It’s critical to prune to help your trees and shrubs look their best. Not all trees should be pruned now, though. Here’s what you need to know.
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The wrong tree in the wrong place can be a hazard during a hurricane. With the right planning, a hurricane-resistant landscape can be yours.
A decked-out Christmas tree is a sight to behold. But once the holiday is over, take a little extra care as you put away your tree. Live trees can be recycled and repurposed, and living trees can be transplanted into your landscape.
Regular fertilizing improves the overall health of trees and shrubs, so they’re able to flourish. We’ll show you how to feed your hungry shrubs and trees.
Hurricanes wreak havoc on gardens, so start preparing long before the winds blow.
How you water is more important than how often you water. Learn more about watering newly planted trees and shrubs.
Learn about when to prune, pruning tips and myths.
A tree can be your home’s best friend. It can provide shade in the heat of summer, protect from winter winds, reduce electric bills and improve your home’s resale value.
Citrus trees are heavy feeders, and in order to have flowers and fruit, they need to be fertilized regularly. Here’s how.
Find out what trees and shrubs are best for your yard. With a new landscape, you’ll want to begin with the trees and shrubs that love your conditions, soil and space.
Crape myrtle is one of the loveliest trees the South has to offer. Huge flower clusters in pink, red, purple or white catch the eye and beautify a landscape.
Flowering trees and shrubs add beauty to your landscape, value to your property and invite birds and butterflies.