New Jersey, is known to its residents as the garden state. Out-of-staters may associate scenes of the parkway with our state. But, us New Jerseyans know of the lush gardens, rolling hills, and beautiful trees our state has to offer. Along with the states natural beauty, New Jersey has a deep history as one of the first American colonies.
A canopy of beautiful, green foliage, providing that perfect shady spot of a hot summer day. Standing tall and proud in the yard of your grandfather's house. Trees can find a special place in our heart. Sometimes they are much more than just wood and leaves.
If you're considering incorporating a tree into your New Jersey yard, you should give some serious consideration to the tulip tree.
Fall is now upon us and that usually means plenty of leaves will be falling on your yard. Instead of going through the pain of bagging them and disposing of them, why not try something different this year? To clean up your yard, be more environmentally-friendly, and create a useful material, compost your leaves instead.
Deciduous trees are amazing. In the summer, they provide valuable shade for your patios, decks, and home. In the winter, trees can block cold winds creating a thermal barrier. Regardless of the season, they can save you money on your energy bills while enabling you to enjoy the outdoors.
Whether you want privacy or an awe inspiring focal point in your landscape, a living sculpture design can provide an intriguing alternative to customary fences and fountains.
Whenever a tree experiences damage to its roots, trunk or main branches during construction, it is considered construction damage. This type of damage often has a negative impact on the health and longevity of trees.
Trees are an asset to any property. While they are aesthetically pleasing to the eye, there are literally hundreds of other reasons they are beneficial to our way of life.
Armillaria, a deadly tree fungus, has become a threat to many of New Jersey’s beloved trees, including New Jersey’s state tree, the majestic Northern Red Oak.
When choosing an arborvitae or thuja variety, it is important to know the purpose or reasoning for the addition to your landscape. Will it be used as a privacy fence? Are you looking to add some color and shape to your design? Do you enjoy trimming your plants every season or are you looking for low maintenance?