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 cut three large willows down but didn’t have the trunks removed. They keep sprouting. How can I kill the trunks?
I know they soften, but I am wondering about the taste.
Whens the best time to cut my pyramid cedars front steps? They r blocking my front window view, I'd like to cut them down a bit. They r roughly 14 ft high. Can I cut ... See more
What tree types besides Live Oak and Cedar can live in 100 degrees + weather?
I have several slices of tree slabs that have split in half,, how do I fix them so that I can preserve them????
It's about 2 ft high and no branching,it's got nice large leaves
7 year old Japanese maple tree that appears to be healthy but the top is dead.
It happened last fall too. They fall out in clumps and get thin. Is there anything I can do?
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
Do trees need a deep watering before winter?
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
Is there any places in New Hampshire where they have free trees. That they plant for you.
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 have a Privet tree with two different leaves on the same trunk.Can anyone enlighten me on what this means ?
Does anyone know what is happening to my trees? All the damage is on the south facing side. I live in Canada.
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