I believe it’s a Palmetto palm ...the fronds/crown looks fine but the petioles and the fibrous threads have sluffed off completely leaving the trunk bare (I think I... See more
This is the 2nd Bonfire Patio Peach tree that this has happened to. Ive had 3 total and the 1st one lasted the longest - 8 yrs. The 2nd lasted 3 yrs and this one is o... See more
My front yard has 2 large palm trees that i plant flowers around but years ago my dad planted some purple weed plants from the seaside and i can't get rid of these wi... See more
Just moved into smaller home recently and there are two eighty foot trees in the backyard that need to be removed. What do I need to do to start the removal process?
I know they soften, but I am wondering about the taste.
What time of year is best, and If so How long did it take to regenerate? thanks
What kind of soil do I need for growing fruit trees
A small tree in our yard looks suddenly unwell. The leaves have these spots on them. Any one have an idea? I don’t know what type of tree it is, we live in Central ... See more
I have been told by a few people that the tree is dying (because of the spots)but now I had a group of master Gardener’s in my area come look at it and they said no... See more
Anyone know what kind of tree this is?
It happened last fall too. They fall out in clumps and get thin. Is there anything I can do?
I some small 8’ or less cedar and fir trees that were blown over in Hurricane Michael the sand here doesn’t hold roots well so a lot of small trees get bent and b... See more
I have about 20 freshly picked oranges, i dont want to make all juice. How do i keep them from rotting?
We have a red Japanese Maple that needs to be trimmed. It is almost to the ground and is spread out over some flowers planted around it. We don't know when is the b... See more
I’m not sure why this holly tree has such a long bark when others I see have more foliage at the bases. I have asked my landscaper to trim it down to look like a bu... See more
We have mainly birch trees that are dying, first the limbs go, usually top to bottom, and then the trunk. see photos Jim
Any ideas of what to do about a tree stump in my front yard woth
also are they expensive? i'm thinking of planting it in front of my house.Thanks all in advance.