Using Wood Chippers To Get More From Your Garden And Tree Waste Materials

9 December 2016
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The materials that you use in your garden and landscaping can be costly. If you like to have a well-maintained garden, but want to reduce costs, there is a solution. The waste from tree trimming and removal can be a good recourse for the materials used in gardens. You can use a wood chipper to break waste down and use it as mulch, compost, and other materials. Using the wood chippers, you will be able to do these tasks for your garden: Read More 

The Red Oak: Towering Majesty With Fewer Acorns

29 November 2016
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Oak trees are tall, majestic beauties that add a feeling of elegance to any backyard. But many homeowners don't want to deal with the messy acorns that they leave behind. If you'd love the majestic look of an oak tree in your yard but dread the idea of sweeping up acorns, consider planting a red oak. They only shed their acorns every 2 years, not annually, so you only have half the cleanup. Read More 

White Ash Tree Dying? Possible Reasons Why This Is Happening

25 August 2016
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If you have a white ash tree in your yard, and it is dying, you may be able to save it if you know what the problem is. In some cases, however, there will be nothing you can do. Below are three diseases your tree may have, as well as how to care for your ash tree. Ash-Tree Diseases There are a variety of ash-tree diseases, and some of the most common you will find include the following. Read More 

Looking For Some Privacy In Your Backyard? Grow Arborvitae Trees

16 May 2016
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Privacy is usually one of the higher priorities that people have when looking at homes to buy, but this does not mean that a home already has to have exceptional privacy. As long as the potential is there, the new homeowner can make additions later on to get the privacy that they would like to have. While most people think of installing a fence to gain privacy, another way that you can get it is by growing arborvitae trees. Read More