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Partner Post: Do’s and Don’ts for Properly Pruned Trees

Posted by The Davey Tree Company on Dec 1, 2016 10:00:00 AM

As the fall leaves drop and the winter wind starts howling, tree limbs will be left barren, making this the perfect time to prune. Pruning makes for happy, healthy trees for years to come.

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Topics: House and Home

Partner Post: Fall Landscaping Checklist

Posted by The Davey Tree Company on Oct 21, 2016 7:00:00 AM

Davey Tree’s ultimate guide to prepping your yard for the cold

With fall upon us, we’re eagerly awaiting the transformation of bright green leaves to the buttery yellow, deep red and vibrant orange colors the season is best known for. The changing autumn colors really are the best part of the season.

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Topics: House & Home

Seeing Red Before Fall? Early Fall Color Can Be a Sign of Tree Stress

Posted by The Davey Tree Company on Aug 22, 2016 12:04:10 PM

Vibrant red, orange and gold leaves are one of the best parts of fall. Many cities across the country are known for their beautiful fall show. But, it’s a problem when trees show early signs of fall well before summer has ended.

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Topics: House & Home

Partner Post: 10 Great Trees for a Small Yard

Posted by The Davey Tree Company on Apr 28, 2016 7:00:00 AM

Small trees can pack a big punch in your landscape. And with so many varieties available, it may seem impossible to choose just one or two; but with this list, you’ll certainly have fun trying.

The Davey Tree Expert Company recommends these 10 trees for small landscapes. They are slow growers, and reach a maximum of 30 feet in height and width.

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Topics: House & Home

Partner Post: Four Signs It’s Time to Break Up with Your Tree

Posted by The Davey Tree Company on Feb 4, 2016 7:00:00 AM

During this month of love, it’s important to know when to call it quits. That’s what gardening is all about—trying something out and learning from your mistakes.

Sometimes you know for sure when it’s time to “break up” with your tree. Other times, you’re not so sure. But when that favorite tree falls ill, it goes from being an asset to a liability.

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