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.
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Citrus trees are heavy feeders, and in order to have flowers and fruit, they need to be fertilized regularly. Here’s how.
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.
Evergreens, citrus and blooming bulbs make wonderful gifts for gardeners during the holidays, but when the carols have faded and the decorations are back in the attic, keeping the plants alive will be a test of your green thumb.
Get the most burn for your buck with these tips for using real firewood in your fire pit or home fireplace.
Fall color is just one reason to love trees. Click through for a slideshow of exceptional fall foliage.
While spring is the ideal time for planting vegetables and flowers, the cooler days of fall are best for planting and pruning trees. Take time this season to care for the trees in your yard.
Fall is the ideal time to put trees and shrubs in the ground. Make a memory this season by planting a special tree or shrub.
Meeting the fertilizer needs of trees and shrubs doesn’t have to be a mystery. This tip gives you step by step instructions to keep shrubs and trees healthy.
Meeting the fertilizer needs of trees and shrubs doesn’t have to be a mystery. This guide gives you step by step instructions to keep shrubs and trees healthy.
When it comes to trees and shrubs, it’s fall, not spring, that is the ideal time to plant.