I'm in a community which will not allow a tree to be cut if it is still alive however, it was planted too close the house (not by us) so it is a danger during storms ... See more
I have an ash tree that has a large gash down it that seems to be growing. A tree service recommends that I take the tree down. Do you think it needs to be removed? T... See more
How do I help prevent or stop tuffs from my pine tree to stop falling?
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
What is the best material to use to cover them.
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 have Lichen but ever since it appeared my flowering tree is not doing well and has whole limbs that are dead. It has been in my yard for 7 years and just appeared ... See more
I have had 2 Peach trees and 2 plum trees for over 5 years. When I first got them one Peach had 2 Peach is on it, and one plum tree had about a half a dozen plums on ... See more
My nephew planted a lemon seed 3 Summers ago, and would like to know how long it takes to grow lemons, or what he can do to promote growth?The plant has been trimmed ... See more
I transplanted this Dogwood tree 4 years ago from my garden since it was growing next to the foundation into the yard lawn. It was about 2 ft tall when I moved it. We... See more
I am moving to Abilene, Texas in July and will miss my pine trees, oak trees, flower garden, flowering bushes, roses, coleus, ferns, etc.
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
Can somebody please tell me why my two palm trees are thinning at the center of the trunk. It seems that the bark is being clawed off. My gardener thought it might be... See more
the top of the trees are totally brown, but the trunk of the trees are firm and feel good, should I cut off the brown leaves or just leave it alone?
Overgrown evergreens block porch view, how to cut back and not kill them?