Shady Lane’s tree care experts sound off on matters related to sustainable, smart urban forest management
Mature trees are beautiful and strong. To the untrained eye, they can seem indestructible. However, that’s certainly not the case. Your trees can be damaged in any number of ways, from heavy snow or ice loads to strong winds to the natural repercussions of poorly formed branch junctures.
Trees provide protection from the wind and sun, enrich your yard and add value to your property. Tree planting in Ontario is an important step in creating an enjoyable yard, and increasing your home’s value. However, it’s not as simple as digging a hole and planting a tree. There are several important considerations you’ll need to make with Ontario tree planting.
Trees seem like they’re pretty impervious to most threats. Their thick outer bark ensures that the inner living tissues are protected, but you might be surprised at the number of things that can penetrate that barrier and compromise the health of your trees. This is particularly true of pests. Tree insect control solutions for homes and businesses in the GTA are vital components in the proper care, maintenance and preservation of your trees, shrubs and other plants.
Mature trees are beautiful, valuable assets for property owners. Not only do they increase the value of your property, act is vital environmental elements, but they also provide protection from sun and wind. However, they’re not impervious. In fact, trees can be subject to many different threats, from storm damage to diseases to pests like the emerald ash borer, aphids, boxwood leaf miner and many more. Protecting your trees and other plants is important, but how do you do that?