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How to Deter Mosquitoes in Fall

As the seasons change from the long, lazy days of summer to the hustle and bustle of busy autumn activities, we tend to stop thinking about biting insects. However, diseases from mosquitoes and other blood-sucking bugs are still rampant! Read on to learn what you can do to keep mosquitoes away from your property this…

September 11, 2020
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Can You Catch COVID-19 from Mosquitoes and Ticks?

Experts are still learning about Covid-19, and it seems like new information and guidelines are shared daily! Many are worried about what can spread the illness. There’s been a lot of talk about water droplets, coughing, shared spaces, social distancing, and more; but what about biting insects, like mosquitoes and ticks? Can they spread the…

August 27, 2020
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Flowering Trees: The Nature Show You Can’t See on Netflix

Have you noticed that nature is putting on a show for us right now? Some of our favorite flowering trees are coming alive with beautiful blooms! Here’s how to care for these spectacular trees.

April 9, 2020
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Scale- An Eco-Friendly Treatment

You invest a lot in your landscape, so it can be incredibly frustrating to find that your prized shrubs and trees are suffering from an insect infestation! Scale are among the most common, and they sometimes go unnoticed until the tree or shrub starts to decline. Once there is significant damage, extreme measures need to…

July 18, 2019
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Tree Spotlight: Syringa Reticula

With a profusion of perfect, creamy, fragrant flowers and cherry-brown bark, the Syringa Reticula (aka Japanese Tree Lilac) is possibly the most trouble-free lilac you can grow. Hardy and tough, the Tree Lilac is resistant to mildew, borers and scale. It grows 20-30 feet tall and blooms in early to mid-June. Follow these steps to…

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: Umbrella Pine

Handsome shape, rich, dark green color and unusual needle formation make the Umbrella Pine (Sciadopitys verticillata) a stand-out specimen tree. A slow grower at about 6 inches per year, it can achieve height of 25-30 feet tall in the urban landscape. The Umbrella Pine should be planted in moist, slightly acidic soil in a sunny…

October 24, 2017
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Way to Wrap Up a Tree!
Way to wrap up a tree! Yarn-Bombers inspired by nature are leaving their mark, delicately, on trees at Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania
October 24, 2017
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Get Up & Get Out!

October 24, 2017
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Birds in the Mist

It’s a beautiful morning!   “If you look closely you can see Mallards, Swans and Geese enjoying an early morning swim,” says Rob Nagy, Giroud Arborist about his early morning photo.

October 24, 2017
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