What To Ask Before You Hire A Professional To Remove Your Tree Stumps

Posted on: 5 November 2015

When you're a homeowner that's looking to have your stumps professionally removed, you may be getting the safest, surest, and most economical deal on the job, as DIY stump removal can be a difficult task for any novice. Professional stump removal is a great way to tackle the eyesores and trip hazards of your yard, and it can often be completed in a manner of hours, or days for really big jobs.
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Fungal Tree Diseases: Symptoms To Recognize

Posted on: 4 November 2015

Tree diseases can be a serious threat to your landscape plants. Trees are generally caused by viral, bacterial, or fungal vectors. In this article, learn some common signs of fungal infections and what you can do to prevent the disease from spreading to you healthy trees. Symptom #1: Galls These look like growths, typically on the trunks or branches when caused by fungus. Galls on leaves are usually harmless and caused by an insect laying eggs.
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3 Potential Tree Disease That Target Cherry Trees

Posted on: 3 November 2015

Cherry refers to a genus of hundreds of types of trees that all share a fondness for cooler climates. They feature shiny dark bark with large horizontal slits that allow for the natural ventilation of the tree's wood. The ornamental leaves make cherry trees a prime decorative tree. Keep your cherry tree looking beautiful by learning some of the common tree diseases that target cherry trees – and what you or a tree services company can to prevent further damage.
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A Guide To Pruning Weeping Willow Trees

Posted on: 27 October 2015

Weeping willow trees are known for their long, exotic tendrils that dance in the breeze and provide a canopy of shade in the summer. In order to keep these trees looking beautiful, it is essential that you give them the proper care. Willows are fairly low-maintenance, but regular pruning is recommended. Here's a look at why pruning is so important, and how to go about it in both younger and established trees.
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