Would you like to head out into your garden today?
Spring officially started last week, however, many of us Northeasterners still feel like its winter. Many areas still have a blanket of snow covering yards and flower beds.
March is the month where it is finally time to head out into the garden and yard. With so much to do outside, it can be difficult to know where to start. We have put the following March gardening tips to help you on your way.
Would you like to know where to get started in your yard this spring?
Warmer temperatures are right around the corner and spring is only a few days away. If you haven’t started planning your spring gardening agenda, now is the time. Today, we would like to share with you some great tips on what to do in your yard this month.
Do you find that year after year your newly planted trees are dying?
How much money have you spent simply purchasing trees that don’t make it through the winter?
Can you relate with the questions above? You might blame yourself when a tree doesn’t make it or maybe the nursery simply gave you a bad tree or maybe the weather is the reason. My guess is that if you are having trouble keeping your trees alive year after year than it is most likely the soil in your yard.
Did your favorite blog article make last year’s top 10 list?
Happy New Year everyone! Can you believe that 2014 is already here? With another year of publishing blog articles under our belts, we wanted to reflect on the top 10 gardening tips and tree care tips articles for in 2013.
Are you spending more money replanting your trees every few years because they continue to die on you?
With tomorrow being Thanksgiving, we couldn’t help ourselves taking the time to give thanks. This is such a great time of year because instead of being too busy, we celebrate the good things in life. One of the reasons why we here at Rootwell Products Inc. are so thankful is our aeration tube, the Rootwell Pro318.
Are you having trouble harvesting fruit from your trees?
Today, we are looking at 4 easy ways to harvest fruit from your fruit trees. Fruit can often weigh down the limbs on fruit trees. With winter coming, it is best to harvest that fruit to give your trees their best chance of survival over the winter.
Did you plant trees this year and have they already died?
The truth is that soil makes a difference when it comes to planting trees. Great soils can make growing anything easy. Poor soil like sandy soil can make growing anything extremely difficult. That is what my neighbor is now learning.
Last week we invited some of our neighbors over for a barbecue. It was there I learned that one of my neighbors was having a really difficult time keeping his trees alive.
Are you nervous about your trees making it through the winter?
Welcome back to Beginner Gardner Wednesday. Beginner Gardener Wednesday is our weekly series where we sharing gardening tips tailored to our greenest thumbs. Today, we are sharing about how to get your tree ready for winter the easy way.
Lately, we’ve been talking a lot about how fall is the best time to plant trees. The rain showers along with the colder weather make up a perfect mix to grow trees. Planting trees can be very expensive and the last thing anyone wants to do is replant next fall.
Are you looking for a small tree that offers beautiful fall colors?
We all know that fall is the perfect time to plant trees and shrubs. Planting in the fall verses the spring allows for your trees to soak up all the wonderful fall rain while establishing roots. Today, we are looking at a classic fall tree, the American hornbeam and how to plant it.
The Perfect Fall Tree
The American hornbeam tree is a perfect fall tree as the leaves offer colors of yellow, red, and orange. In addition, the American hornbeam is native to North America. Even with this tree being native to this area, transferring a tree from the nursery is a traumatic event.