Garden Topics: Trees & Shrubs
Winter Desiccation Injury of Evergreen Shrubs and
Trees - Have you noticed dead leaves,
browning, discoloration and leaf spots on your
broad-leafed evergreens once spring has arrived?
Arbor Day into a Tradition - That
offers memories, meaning and a growing legacy to
every member of the family.
in Pittsburgh - Tips for Growing a Super Crop -
With its spring blooms and great red fall color the
blueberry bush is an outstanding ornamental shrub
that just happens to produce incredibly tasty fruit
as a bonus.
- Why Trees
Matter - Energy efficiency, the environment and
beauty are all reasons to plant trees.
- Fall... It’s the
Time to Transplant - Being dug from the ground
and transplanted is stressful for plants whenever it
occurs, but we can insure success if we do it during
the proper season.
- The One Shrub
Every Garden Should Have - In reality you should
have more than one, but did you know that one of the
most versatile plants for your home garden or
landscape is a blueberry bush? It is true.
Reasons to Plant Trees - Trees are most often
planted for shade and beauty, but they serve us in
many more ways.
Start Planting this Fall! - Determine The Most
Pressing Landscape Problem and Start Planting.
- Pruning Made
Easy - Late winter is an ideal time to prune.
Plants are often still dormant, so they haven't
expended energy pushing out foliage that is about to
be lopped off.
Prevent Broad Leal Evergreen Winter Damage
- Expose your skin to freezing cold and wind, and
it'll become dry and chapped. Trees and shrubs react
similarly to winter's onslaughts, only they can't
come inside a moisturizer.