Are your trees prepared for a summer storm?

Are your trees prepared for a summer storm?

With late spring roaring into summer, we can look forward to running the air conditioner, sitting by the pool or going to the beach, warm summer nights, mosquitos, and of course — summer storms! While you may be one of the people who enjoys a good summer storm (especially a warm thunderstorm after a scorching hot day), your trees may think a little differently. Summer storms, just like winter storms, can wreak havoc on your landscaping and trees. What can a summer storm do?

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Never plant these 5 trees

5 Types of Trees you Should Never Plant

Don’t get us wrong, trees are great, we love them. But there are some trees that, for one reason or another, you just don’t need to plant. Some attract invasive critters and others are invasive themselves, let’s take a look at the 5 types of trees you should never plant in New Hampshire.

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Why should I get my tree stump removed?

4 Reasons you should remove that tree stump

Many people often wonder what to do with tree stumps after a tree is removed from their yard. You can leave the tree stump, and make it a decorative part of your yard, but most people would prefer to have the tree stump removed. We’re happy to provide tree stump removal and grinding to help you remove any wayward tree stumps. Here’s why you should consider removing that tree stump:

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When to trim a tree pruning infographic

When should I prune or trim my tree?

Choosing when to prune or trim a tree is an important determination. Not all trees are the same, just like not all shrubs and bushes are the same — you don’t want to trim off next year’s blooms when hacking and slashing at your tree! While this infographic doesn’t include all species of trees, we hope it helps you to make a general determination on when to prune or trim a tree.

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