Tips For Successfully Pruning A Young Peach Tree For The First Time

If you planted a peach tree in your yard last year, then it is important that you prune it at the end of the winter season. A young peach tree needs to be pruned after the last frost and before the tree branches form their leaf buds. When the weather determines the time is right to prune the tree, then there are some special things you need to do to ensure that the tree grows well for many decades to come. Read More 

Benefits Of Using A Professional Stump Removal Company

For homeowners who are involved with the upkeep of their property with do-it-yourself projects, removing a stump, once a tree has been removed, might be on the list of things to do. Although removing a stump on your own can save money, in many instances, it's recommended you use the services of a professional stump removal company, like the Nelson Tree Company. Not only will the company have the property tools and equipment for the job, the person removing the stump has the knowledge, experience, and expertise to do it properly. Read More 

Tips To Protect Trees From Drought

The damage from a drought aren't nearly as visible on mature trees as it would be on grass or smaller plants. That doesn't mean that your landscape trees are unaffected, though. Often you won't notice the damage until next year, when a poor showing of leaves or flowers is produced. The following tips can help you better care for your tree during a drought so it continues to grow well for its entire life. Read More 

Want To Create A Landscape That Allows For Varied Cooking In The Kitchen? 3 Things To Grow

Being able to transition plants from the garden to food in the kitchen is both rewarding and exciting. But, there is no denying that some fruits, vegetables, and herbs serve minimal purpose in the kitchen. Spending several years trying to get an apricot or nectarine tree growing and healthy might give you tasty fruit, but you will only be able to easily incorporate these fruits into dessert dishes or turn them into fruit leather. Read More 

Tips To Help Avoid Transplant Shock In New Trees

Transplant shock is a major cause of death among newly planted trees. Shock occurs because of a combination of factors, with root loss and a change in cultural conditions being the biggest concerns. The following guide can help you avoid transplant shock or at least give you the tools to aid the tree in a healthy recovery from mild shock. Minimize root loss Trees grown in containers do not have extensive root balls. Read More