It’s doubtful that anyone would be surprised to know that deciduous (leafy) and coniferous trees react differently from each other during the cold winter months. One can easily identify that by appearance. But can you identify how trees prepare themselves, and how we might help them prepare, for the dropping temperatures?
The rules of tree work are in no specific order; the basics are vital for the health and livelihood of your trees. However, there are common misconceptions with some of these tasks including watering. It’s important to understand what these common errors are and why they should be avoided when caring for your landscape.
When you think fall season tree care, what typically comes to mind is one thing—raking. But your lawn and tree work should involve much more than that.
For our forestry to truly flourish, the entire community needs to understand the importance of tree care and the benefits of urban forestry.
We’ve experienced a lot of heat over the past few weeks in Minnesota—and so have our trees. If your trees have sufficient mulching around the base, they may be healthier than those without. That is one reason why adding mulching to your tree landscaping routine is essential. Not sure where to start? We’ve put together an overview of the benefits and tips for successful mulching.
Planting trees that are ornamental and unusual make lovely additions to the yards and gardens of those looking for variety. These trees produce beautiful, vibrant colors throughout spring, summer, fall and often even winter.