Why You Need to Actively Prune and Trim the Trees in Your Back Garden
10 July 2017
If you are lucky enough to have an extensive back garden with a lot of plants and a selection of mature and growing trees, you will be able to enjoy a living and breathing environment for years ahead. Every property owner in this situation owes a duty of care to the environment by looking after this magnificent foliage. Remember also that trees (in particular) are crucial to survival, as they absorb carbon dioxide and other harmful gases.
Remove That Tree or Give It TLC? How Crown Lifting Can Help
23 February 2017
Trees are beautiful features in any garden, and if you're lucky enough to have a mature tree in your backyard, its impact on the landscape is such that it can dramatically improve the entire look of your outdoor space. Until it doesn't. The problem is, as naturally growing plants, you can't plan exactly how a tree will grow, which can lead to problems.
Factors such as blocked views, restricted sunlight and hazardous branches could have you considering removing a tree entirely, but that only needs to be a last resort.
Removing a tree yourself? Follow these vital safety tips.
29 July 2016
If you have a tree that is too close to your home or is dying and you want it out of your yard, you might be considering cutting it down yourself. This is possible to do in many cases, but you need to keep your safety in mind at all times. Here are some ways to remove a tree from your yard the safe way.
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3 Common Tree Diseases in Australia
19 May 2016
Tree disease can lead to deterioration, disfiguration and death, something that could have a huge impact on your landscape. Calling in a tree specialist is often the only solution. A professional can optimise the health of your landscape and remove infected trees to stop the disease from spreading. Here are three common diseases that affect trees in Australia and the symptoms to watch out for.
1. Pink disease
Stem canker — a disease characterised by fungus on tree stems and twigs — can be caused by Erythricium salmonicolor, an organism that produces a tree condition called pink disease.