Tree Identification
Trees That Shed Bark During Summer
For some species, trees that shed bark in the summer is a perfectly normal occurrence in the summer months. It’s a part of that tree’s natural aging process.
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Top 10 Tree and Plant Care Apps for Your Smartphone
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Plant Health Care
Signs Of Overwatered Hydrangeas & How To Fix Them
Here are common signs of an overwatered hydrangea and how to save overwatered hydrangeas.
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.
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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Insect & Disease Issues
Verticillium Wilt Threatens Japanese Maples
Here are the first signs and symptoms of verticillium wilt on your Japanese maples and what you can do for treatment and stop it from spreading.
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Plant Health Care
Help A Newly Planted Evergreen Turning Yellow, Brown Or Dying
Is your newly planted evergreen turning yellow or brown? Learn if your newly planted evergreen is dying and how to fix it.
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