I have a five foot tall pomengranate tree I need to move into the sun and a ten year old wisteria on a metal broken arch that also needs to move to sun, both under hu... See more
The lilac tree is about 25 years old, and is totally overgrown. We just bought the home, and we'd like to bring it back to health.
I have an Apple tree that grows little trees from its roots. Im so tired of cutting them down all summer long, every summer. I can’t make it pretty because the Lil ... See more
Bought 1 last week out of intrigue, it stands 4' tall right now and is held up by a wooden pole in a pot. Will it continue to grow as a tree or is this a marketing te... See more
I recently bought a house. About 6 years ago a previous owner piled dirt around the trunk of a 250 year old Douglas Fir tree. The dirt covered 1 & half feet more of t... See more
What type of tree is good for a small backyard? It must have non-invasive roots, and be able to endure full sun. Preferably, something that blooms. I live in zone 9. ... See more
Anyone know what kind of tree this is?
Do you leave the hard pit intact or do you take the seed out ?
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 would like to know if I can grow a fruit bearing peach tree from a peach pit. Can I do it if I use the almond looking seed that is in the middle of the hard pit?
Howdy! What kind of soil and light do I need?? I wish to plant them on a slight slope near a pond. Like maybe 15 yards from the bank ?? FYI the word howdy comes from ... See more
I live in Northeastern NY My tree is well over 6ft tall and has over 60 figs but they are not ripening, It has full sun all day.
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
Is there any places in New Hampshire where they have free trees. That they plant for you.
I would love to attack this myself but at age 78, I think I’m about 2 yrs too late. Can’t afford a liceneed arborist. So what‘s a reasonable rate range I should... See more
lot, just inside my chain link fence. There are large exposed roots, it is almost always damp in that corner...it is about 20 ft from my leach field. My former neighb... See more
My Japanese maple tree is 3-4 yrs old. This year only the bottom half of the tree got leaves. I live in the Chicago suburbs. Wondering is this a sign of tree dying... See more
Any ideas of what to do about a tree stump in my front yard woth