Fall is the best time to plant trees in your garden, and many of us are having an increasingly hard time choosing trees for our smaller yards and homes. Some quick tips on choosing trees... Read More
Trees Planting Guide at arborday.org
Guide for planting bare root trees, containerized trees, and balled & burlapped trees.
What is Involved with Tree Removal and Tree Stump Removal?
Stein Tree Service discusses details about tree removal and tree stump removal or grinding. Contact us today for a free consultation.
Backyard Project: DIY Pumpkin Bird Feeder
Create a bird feeder from your pumpkin in this easy DIY backyard project - the birds will love it and you'll get some extra use out of your pumpkin too!
What is the Orange Powder in My Lawn?
I live in Northwest Indiana. The past few weeks I have notice an orange powder coming from the grass. It is all over my shoes and feet. Can you tell me what it is and how I can get rid of it?
6 of the Oldest Trees in the World
Roughly 3,500 years ago—right about the time the Ancient Phoenicians were hitting their stride—a tiny cypress tree, no bigger than a fist, sprouted in the swamplands of Central Florida. 3,500 years later, on January 17 this year, that very same cypress burned to the
Why It's Not OK to Leave Fallen Leaves on Your Lawn
Why is it necessary to rake leaves off the lawn in fall? The reason behind raking them off goes beyond concerns over smothering the grass.
10 Medicinal Trees That Heal Virtually Everything
Natural medicine can solve many common ailments and wounds, and this article addresses ten of the most common medicinal trees and their uses. Additionally, you’ll discover how to easily make your own salves, tinctures, wound washes and poultices using tree leaves, bark, roots, and buds. To get started making your own natural medicine with medicinal …
Easy DIY Garden Accents
Skip the store-bought accents and give your garden a personalized spin with these easy-to-make containers, ornaments, fountains, and more.
How to Landscape Around Tree Trunks & Roots
Tree roots require oxygen and water in order for the tree to thrive, but in soils with little porosity, particularly clay soil, little water and air exists below the soil surface. For this reason, ...