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Tick Season Isn’t Over –Caution Still Needed

You might think it’s safe to stop worrying about ticks in winter. Not true!  You still need to be vigilant to protect your family and pets from illnesses spread by ticks.  

December 11, 2020
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What Leaf Color Tells Us About Tree Problems

August is a time to enjoy the final lazy days of summer before the busy days of fall are here. While you’re relaxing in the yard, this is a great time to take inventory of your trees and look for any possible health issues. One common concern we often hear from homeowners is unusual tree…

August 21, 2020
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Why Fall is an Ideal Time to Plant a New Tree!

As we wind down the end of the summer and move into the cozier months of fall, it may be tempting to stop thinking about the outside of your property. However, Fall is actually a great time to plant a new tree! With the bulk of gardening and lawn maintenance behind us, you can reassess…

September 27, 2018
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Tree Spotlight: Persimmon

Drooping leaves and branches, give the Persimmon a languid, almost tropical appearance. In autumn, its leaves turn dramatic shades of yellow, orange and red. Learn more about its growth habits and features at: Morton Arboretum

October 24, 2017
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Why Do Leaves Change Color?

Ever wondered what makes leaves change color in the Fall?  The most common answer is colder temperatures.  But leaves actually begin to turn before the cooler days of Fall arrive. So what gives us the beautiful display of fall colors?  The answer is a combination of less sunlight, colder temperatures and the production Chlorophyll, a…

October 24, 2017
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Tree Spotlight: Franklinia

Discovered by the Bartram’s in 1765, the Franklinia was named in honor of their friend, Benjamin Frankilin. A multi-stemmed tree with year-round interest, its creamy white fragrant flowers bloom from late July into September. The dark green leaves turn orange and red in the fall, often in combination with a few late flowers. Subtly striped…

October 24, 2017
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Tree Must-Haves for Fall Color & Interest

Want to add a pop of a color and interest to your Fall landscape?  Mother Nature offers a bounty of amazing trees that have unusual features and bursts of color.  (pictured: Persimmon Tree has beautiful fall foliage and edible fruit.)

October 24, 2017
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Fall Is Here (officially)

I was listening to the news this morning and they brought up that today was officially the last day of summer. To most of us, fall began weeks ago after Labor Day passed. Still I cannot believe how fast September has flown by and how many signs of fall are appearing such as the change in weather and the emerging of fall colors on leaves.

October 24, 2017
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