Preventative tree trimming serves two important purposes, depending on the scope of work. Substantial trimming can help to prevent storm damage, while strategic tree trimming helps your landscape to thrive by concentrating resources and nutrients. In both cases, this process makes sense. Think about how it could help your property this year.
As a hot, dry summer settles here in New Hampshire, property owners wonder whether their trees and shrubs can handle the weather. Efficient irrigation of trees helps to develop healthy root systems that can last through extended droughts, while improper tree irrigation stunts root growth and leaves your trees vulnerable to current conditions.
Summer storms have hit New Hampshire in a big way, with downed trees, toppled power lines and other damage spreading across the region. After the storms pass, and before the clouds darken again, homeowners need to seriously consider how hazardous tree removal can help keep their family safe and sound.
Both trees and water features add beauty to your outdoor living space. But they also create a comfortable, relaxing atmosphere ideal for gathering with your family and friends. Designing your backyard to include both of these elements takes forethought and the help of skilled professionals. Start with a vision for the space and move forward carefully.
Trees add to the beauty of your property, create shade and attract local wildlife. While nearly any type of tree will grow in your NH yard, native trees provide the same benefits with less maintenance, last longer and may even save you money. Consider these three benefits of planting native trees before finalizing your landscape plan or replacing your existing trees.READ MORE
Taking care of the trees in your yard takes careful thought and a watchful eye, and a few loads of mulch for good measure. Mulching your trees creates happy, healthy plants able to resist disease and pests and makes for a more comfortable, attractive outdoor space. Think about how these five benefits of mulching your trees would help to protect and improve your landscape.
Trees of all different shapes and sizes play an important role in creating curb appeal. Location, species and seasonal changes help your trees form distinctive personalities, coming together with hardscaping and gardens to create an inviting first impression of your home.READ MORE
Are you planning on expanding your gardens or landscaping the back yard this year? Is a deck in your future, or how about a swimming pool, patio or pond? Old tree stumps are not just unsightly; they often stand in the way of your plans for the yard. Stump removal provides you with greater space to plant or install an outdoor feature, and professional services result in valuable natural mulch.READ MORE
Spring preparation involves a fair amount of patience, hard work and dirty fingernails. But the beauty, shade and protection your trees and flowers provide all summer long make spring garden preparation well worth the effort. Knowing how to prepare your flower beds and trees carefully allows you to use your energy and time wisely, and results in a better looking, healthier outdoor space.
Here in New Hampshire, when the spring breezes hit and warm sunshine calls you outside, many people’s thoughts turn to the garden. Have you been waiting to plant trees on your New Hampshire property? This fresh time of year presents an ideal opportunity to plant, provided the soil conditions cooperate.