Landscaping, gardening, and proper tree care.

In this post, we share our first-hand experience at a recent job in the vibrant city of St. Paul, MN, offering insights into the process of professional tree trimming and our commitment to delivering exceptional results.

Though it may be tempting to just leave the foliage in your yard for the winter, it needs to be cleaned up if you want a healthy lawn come spring. Leaving fallen leaves on your lawn prevents the sun from reaching the grass and can result in mold, bacteria, pests, and weed seeds. 

As trees mature, their branches can become so heavy that the trunk can't support their weight. This puts stress on the trunk, increasing its risk of falling. This can lead to injury and property damage.

In general, the best time to prune trees in Minnesota is during the late winter, before the flowers start blooming in the spring.

Pruning a tree is one of the best things you can do for it. It’s an important and essential step in maintaining your trees’ health.

Stump removal is not a DIY project. It is more complicated than tying a rope to the back of a truck and hoping for the best. You could harm yourself, your property, or the property around you. When it comes to stump removal, it is best to hire an expert. Stump removal service companies have the proper expertise and equipment to get the job done right.

 A certified arborist is an individual who is trained in the art and science of planting and maintaining individual trees. Arborists that are certified by the International Society of Arboriculture have a minimum of three years' full-time experience working in the professional tree care industry, follow a code of ethics to ensure the reliability of their work, and have passed an arboriculture exam. 

Tree planting is a big deal! The simple act of planting a tree can make an indelible mark on the world for many years. And Arbor Day is a day dedicated to public tree planting that celebrates the role of trees in our lives. If you plan to join in the festivities and plant a tree, here are a few points to consider when choosing and planting a tree.

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