With the winter looming around, you should have your gardening tools ready to ensure that your house is met with a lush green lawn in the coming spring.
If you want to plant a new tree, you might think that all you have to do is grab your shovel and start digging. It is definitely not true…
Everyone has had this experience at some point: it’s time to get the yard work done, so you give the pull cord on your trusty mower a yank and… nothing.
As Hurricane Florence and Hurricane Irma showed us all too well, a powerful tropical storm is one of the most destructive forces of nature one can experience.
Nothing says natural beauty like a house with healthy trees and lawn, which is easily achieved when you fertilize your lawn.
A healthy tree will have plump fruit, full canopy and sturdy bark. But what do you do when it seems like the bark is frail and falling off?
Most people walk their dog, prepare their lunch and make their bed as part of their morning schedule. But what about watering your trees?
Water is the substance that helps our trees survive. Over 50% of a tree’s weight comes from water. Like humans, trees need water for hydration and proper function.
There are some ants that actually benefit tree health when they are around them, but there are some that cause more harm than good to our trees.
People that have yards will need to mow them at some point. There’s just no getting around it.