Puzzled over Peeling Bark? Why Trees Shed Their Bark
23 October 2018
If one or more of your trees appears to be losing its bark, don't automatically assume that this means it is dying. Your tree may simply be undergoing a natural process, one that is crucial to the tree's continued growth.
Growing Trees Shed Their Bark
Trees grow from the inside as well as from the outside. A crucial part of this growing process is the shedding of bark. As trees grow, their trunks and limbs thicken, and as a result, the old layer of bark is replaced with a new layer.
Two reasons why you might want to have the palm tree on your property cut down
23 May 2018
If you have a palm tree on your property, it might be a good idea to have it cut down by a palm tree removalist. Read on to find out why.
The fruit it bears could damage your property or injure you
If your palm tree produces coconuts, it is definitely worth having it removed. The reason for this is as follows; when a coconut on the branch of a palm tree becomes fully ripened, it will usually fall to the ground.
Limbing up an Evergreen: Could I Remove the Lower Branches of My Evergreen Tree?
26 December 2017
Conifers such as the Norway spruce and the eastern white pine are worthy additions to any yard. When planted strategically, they offer a home privacy and shade. They also make great noise barriers. However, when mature, some conifer species take up substantial space. For example, a mature white spruce could have a width of approximately 3-6 metres.
Wide Conifers Take up Space
The problem with conifers that grow to at least several metres wide is that they require a lot of space.
Why You Need to Actively Prune and Trim the Trees in Your Back Garden
10 July 2017
If you are lucky enough to have an extensive back garden with a lot of plants and a selection of mature and growing trees, you will be able to enjoy a living and breathing environment for years ahead. Every property owner in this situation owes a duty of care to the environment by looking after this magnificent foliage. Remember also that trees (in particular) are crucial to survival, as they absorb carbon dioxide and other harmful gases.