Have you ever wondered what a tree looks like when it gets sick? Trees are a lot like low maintenance pets. Because trees live fifty to hundreds of years, most…
Termites are one of the most talked-about and studied insects on the planet. We build homes with wood, so it stands to reason that we should want to know everything possible about this bug that you know... eats wood. We know these insects can cause damage to our homes. But there isn't as much said about tree termite infestation.
Whether you're tending to a small garden, a huge orchard, or a large tree, proper soil maintenance is important. Northern New Jersey is known for its beautiful plants, and we should strive to keep it that way. Caring for your soil is the best way to ensure that your plants stay healthy and fruitful for many years to come.
If you're considering growing cherry trees, they are a great addition to any New Jersey property.
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 live in New Jersey and want to plant trees but don't have much land, we have you covered. In this article, we will discuss 8 trees that can fit in any yard.
As a homeowner, you might have considered removing a tree or tree stump on your property yourself. It would save you some money and it couldn't be that hard, right? Wrong. DIY tree and tree stump removal can be a dangerous and costly task.
The benefits of potted plants are numerous and well-known. They clean your air, boost your mood, and even assist in recovery from physical ailments. But why stop at small houseplants? Trees provide the same benefits and more!
Preventing common problems from affecting your trees in winter can protect these valuable landscape assets. There are certain steps you should take now to help give your trees a better chance by preparing your trees for winter in Northern New Jersey.
Among the diseases that can present themselves in trees, a lack of chlorophyll, or Chlorosis can rear its ugly yellow head, stripping away the stunning green color from trees.