We all know how much trees can improve the look of our environment, especially in more urban areas with a wide range of environmental, social and economic benefits. Trees in urban parks have been found to improve physical and mental health, improve aesthetics and environmental quality which has got to be a good thing for all of us.
Planting large and mature trees just speeds up that process, absolutely it is easier and always cheaper to plants smaller trees and we do have lots of options from 6-7ft tall (young trees) but the beauty of a more mature tree is that it has instant appeal, it makes a statement. Depending on Read More
It’s hard to believe the year is flying by so quickly and I was just easing back into full speed after a quieter Summer on the nursery and here we are with the Rootballed season upon us ALREADY!
The semi-mature trees that we have planted in out own fields, are allowed to grow in open ground and so the have are healthy and with great root structures and as more mature trees they have been allowed to grow over a good number of years with the right amount of care, pruning and special care to their root structure, if the roots are allowed to grow too extensively it will not Read More
The weather is still quite mild and those nice sunny days are good if with it comes the frost at night as this is good for the trees and hedging plants, it enforces their dormancy to get a bit of R&R over the winter so they can store their energy for growth in the spring, so everything has stopped growing and if you are planning on planting said trees & hedging now is the very best time to do that, the earlier in the bare-root season the better so that when the spring comes that they are well settled into their new home and ready to put all that reserved Read More