The late dormant season in the late winter to early spring is best for pruning most trees. Check the blog when to prune your hedges and evergreens or conifers.
We’ve put together a spring color guide – a list of some plants found in Minnesota and how to spot them by appearance—particularly their flowers.
Not sure whether or not a tree on your property has a leaf disease? Ostvig Tree Care can diagnose and treat diseases, so contact us today.
Believe it or not, spring is on its way. And while it’s hard to imagine our Minnesota landscape without even a hint of snow, we need to start thinking about the things that will affect the health of our trees, such as tree pests. It is important to be aware of some of the common tree pests to understand whether or not the health of your tree could be at risk.
It is spring time again and you will now see Minnesota’s trees, shrubs and bushes blooming and adding color to what has been a dull winter landscape. We’ve put together a list of some of the breeds that can be found in Minnesota and how to spot them by appearance—particularly their flowers.
This blog is some helpful information on tree nurseries and points to keep on mind as you review your options when going to tree nursery or plant nursery to purchase some tree seedlings for planting this spring or summer.