Planting And Maintaining A Black Walnut Tree

Posted on: 15 November 2018

Trees add a lot to your home. They provide shade and texture, but they also add color and improve your home's curb appeal. Some trees also produce fruits and nuts that can be enjoyed by you and wildlife. If you are interested in a tree that offers all of these benefits, the walnut tree is the right option for your landscape. With this guide, you will understand how to plant and maintain a walnut tree.
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3 Reasons Why DIY Tree Removal is a Bad Idea

Posted on: 1 October 2018

A yard with several large trees is something that many buyers actively search for when shopping for a home. Tall and lush trees provide shade and add beauty to a home. Because they grow so slowly and yield so many benefits, many homeowners let them grow indefinitely. Sometimes, having large trees can cause an unpleasant or even dangerous situation, especially if one of the trees dies, becomes damaged, or begins to impact other structures with its height, girth, roots, or branches.
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How To Remove A Tree From Your Property On A Budget

Posted on: 8 August 2018

Getting rid of a tree from your yard can quickly become an expensive task, especially if it's something you need to get done quickly due to imminent danger. However, there are multiple ways to handle taking down a tree and removing it from your property, many of which can save you money. See Who Can Do It For Free Believe it or not, there are multiple ways you might be able to get your tree cut down, and in some cases even taken away, for free.
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Beyond Storm Damage: Other Not-So-Obvious Reasons For Tree Removal

Posted on: 13 June 2018

Most people will tell you to consider removing a mature tree that has been damaged in a storm, but storm damage is not the only situation in which you may require tree removal services. Here are other reasons for tree removal: Structural Problems Some trees develop structural problems that weaken them, and weak trees should be removed before they fall unexpectedly. Examples of such structural problems include things like: Major cracks on the main trunk Hollowing out of the main trunk Clustered low branches that choke off the leader/top In some of these cases, the tree should be evaluated and saved by a tree professional, if possible.
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