Seasonal Tips: Fall
Anti-Transpirant Spray For Winter Protection: Do Your Broadleaf Shrubs Need It?
Winter burn on broadleaf shrubs isn’t pretty; bleached leaves, browning edges, and dying plants don’t look good in the landscape. Thankfully, anti-transpirant sprays can prevent most winter damage to shrubs. Here’s what you need to know about anti-transpirant use in the Northeast Ohio landscape.Read More
My Conifers Are Losing Needles! Should I Be Concerned?
Learn what’s normal when it comes to evergreen conifers losing needles, why it happens, and when to be concerned about dropped needles.Read More
Why Do Tree Leaves Change Color in Fall?
Learn why and how leaves on deciduous trees change color and then drop to the ground in fall (hint: it’s caused by pigments).Read More
Don’t Send Fallen Leaves to the Landfill [What To Do Instead]
What’s the best way to deal with piles of fallen leaves in autumn? It’s not by sending them to the landfill! Here are four options to make best use of all those fallen leaves.Read More
A Quick Checklist to Keep Trees Healthy This Fall
Many new trees are planted across Northeast Ohio during fall, which is wonderful! However, it’s important to remember that your newly planted trees will rely on you to help them grow and thrive.
Follow this checklist to keep all of your trees, both new and old, healthy during the fall season and into winter.Read More
Fall Planting Guidelines for Northeast Ohio
The autumn season—late August through mid-October—is an ideal time to plant in Northeast Ohio. The key is to plant the right things the right way. Here are our recommendations for what to plant and how to care for it.Read More
Fall Tree Planting Dos and Don’ts for Northeast Ohio
Fall is a recommended time of year for tree planting in many regions, including Northeast Ohio. The climate is typically cool and trees have plenty of time to establish their roots before the heat and rain of spring arrives to stimulate their top growth. It can be very easy to be so excited to plant your new trees that you ignore certain planning steps or potentially overlook an important task that could protect your tree and help it grow strong. Here are the dos and don’t to get it done correctly.Read More
Autumn Weather Brings … Nuts!
We’re fortunate in northeast Ohio to have many trees that develop nuts each fall. Hickory, oak and pine are just a few. From them we get food, dye and more. So this year, why not harvest them instead of raking them into bags for disposal?Read More