Urban Trees Have Big Benefits

If you live in the city, you may want to think about making sure that your property has a lot of trees. There are several reasons why you want to make sure that you have as many nice healthy trees on your urban property as possible. Not only are those reasons good for you, they can help benefit your town or city, especially when they become part of the entire tree mass in your urban location. Read More 

Have A Lot Of Overgrown Trees In Your Yard? 3 Tree Trimming Tips You Should Know

If you have a lot of trees on your property that are overgrown, you should call a tree trimming company to trim them. This is especially true if any of these trees are close to your home. The tree branches can fall off when they get really heavy. If you would like to trim the trees yourself to save money, below are three tree trimming tips you should know so you can keep your trees healthy. Read More 

Important Reasons To Hire Professional Tree Pruners

Have you recently purchased a new home? Did the home come with several trees and shrubs that are looking overgrown and neglected? Now that the house is yours, you undoubtedly want to make your landscaping outside look beautiful. But while you may be itching to try to whip it back into shape yourself, here are some reasons why you should hire a tree pruning company, at least for this first spring: Read More 

Make Improvements To Your Rental Property With Low-Maintenance Trees

Owning a rental property is a great investment, especially when you are able to keep your vacancies to a minimum by working with your tenants to find a renter before they leave. While this will maximize your profits, you also have the ability to increase rent over time, naturally bringing you in more money. If you would like to invest in another method that helps you improve the property and increase its rental value, you should grow low-maintenance trees, which you can do at any time without disturbing tenants. Read More 

Treating The Cosmetic Tree Diseases Of The Tuliptree

The tuliptree gets its name from the fragrant, tulip-shaped like flowers that bloom in the spring. But the tuliptree has other distinct physical characteristics including a large, thick trunk with furrowed bark and glossy leaves that turn golden in fall. The crown of this tall tree remains domed or narrower than the base even as the tree ages. A tuliptree is a great flowering tree for larger properties or yards. Keeping the tree looking its best requires some diligence regarding potential tree diseases. Read More