Tree Care

3 Ways to Protect Your Trees From Harsh Winters

3 Ways to Protect Your Trees From Harsh Winters

The temperatures in Michigan this week have been freezing. Monday brought single degree temperatures, and Wednesday hit us with a negative degree wind chill factor. Winter is here and making itself known across the country.

With that in mind, we wanted to share an article that provides tips for protecting your trees from harsh winters. Trees, especially newly planted ones, need to be cared for even when there is a negative degree wind chill factor.

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How to Keep Your Cut Christmas Tree Fresh

How to Keep Your Cut Christmas Tree Fresh

Does your Christmas tree look a little dried out?

How often should you water your cut Christmas tree?

If your cut Christmas tree is looking a little dried out or you just want to make sure everything is perfect for Christmas morning and through the New Year, you will want to make sure it has the best chance of staying as fresh as possible. Here are tips on keeping your cut tree fresh:

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What You Need To Know to Choose the Perfect Christmas Tree

What You Need To Know to Choose the Perfect Christmas Tree

Wondering what to look for when picking out a tree at the farm?

Not sure how to keep your Christmas tree looking healthy all season long?

If you are planning on a live Christmas tree this year then this article is for you. Today, we are covering how to pick out Christmas trees, caring for Christmas trees and lastly, getting rid of Christmas trees. You will even find a bonus tip at the end of the article.

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5 Tips on Planting Ginkgo Trees

5 Tips on Planting Gingko Trees

Are you looking to add a little fall color to your landscape?

As autumn season begins to bloom, you might notice a beautifully colored yellow gingko tree also putting on a show. These trees are believed to be the oldest living species of tree on earth. They can live up to 1,000 years and grow 120 feet tall.

If you are looking to add a pop of fall color to your landscape with an unusual tree, the gingko tree is perfect for you. Today, we are sharing 5 tips about growing this sacred tree.

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4 Trees to Plant to Celebrate Earth Day

Earth Day

Are you planning on giving back this year by planting a tree?

Not sure which tree to plant?

Earth Day is April 22, and it is a great reminder for all of us to reduce our carbon footprints by planting a tree. First celebrated in 1970, Earth Day is now a global event that is celebrated in more than 192 countries each year.

To celebrate Earth Day, we wanted to share with you 4 trees that you might like to plant and some tips on how to grow them.

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How to Keep Trees Alive Even In a Drought

How to Keep Trees Alive

Have you lost trees because of the harsh summers?

Already the temperatures are rising and the warmer weather is on its way. Even in southeast Michigan, lawns are turning green again and the ground has thawed.

This is the time of year that many people start to plant new trees or take stock of the trees that didn’t make it through the winter. If you are planning to plant a tree in honor of Earth Day and want to see that tree survive any type of weather even a drought, this article is for you.

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April Gardening Tips for the Pacific Northwest

April Gardening Tips

Are you unsure where to get started in your backyard?

Are you ready to take on the garden?

The days are growing longer and the grass is looking greener. Both are signs that it is time to get dirt under our fingernails as we work the ground outside.

Whether you are looking for what to do for your landscape or wondering if you can start planting vegetables, this list has some fantastic gardening tips for our Pacific Northwestern neighbors.

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