As lawn, plant and tree experts the employees at Plant Solutions do a lot more than just cut lawns and trim trees. Here we are transplanting a large tree. There are several important parts of a successful transplant, tree selection, location, Moving the tree, digging the hole and taking care of the ball.
Care after moving the tree is also important. The five most important areas of care after the transplant are staking, pruning, watering, mulching and wrapping.
It is more important this year than ever before to prepare your lawn for winter. The lack of rain has damaged lawns and may prevent them from the type of fall root growth that is essential a healthy lawn in the spring.
When lawns are growing, they respond well to cultivation tasks that improve soil quality. Unless you’re planting a new lawn and can till up the entire area, lawn cultivation is done gradually, every year or two, so that the lawn grasses can recover. Here are the most important lawn cultivation tasks:
Hurricane Joaquin is forecasted to be the biggest storm since Hurricane Sandy. If you have any trees that you are worried about contact us right away. It is easier to remove dangerous branches before someone gets injured, or your property get damaged. Call 888-742-TREE today before it is too late.
The latest update on the predicted track of Hurricane Joaquin points to the serious possibility of a New Jersey landfall for the storm early next week, the most recent in a string of grim updates on the storm from the agency.
The National Hurricane Center predicts Joaquin to become a Category 3 hurricane on Saturday as it begins to parallel the Eastern Seaboard and move north.
Sometime on Sunday or early Monday, forecasters believe the storm will pivot to the west, making landfall somewhere on the Mid-Atlantic coast, likely as a Category 1 hurricane or the equivalent as a post-tropical storm (see Sandy at landfall).