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
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
I just bought a house and there are palm trees in the backyard. It is my first time owning palm trees and I love them but I am scared about taking care of them. This ... See more
I live near Nashville, TN & have four 5-6 y.o. arborvitaes, 6-9 ft tall. Recently, I've noticed the interior foliage on my trees has turned brown & died. The exterior... See more
I have a gnarly old tree stump that has continued to grow from the trunk. My question is how do I stop it from sprouting all the way up the trunk. I break them off r... See more
It’s over 10 years old and has never given any fruit.
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
It's about 2 ft high and no branching,it's got nice large leaves
Anyone know what kind of tree this is?
Last year I bought a small lime tree. It lost its leaves in the winter, but came back beautifully this spring. Although I got about 5 limes off it last summer, none a... 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?
I live in west texas and have grown a lime in a pot and taken it indoors each year but it is so big and heavy that I am considering transplanting it in the spot it si... See more
How has this happened? It is sprouting a yellow shoot it has only done it this time after we pruned it.
Is there any places in New Hampshire where they have free trees. That they plant for you.
I am moving to Abilene, Texas in July and will miss my pine trees, oak trees, flower garden, flowering bushes, roses, coleus, ferns, etc.
I love my garden and outdoor art such as wind chimes, rain chains, etc. My tree in the front lawn came down during Irma and now I have nothing to hang things from. L... 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
She diggs underneath the tree tunk to lay in the hole. I have put rocks, mulch and even left the branch cover space so she couldn't fit Underneath. Anyone put a fence... See more
Our neighbors who built beside of us are up the hill and therefore their house is very high and can look down on us about 50 to 60 feet above us. We have no privacy i... See more