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Please feel free to dive into our blog, chock full with advice and good knowledge when it comes to you and your tree care.

The late winter or early spring is generally the best time to prune trees and shrubs, but in order to get it done right, you’ll need the right tools.

Trees are more than just part of our natural landscape. They provide shelter and food for wildlife, absorb carbon dioxide and produce breathable air, and add to the beauty of the world.

It all starts with a little seed …

Invasive species are non-native plants, bugs, animals and pathogens that can harm our natural landscape. Keep reading to get some more details.

Pruning in the late winter or early spring is definitely recommended in Minnesota. Here are some of our tips and other resources to help you DIY.

Evergreens are a staple of Minnesota’s natural landscape, and they’re not only a great way to add curb appeal to your home, but they also provide shade in the summer and windbreaks in the winter when planted in the proper places.

Emerald ash borer (EAB) was first discovered in Minnesota in 2009, and it continues to spread across the state. Here is some information and resources on the destructive bug to help with your own detection and prevention efforts.

Now that the holiday season is in full swing those who celebrate Christmas (and other December holidays) are trimming their trees and homes with festive decorations. But, have you ever wondered where the Christmas tree tradition comes from?

Well, we have a few fun facts about just that! Keep reading.