Tree Care

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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March Northeast Gardening Tips

March Gardening Tips for the Northeast

Are you ready for spring?

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.

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March Gardening Tips for the Midwest / Mountain Region

March gardening tips

Looking to get out into the garden this month?

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.

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How to Keep Your Trees Alive No Matter the Soil

Rootwell aeration tubes

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.

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