Yes there have been a few crazy stories Stuff happens Lots, of stuff can go wrong
My favorite fruit tree is a pear tree, have owned one for eight years. Except for a few years with no fruit. (Bees came back) they have been great. No need to spray. Apple trees need to be kept well pruned to avoid too many all over the ground by seasons end. My favorite fruit […]
We have all have heard of the Elm disease.
When you live in a heavily treed area, every wind storm is a cause of worry. The next gust of wind could bring the cracking of a huge branch as it smashes its way to the ground. The branch can down power lines causing lots of mayhem. Then there will be the hours of waiting […]
When buying any tree or shrub for that matter and look at its growth potential. Many inexpensive trees will grow very fast and may out grow the area you had allotted to them. If you happen to see a weed tree growing in your yard remove it as in 5 or 6 years it will […]
Yes, trees need proper planting, not just digging a hole throwing it in and hopping for the best because you don’t care because have a two year warranty. Do it right with a little bit of care and attention to detailed watering and you will not need to dig it up and return it. It […]
Many people can tell you about burning the root right out of the ground. Starting a fire on top when it has dried out a bit. A smaller tree (Under 20 feet) can usually if one is patient be taken out in a few hours by digging all around the perimeter and cutting out the […]
Pinewood burns very quickly while Oak and Maple are a harder wood and burn slower. Fruit trees are a harder wood and burn slower. Spruce should be avoided, it snaps and crackles to the point it could get dangerous for your pets or children.
Japanese maple are the nicest tree for a small yard. they have such nice color and do not grow too big. Tri coloured beech as well as a copper top beech are nice in a small yard. There are a few sugar maples that will not get out of wack.
I have always been in the belief that if a tree or shrub could not survive where I planted them then the string would survive. However if you have planted a few nice new cedars, oak or Japanese trees, rhododendron shrub. or any other tree that you have spent a lot of money on and […]
Lots of issues are presumed. If your niegbours tree falls on your house who pays your insurance or theirs. If you have been after your niegbour for years about the danger of their tree to your safety. Who pays when it falls on your garage and distroyes it.