Tips On Growing Black Gum Trees

Tips On Growing Black Gum Trees

The black gum tree is a deciduous tree initially from the U.S. Black gum is a great choice to deliver vibrantly fall color to your outdoor space. Black gum trees have dark green leaves that are oval or egg-shaped, measuring at least six inches long. The autumn season...
All About The Paper Birch Tree

All About The Paper Birch Tree

Sadly, paper birch trees don’t do well in an urban area where they fight to live while enduring dryness, pollution, and heat. Though they enjoy cool temps, the limbs snap easily on blustery days, significantly when weighted with ice and snow. Regardless of these...
When To Trim Your Evergreen Bushes

When To Trim Your Evergreen Bushes

Do You Need to Prune Evergreens? You don’t need to prune any plant. Evergreens aren’t any exception. Many evergreens have a unique shape that keeps them beautiful with no pruning at all. This fact is why it’s critical to know when to trim evergreen...
Are Cicadas Harmful To Trees?

Are Cicadas Harmful To Trees?

Cicadas referred to as locusts, come up from the earth by the hundreds every 14 or 18 years. A cicada covers shrubs, trees, and other foliage, and then cast into an adult. Adult males gather together in loud groups and fly together, looking for females. Homeowners...
Tips For Pruning A Crepe Myrtle

Tips For Pruning A Crepe Myrtle

To correctly prune a tree, a fundamental understanding of the growth habits and characteristics of the tree is vital. A Crepe Myrtle differs from other plants in terms of growth. So, this plant isn’t like the others when it comes to pruning a Crepe Myrtle...
Why You Should Remove A Leaning Tree

Why You Should Remove A Leaning Tree

Sometimes a cherished tree uproots without notice. Though most often, your tree shows distress signals before it tumbles. A visible sign is a leaning tree. The question then is whether or not you should remove it from your outdoor space. Is My Leaning Tree Going to...
Japanese Beetle Control Options

Japanese Beetle Control Options

Japanese beetle destruction is easy to identify. Typically, you can catch the bugs doing any damage. The signs of Japanese beetle infestation include complete defoliation and skeletonized leaves. Also, Japanese beetles love to munch on rosebuds. The good news is you...