All oak trees are susceptible to a disease called oak wilt, but it’s most fatal for the red oak family, including scarlet and black oaks. Here’s what you need to know about this deadly disease.
While dead or damaged tree branches can be cut any time of the year, live branches require extra care. Trimming them during the dormant season has many benefits. Here’s why now is the right time to properly prune trees.
Protect the landscaping on your property from winter’s wrath. Follow these steps to wrap trees, especially if they are young or fragile, and keep them healthy in harsh weather.
Salt spread on slick services protects pedestrians and drivers. But these salty solutions harm trees and plants. Find out how to save your greenery from winter salt damage now.
Just when you think the war on weeds is over! Winter annual weeds are best controlled now, while still actively growing. Here’s how to fight weeds in fall for a lush lawn in spring.
Spotted leaves, sparse foliage, and branch dieback are possible signs of anthracnose, a common tree disease. While it won’t kill the tree, it weakens it, making it easier for pests or more deadly diseases to destroy it. Find out more now!
There’s much confusion as to what time is the right time to perform spring shrub pruning. Find out how to keep your flowers and foliage a cut above the rest.
Evergreen winter burn occurs during the harsh winter weather, when plant tissue gets dehydrated. Frozen ground, frigid temperatures, bitter winds, and strong sun contribute to disease damage. Here’s what to do
You spend time and money to make your yard look as nice as it does. So why risk letting all that effort go to waste in winter? Here are some tips to help you protect trees and shrubs in the harsher weather.
Causing damage—and sometimes death—tree diseases in Ohio are brought about by fungi, bacteria, insects, and poor environments. Find out how you can keep these landscape landmarks healthy for years to come.