Ways to Tell That Pruning Is Critical For the Health of Your Tree

Posted on: 27 December 2017

Some people who have recently moved into a property with trees may be under the impression that pruning is only a service the wealthy opt for to ensure that their trees have a uniform appearance. And although pruning can provide a decorative touch to your trees, it actually functions to promote the health of your tree, too! Read this article to learn the various ways that tree pruning could be beneficial for the health and wellness of your trees if you have been neglecting to prune your trees under the assumption that it is an aesthetic service.
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Land Clearing: A Guide

Posted on: 20 October 2017

If you have just purchased a new piece of property which contains land that is covered in trees and vegetation, you may be thinking about the best way to clear this land. Clearing land can provide you with space to extend your garden or patio or even to install a swimming pool. Below is a step-by-step guide to clearing land. 1) Carry out an assessment Before you do anything, you should carry out an assessment of the area you wish to clear.
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Why trees with co-dominant trunks are an accident waiting to happen

Posted on: 27 June 2017

A mature tree with co-dominant leads or twin trunks might appear awe inspiring in the height of summer when it is in full bloom, but these trees can be deceptively weak. They do look impressive, but in this case, looks can be deceiving. While they might appear to be towering behemoths that could withstand all Mother Nature might throw at them, the truth is quite often the opposite. If you have a tree with co-dominant trunks or leaders in your yard, you should assess the risks to you and your home before the next storm season.
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Fast Growing Trees to Transform Your Garden in No Time

Posted on: 23 June 2017

Trees can be the crowning jewels in a well-cared-for outdoor space, adding height and colours and, of course, providing a bit of natural shade that's often much appreciated in the summer months. One downside to having trees, is that they usually take an awfully long time to grow to any height. That can be a big frustration if you're planting new trees to transform your garden, or worse still, if you've had to have a beloved old tree removed by a tree service due to damage or disease, and you want to replace it as soon as possible.
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