Welcome to my blog. My name is Sarah, and right now, I can see my favourite tree from my window. A few years ago, it was ailing, but I learned everything I could about tree health and nurtured her back to abundance. In this blog, I plan to write all about tree care, from the basics you can do on your own to knowing when to call a professional. My love of trees grew out of my love for gardening and landscaping, and I may write about those topics as well. I hope that you like my blog and that it inspires you. Thanks for reading!
21 February 2018
There are certain times of the year which lend themselves perfectly to getting new plants into your garden, and autumn is one of these. Even if you have only had your new home for a few months, you should get natives planted now so they are looking strong and drought-hardy before next summer arrives. These tips will help give your native trees the best chance at thriving in your back garden.
27 February 2017
If you planning to have a tree removed from your property, it is important that you consider what you will do with the tree waste which is left behind. While the tree service which carries out the work will be happy to take the waste with them, this isn't your only option. Below is a guide to 4 other uses for tree waste. Mulching Mulch is a key component of any garden as it helps to create a cover for your planting beds and prevents moisture from escaping via the process of evaporation.
23 February 2017
Proper maintenance of landscape trees is essential for the general aesthetics and safety of your property. One of the crucial practices that you should uphold as part of your tree maintenance schedule is inspection. Regular evaluation of the condition of the trees will help you identify any damage sustained. Moreover, you will be able to predict potential causes of failure and resolve before significant degradation of the tree. Here are the common causes of tree failure that you should understand when inspecting your landscape features.
8 November 2016
If you have trees in your garden, make sure you know what species they are. Some trees are poisonous, and this can put curious toddlers at risk when playing in the garden. Here's an overview of three species of tree you should keep your toddler away from: Eucalyptus The leaves and bark of the eucalyptus tree can cause vomiting and diarrhoea, which can quickly cause dehydration in young children. It's unlikely your child will ingest a large quantity, but it's worth knowing that eating a large quantity of eucalyptus leaves can cause a child to fall into a coma.
28 October 2016
A row of cypress trees in your garden can be both aesthetically pleasing and functional. Fast-growing specimens, such as Leylandii, are very useful for providing screening and hedging, and other species can add evergreen colour and elegant form to a winter landscape. Although cypress trees are generally hardy and disease-resistant, they can be susceptible to a disease called cypress canker. So what is cypress canker and how can your tree services company help to tackle it?