Do you have a really beautiful old tree in your yard? Is it looking sick? Learn more about nursing a sick tree back to health.

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Getting my tree back to life

I have a really beautiful old olive tree in my backyard. I love sitting under it on warm summer night. Unfortunately, the tree got a bit of a knock from the truck that brought in our swimming pool this summer, and it has been looking quite sick ever since and hasn't had any olives yet this year. I am very attached to the tree, so I have got a guy from the tree service company making weekly visits to give it extra fertilising and trimming to try to promote growth. This blog is all about nursing a sick old tree back to health with help from a tree service company.

How To Prevent and Correct Trees From Leaning

28 September 2016
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In an ideal world, all the trees in your garden would grow perfectly straight.  However, all types of trees can be susceptible to storm damage and can be left leaning at an angle.  Not only does this spoil the look of your tree, but also it can be dangerous in the case of large, mature specimens that could fall down altogether, damaging property or even causing injury to you or members of your family. Read More …

Reading Your Palms: Why, When And How To Have Your Palm Tree Cleaned

22 September 2016
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Some tall, stately palms can add a touch of glamour and exoticism to practically any garden, planter or commercial green space, but while these primitive trees are highly robust and durable they do require periodic maintenance to stay healthy and beautiful. Once of the most important ways palms need to be maintained is with occasional palm cleaning. What is palm cleaning? Some species of palm are said to be 'self-cleaning', which means that they automatically shed dead fronds, leaves and seed pods as they grow. Read More …

Tree Maintenance: Factors to Consider Before Pruning Your Tree’s Roots

20 September 2016
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Pruning a tree branch can keep it looking beautiful and healthy. It can also eliminate branches and limbs which interfere with electric wires, chimneys, gutters, and roofs. On the other hand, pruning a tree's roots can prevent them from overgrowing into sewer lines and creating plumbing problems. Some roots can grow into sidewalks or landscaping features and create an unappealing look at your backyard. Here are some factors that should help you determine whether you should prune the roots and how you should do it. Read More …

How to Manually Remove a Tree Stump

16 May 2016
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Cutting down a tree by yourself can seem like a daunting experience; however, it is relatively simple compared with the task of removing the stump. Stump removal is tricky business as it's time-consuming and takes some elbow grease, which is why you often see people's backyards dotted with tree stumps. However, it's entirely doable if you have the right tools and techniques and plenty of patience. While there are various methods of removing tree stumps, the quickest and most inexpensive way to do it, providing you have only one stump to remove and your tree is on the small side, is manually (if you have a few stumps to remove, it may be worth renting a tree grinder and doing it that way). Read More …