SUMMER IS HERE!
Now that summer is here, stay on top of lawn care (including your weed control program) until temperatures cool down in fall. Don't forget about treatments for leaf-eating pests and fungal disease on trees and shrubs. Make sure your irrigation is working, cover bare soil with organic mulch, and be on the lookout for ticks after you've been outdoors.
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Keeping you up-to-date on organic lawn and tree care issues in central NJ and eastern PA.
Best Trees & Shrubs For Winter Interest
While you can’t change the weather, you can make sure your winter landscape still catches your eye. How? By planting these shrubs and trees with striking bark and branches, winter fruit, early flowers, and attractive deciduous forms!
Is Your Tree Dangerous? How to Identify Potential Safety Hazards
Often, a tree’s internal damage can’t be fully evaluated from the outside, and the behavior of a declining tree can’t be predicted. Learn to identify signs of serious damage to help prevent your trees from becoming a hazard.
What is Stripping the Bark Off My Trees in Winter?
We share details on the rodents and other critters that eat or tear bark off trees in winter (some also eat tree roots), which trees they prefer, and how to prevent winter tree damage from these pesky varmints.
What is a Burl?
We cover what a burl is, what it’s made out of, how it’s formed, which trees are more likely to grow burls, and what you should (and shouldn’t!) do if you find a burl in one of your trees.
Witches’ Broom in Trees: What, Why & What To Do
What is a witches’ broom, what causes it, and what should you do if there’s one in your tree? Learn about these abnormal clusters of twigs and if they’re harmful for your tree’s health.