Having a cherry tree in your backyard is wonderful, but only if it produces a substantial number of cherries. If you're only getting a few handfuls of cherries per year, you may be left feeling more frustrated than satisfied. So what can you do about it? Here are a few ways to boost your tree's cherry production. 1. Plant a pollinating partner. Many cherry trees are s
- Being a homeowner gives you the power to modify your landscape to meet your needs. If you like the idea of birdwatching from your backyard, you may want to do everything that you can to encourage birds to visit your property. Although you could grow small shrubs and flowers that entice them, you can also hire a tree service company to enticing birds to visit your back
- How many trees do you have on your property? When is the last time that you had any of them trimmed back or pruned? If you're like many people, you may think that pruning a tree is an unnecessary waste of both time and money, but this isn't the case. There are a number of reasons why it's a good idea for your trees to be pruned on a regular basis, if not annually.
- Residential trees are nice to have because they can provide shade on a sunny day, as well as make the property look more appealing. However, you can't take advantage of the benefits that trees can offer if you allow them to fall into bad shape due to not taking care of them. If you can't seem to keep trees healthy on your own, hiring professionals is a must to avoid t
- Keeping your landscape trees healthy begins with providing sufficient soil moisture. Many homeowners don't consider the water needs for their trees, perhaps assuming that deep groundwater or water from nearby lawn sprinklers is sufficient. Unfortunately, that isn't always the case. The following tips can help you make sure your trees get the water they need to survive