I really like how shady our yard is, but I'm not so excited about cleaning up everything that drops off the trees. I can't pick the fruit from the very top of the trees, so it rots and falls to the ground, and then it attracts mice and birds unless I clean it up straight away. I'm getting the trees all lopped back so I can get a break from all the cleaning up all this fallen fruit. This blog is all about how to get your backyard fruit trees lopped so that you don't have to clean up as much fallen fruit.
22 October 2019
Do you want to remove a tree in your garden because it's dying or because you don't like it? Most people remove their trees when they get infected or die, since such trees easily lose their lustre and look unhealthy. Although some people notice when the health of their trees deteriorate, they don't know the infection and disease signs to look at and what they indicate. Most trees won't die if the owners contacted tree care experts when the early signs showed up.
27 May 2019
Unlike the trees growing in the wild, the trees growing in residential, commercial and industrial areas enjoy less freedom in terms of height and size. Hence, they require more frequent monitoring and attendance. As a homeowner with trees growing in their yard, it is important to have the trees pruned and trimmed occasionally by a professional – an arbourist. Here's why: To Increase Safety and Protect Your Property from Damage
7 January 2019
Trees make attractive and practical privacy screens. A row of arborvitae, for example, can add an extra several metres of privacy to a home and its garden. However, although trees can provide a privacy screen with a touch of life about it, they also face unique challenges. For one, a fence can be repaired or easily replaced — not so for trees. Storm Damage is a Risk Storms are one of the biggest risks to privacy trees.