Landscaping, gardening, and proper tree care.
Arboriculture is both a science and practice, but it’s all about nurturing trees.
It all starts with a little seed …
Tree topping is perhaps one of the most damaging tree pruning practices of today. Learn more about why topping isn’t a safe or sustainable way to maintain your large trees.
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.
You hear the basics about why trees are awesome every day, but what are the real benefits of planting a tree in your yard?
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.
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. They absorb carbon dioxide and produce breathable air. And one of the best things about trees is that they add to the beauty of the world.