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Winter Plant Pruning Tips

Winter Plant Pruning Tips

What to Cut & What to Keep

Now that it’s winter—dormant season for plants—it’s the ideal time to prune those trees and shrubs back into shape. But not all of them! Yes, there are still some that need to wait until the right season. Read on for more winter plant pruning tips and find out which plants still need to be patient. Read more

Winter Tree Care Tips

Winter Tree Care Tips

FINALLY Time to Prune!

You know all of that pruning you’ve been waiting to do all season long? It’s finally time! Winter is the dormant season for trees, meaning it’s a great time to get your tree in shape for spring (literally). Follow these winter tree care tips to make the most of the season. Read more

Using Wood from Tree Removal

5 Ways to Use Wood from Tree Removal

And What Not to Use

Cutting down a tree is not easy or cheap. However, you can turn the loss of a tree into the gain of something wonderful. Learn how using wood from tree removal can have a positive impact, under the right circumstances. Read more

Best Time for Tree Removal

The Best Time for Tree Removal

And Reasons Not to Wait

With the fall winds whipping and the leaves all gone, you may be looking at your tree branches swaying and considering your options. Sometimes the conditions will warrant extreme measures. Now you have to consider the best time for tree removal. Read more

Watering Trees in Winter

Should I Still be Watering Trees in Winter?

Yes? When? How Much?

Now that leaves are falling and plants are gearing up for the dormant season, you may be wondering if you should still be watering trees. The short answer: yes. Learn when and why a tree may need more or less water during winter. Read more

Quick Tree Pruning Timeline

The Quick Tree Pruning Timeline

A Brief Look at What to Trim When

Once the leaves have fallen completely from your tree, you may be wondering if now’s the time to start pruning. Before you pick up the pruners, take a look at this quick tree pruning timeline to make sure your plant is ready. Read more