Raking Leaves Can Be a Big Chore

2017-10-05T15:23:00-05:00October 6th, 2017|Fall, Job Opportunity, Leaves, Maintenance|

It's the end of September, which means that, if they haven't already, leaves are going to start to fall soon. This also means big piles of red, gold, brown, orange, and yellow on your yard... assuming that you've raked them into a neat pile. It's a lot of work, though, so make sure you have [...]

Autumn Landscaping Aids Everyone Involved

2016-10-13T19:31:56-05:00November 4th, 2016|Fall|

Once you've managed to take care of your fall tree care, it's time to turn to a less urgent, but still important process. Autumn landscaping should be a consideration in your household to best present your yard and its greenery to visitors and to ensure its health and well-being as an entire unit. Have You [...]

Tree Care in Fall Requires Water and Soil

2016-09-01T20:16:19-05:00October 21st, 2016|Fall, Tree health|

It's been officially fall, or autumn, for a month. That means your trees are in the process of adjusting to the season, i.e. their leaves are changing colors and falling off gradually, depending on the species. They may also be exhibiting some signs that cause you concern, particularly if you've just come out of a [...]

Fall Pruning Can Be Done (Carefully)

2017-01-06T15:05:36-05:00October 14th, 2016|Fall, Fertilization, Pruning|

Fall pruning can be tricky but as long as you work carefully you can prune any time of the year. In fact, if you read on, you'll discover why this may be the best time of year for both pruning and fertilization in order to best prepare your yard and its greenery for the winter [...]

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