The Holidays are Coming; Let’s Make it Last!

12/10/2015

With the holidays right around the corner and the festivities starting earlier and earlier with each passing year, we thought we would jump on the bandwagon to help all of our customers extend the life of the holiday season – through greenery. Each year, countless families load up the family car, truck or van and

The Trees of Fall

18/09/2015

Fall is easily the best planting season for trees. Why is this? By transplanting trees in the fall, when the summer heat has died down and before the ground temperatures drop and freeze, the tree has time to develop its root system. Fall is a dormant season for trees and this allows the tree to

Tree Inspections When Purchasing a Home?

11/09/2015

Tree Inspections? Yes, we said tree inspections. When purchasing a new home most people have a regular home inspected. Home inspections examine the home structure, yard, lot lines, foundation, etc. as well as other “COMPS” in the area to provide you or the bank an estimated value of the home. Rarely, if ever, do you

When Is The Best Time to Plant Trees and Shrubs?

09/08/2015

We all know that the landscape of your home has the potential to add not only great curb appeal, but also add significant value to your property. That being said, you must know the best time of year to plant these valuable items in order for them to flourish. There are many considerations that need

Hot Weather Tree Survival

15/07/2015

We are in the depths of a hot, hot summer and while a day at the pool sounds refreshing to cool off and lower your body temperature, what are you doing for your trees to give them a hand? The high temperatures that the southeastern region of the United States experiences during the summer months

What Questions to Ask when Hiring a Tree Service

19/06/2015

We have all seen those ghostly trees that are dangerously close to our bedroom or our child’s bedroom window that make us hold our breaths every time a storm rolls into town. As you take a long sigh of relief as the storm has left your property unharmed, you know that you need to take

January Tips of the Trade – Preparing for Spring!

14/01/2015

So, you’ve have a couple months off from mowing your lawn and only had to provide minimal maintainance on your outdoor living space due to the dormant season. Feel like you should be doing something? Here are a few tips of the trade to help you and your lawn, shrubs and trees prepare for Spring!

What’s the big deal with Tree Pruning?

12/10/2014

There are many variables that go into maintaining the care of both established and newly planted trees. The art of pruning is one of them. Pruning is to trim by cutting away dead or overgrown branches in order to keep a tree or plant healthy and create a strong structure. In addition, pruning will essentially