Tree Service in Freeland Can Fix Shedding Trees

2018-04-12T15:33:42-05:00April 13th, 2018|Issues, Spring|

This has been a strange "spring," if you can call it that. Temperatures have been very chilly, snow followed us into March, and plants and trees have struggled to bloom amid unusual conditions. As a result, your trees may be losing any leaves that have appeared since winter "ended." In order to figure out what's [...]

Bare Trees: Not Necessarily a Bad Sign

2017-05-25T20:59:51-05:00May 26th, 2017|Issues, Spring|

Wondering why you have bare trees? If it's getting closer and closer to summer and your trees haven't begun to grow their leaves, then you might have some concerns about their health. Read on to see if those worries are warranted... Late Spring May Bring Bare Trees "Trees may lack leaves in the middle of [...]

Pruning Requires Careful Timing

2016-05-11T15:39:52-05:00May 27th, 2016|Informative, Maintenance, Pruning, Shrubs, Spring|

When it comes to pruning, the timing of this practice depends on recent weather and, of course, on the kind of plant, shrub, or tree that you are attending to.  If you prune too early or too late, you may be dooming the greenery and keeping it from growing effectively.  Don't be responsible for harming [...]

Pear Tree Infuriates Locals

2016-04-18T19:33:46-05:00April 29th, 2016|Informative, Invasive Species, Safety, Spring, Tree Species|

The Callery, or Bradford, Pear Tree is the "official county tree" in Prince George's County in Maryland.  Pear trees can be beautiful, offering fruit and flowers, but the last decade has brought a lot of ill will toward this "local" species, which actually isn't even native to the area, but grows there in full force. [...]

Cherry Blossom Trees Spring Up

2016-03-23T18:58:26-05:00April 1st, 2016|Maintenance, Spring, Tree Species|

The cherry blossom tree is one of the most easily recognizable and is associated by many to Japan, where they originated, and to Washington D.C., where a populous festival is held every year.  In fact, the trees in D.C. were gifts in the early 1900s "from the Mayor of Tokyo to strengthen the growing friendship [...]

Insecticide May Be Needed to Engage Grubs

2016-02-17T18:17:02-05:00March 11th, 2016|Invasive Species, Issues, Maintenance, Spring|

Some of the problems you may find on your lawn or elsewhere in your yard are less than pleasant.  More than that, they can be downright gross.  In this case, a pest you might find evidence of in the spring are grubs, which may make you recoil in disgust... but, make sure that you know [...]

De-Icers Cause Damage to Springtime Plants

2016-02-04T16:11:09-05:00February 26th, 2016|Issues, Maintenance, Spring, Winter|

To avoid bodily harm after there's been a lot of snow or ice, salt is typically thrown down.  Though this certainly makes walkways less perilous, de-icers can cause damage to your greenery that you may not even know about until a while after it happens. How Can You Protect Your Greenery from De-Icers? When there [...]

Prepare for Spring with Better Lawn Care

2017-01-06T15:05:36-05:00February 19th, 2016|Maintenance, Spring|

Spring was announced by the famous groundhog earlier this month (that is, he didn't see his shadow, predicting the end of winter sooner rather than later).  What this means for the yard-conscious homeowner is that now is the time to attend to lawns to prepare for spring before it gets to be too warm.  Take [...]

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