I See The Light: Protecting Your Garden And Home After Removing A Tree
27 October 2015
If you have to remove a tree in your yard because it's so diseased or damaged that it can't be saved, schedule a time to walk through your yard and the part of your home next to the yard. You need to identify all the potential ways in which removing that tree -- and thus letting more sunlight hit that part of your home and yard -- will affect your property.
3 Big Clues There's A Problem With Your Tree
26 October 2015
It's never a good feeling to realize that you might have to drastically trim a tree or even remove it entirely. The thing is, how do you know for sure that you are truly at that point? You can contact a tree expert right away, but until one arrives, there are some things that you can look at for yourself to determine whether you're facing a potential issue.
Sections of the Tree Are Bare
Drought Got You Worried About Your Trees? 3 Simple Ways To Get Them The Water They Need
23 October 2015
If you live in a region affected by drought, you're probably facing water restrictions. If that's the case, your landscaping may be suffering from the drought, as well. You might have decided to replace your grass with drought-resistant landscaping such as gravel and bark. However, how do you take care of your trees during the drought? Instead of watching your trees die from lack of water, here are three simple ways to help keep them hydrated during the drought.
Time or Money: You Can't Save Both When You Renovate Your Yard
17 August 2015
Once you have it in your head that you're going to redesign or renovate your yard, it's important to decide what kind of time and money you have to invest in each part of the project. Often, the cheap options aren't fast and the fast options aren't cheap, so be prepared to spend some of both throughout the course of your renovation. There are some specific areas you should carefully consider before making a decision, though, so you know what you'll get out of it for investing either your time or your money in the final result.