feed you trees and store the nutrients that each tree needs in order to stay healthy.
That being said, everyone has dealt with a tree whose roots have begun to grow up and out of the
ground. Needless to say, roots don’t offer the most aesthetic value and they’re also a huge pain in the
backside to landscape around. On one hand, you don’t want your tree’s roots to be damaged, but you
also don’t want your yard to look bad and become more of a chore than it already is.
So what do you do?