When it comes to planting trees around your home, you want selections that won’t undermine the foundation or scrape the shingles on your roof. Here’s a look at the five best and worst trees to plant around your home.
Take time to make a plan. A little time spent planning your tree planting project can pay dividends in the years to come.
The most obvious benefit of a fruit tree is its fruit. But if you have never had a close encounter with a fruit tree, you might be unaware of just how prolific these amazing plants can be.
Depending on where you live in the United States, planting trees during the winter season may seem like a plausible option for you. Let’s discuss the dos and don’ts of planting trees during the winter to make sure it’s being done correctly and efficiently.
Here are our top tips for planning, choosing, and incorporating more trees into your landscape.
It’s finally the right time of year to choose a Christmas tree for your home! If you are going for a live tree for the first time, you may have some questions.
While winter is definitely a less colorful time in the outdoors, your landscaping doesn’t have to suffer just because it’s colder outside. There are actually some great options if you want to add some vibrant trees to your landscape.
For those of you in Palo Alto, California, there are quite a few options when it comes to hiring professionals for your tree care and selection. How do you make the best choice?
Here are some reasons that a certain tree may not be the best option for your landscaping, as well as some of the worst species to plant for each issue.
Patios are an excellent addition to any landscaping – why not add some trees to it as well?