So what should property owners in Ohio do to prepare for winter weather, and what can they do after a winter storm passes through?
In this article, we will answer both of those questions and will include some tips, resources, and links to help your trees and landscape survive winter in Ohio.
We use the phrase “winter dormancy” a lot, especially when talking about why it’s good to prune trees during the winter (dormant pruning). But what does it really mean? And why is dormancy important?Read More
Our top recommendations for winter tree care, including plant protection, preventing ice, snow, wind and salt damage, winter pruning, hazardous tree identification (before winter storms arrive!), and more.Read More
It’s a common misconception that tree maintenance cannot be done during the winter months. In reality, winter and early spring are a perfect time for many tree care jobs, especially dormant pruning and tree removals.Read More
Each winter, thousands of tons of de-icing salt are applied to state and municipal roads in Northeast Ohio in an effort to keep roads dry, ice-free and safe for drivers. We also use rock salt and other de-icing materials on our own properties to clear walkways, driveways, patios and parking areas. But salt has a…Read More
Here in Northeast Ohio, our trees and shrubs face a whole range of threats during winter, both from the weather itself and from animal pests. Cold dry winds can dry out trees, especially evergreens The weight of heavy snow and ice breaks branches, leading to a damaged and unsightly plant Road salt and spray damages leaf tissue…Read More