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How to Care for a Crape Myrtle Tree

Fall is in full force, with winter following close behind, but that doesn’t mean you should set aside your projects until spring. If anything, start planning for the future and decide over the next few months on the plant varieties that will complement your yard space and aesthetic. One tried-and-true genus that we often recommend […]

Which Tree Insects Should You Watch Out For?

Beware of creepy-crawlies in your trees that can damage foliage and tree structure and cause life-threatening diseases. Uncontrolled infestations of tree insects may require treatment by a professional. Left unchecked, these pests can cause the death of weakened trees, requiring removal and replacement. There are three types of tree insects to watch for in the […]

5 Industrial Tree Services in My Area

If you’re looking to take on a big land project soon, you may be wondering, “What tree services are in my area?” It’s a good idea to know what services are offered around you so when you know what you need to have done you know who should do it. There are many different tree […]

Care for Your Yard: Steps to Take Before and After Tree Removal

If there’s a tree in your yard that’s dead, dying, diseased, or poses a potential risk, you might want to consider removing it. This will need to be a carefully made decision. If you decide it’s necessary, you’ll need a professional, like those at Mr. Tree Inc., to remove the tree for you. But before […]

How Does Dutch Elm Disease Kill Trees: Signs and Symptoms

In the first half of the 20th century, large swathes of elm forests in countries in Europe, the US, and Canada started inexplicably dying. At first, researchers in Europe thought it was caused by the elm bark beetle, but in 1921, two Dutch researchers, working separately, found that the trees in Europe were not dying […]

7 Pacific Northwest Facts About Landscaping

The Pacific Northwest is a wonderland of forests, mountains, and some really great landscaping opportunities. The rainy weather provides the perfect environment to grow lush vegetation and makes yards in this area stand out from the rest of the country. When it comes to landscaping in the Pacific Northwest, it’s a good idea to know […]

The Holly and the Ivy

’Tis the season for giving and planting. Poinsettias are beautiful additions to the yard this time of year, as is English holly. But beware that your plants don’t turn into the Christmas Grinch, gifting you with unwanted issues this holiday season. Perhaps you’re reading this right now because you’ve already had some problems and are […]

5 Tips for Great Oak Tree Health

Canadian entrepreneur and philosopher Matshona Dhliwayo once said, “An Oak tree is a daily reminder that great things often have small beginnings.” Oak trees have been renowned as a ubiquitous symbol of timelessness and strength throughout history. Oak trees are some of the most magnificent trees found on earth. Across the world, there are more […]

5 Native Pacific Northwest Trees for Your Yard

Trees are poems that the earth writes upon the sky. – Khalil Gibran With the ever-evolving forest environmental issue, which is affecting wildlife, ecosystems, weather patterns, and even the climate, the United States’ forests are hanging on a thread. According to the 2005 Food and Agriculture Organization’s (FAO) Global Forest Resources Assessment, from 2000 to […]

How to Plant a Plum Tree

There are various fruit trees that thrive well in the Oregon climate. While apples, apricots, and pears are among the most popular, another favorite is the plum. A plum tree might just be the best addition to your new home orchard, but there are a few things to consider before you jump ahead to how […]