We get a wide range of customers at our business – from the grizzled, hardened amateur arborists who only call us for the super important stuff to the newbie who’s just trying to get a handle on what they have in their yard with hopes of being able to take care of more landscaping issues on their own. For those of you who fall into the later category, this blog is for you.
When you think about the kinds of things you need in order to live as a human being, they basically boil down to three things: Air, water and food.
As such – the same applies to the trees and plants that make up your landscapes. While arborists usually focus a lot on keeping your tree watered and fertilized, many folks forget that giving your tree the proper amount of space to breathe is just as important. While trees mainly grab much of their air from the Co2 in the atmosphere via photosynthesis, they also need space and air near their roots to survive.
One of the essential ingredients to selling a house – or even merely increasing its value – is its curb appeal. The Spring and Summer are prime selling seasons and the earlier your house looks good from the road, the more time you have to sell it. So this week’s blog is about that very thing – four things you can do to boost the curb appeal of your house in the spring.