By Margaret Roach, New York Times Aug. 4, 2021 The biggest plants in our gardens often get the smallest share of our attention. And it’s not because trees don’t need or … Continue reading “Questions About Tree Care? You’re Not Alone.”
How Dangerous Are Lawn Care Chemicals?
Notice the yellow warning signs placed on a lawn after a professional lawn care treatment. Ask your lawn care provider for a list of all chemicals put on your lawn … Continue reading “How Dangerous Are Lawn Care Chemicals?”
What Are Trees Worth?
That shade tree in your yard or by the street, is it worth any money? Worth any money to whom, you may ask. Worth money to your family: Your shade … Continue reading “What Are Trees Worth?”
Mid-Atlantic Native Trees
Canopy Trees American Holly 40-50’ high, 18-40’ spread, Pyramidal shape This evergreen has captivated plant lovers since the days of the Pilgrims with its lovely red berries. It is a … Continue reading “Mid-Atlantic Native Trees”
Don’t Mulch That Tree! And Other Tips
Shade Trees Help Make Towson A Desirable Neighborhood Trees increase property values, clean air pollution, control water run-off, provide shade which cools the whole neighborhood, and help create a lovely, … Continue reading “Don’t Mulch That Tree! And Other Tips”
How to Start a Tree Planting Program
Becoming your neighborhood tree steward can be a very rewarding experience. Increasing or preserving the tree canopy improves the health and beauty of your community. If you live in an … Continue reading “How to Start a Tree Planting Program”