Maintaining the health and beauty of your trees in the Tri-Cities area is essential, and understanding their unique seasonal needs is a key part of effective tree care. Our climate, with hot summers and cold winters, presents various challenges.
When it comes to enhancing your landscape with trees, making the right choice between container trees, bareroot trees, and ball and burlap trees is crucial. Each option has its merits, but in this blog post, we'll delve into the benefits of container trees and why they might be the ideal choice for your landscaping needs.
If your landscape will have a high or low pH, then choosing varieties of plants more adaptable to the pH is probably the easiest way to go although landscapes with toxic levels of pH will need treatment.(<4, >9)
Washington state is home to some of the most exceptional and majestic native plants and animals. Nature-lovers who seek to support local flora and fauna have long recognized that urbanized areas have impacted the availability of wild landscapes where native wildlife can survive.
High-quality landscaping trees can add great value to the golf course, including spectacular color and texture. Practical applications also include much-needed windbreaks, shade, and refinement to challenges on the course.
The diversity of landscaping trees provides the pleasure of a myriad of selections to choose from. Here are 7 stunning and noteworthy landscaping trees, ideal for small to medium spaces (and all 20-25 feet tall!)
Small spaces can often present challenges when it comes to finding the right tree. However, there are still many wonderful options to discover, so here are 10 beautiful and compact landscaping trees, ideal for small spaces (and all under 15 ft tall!)
Native trees are well adapted to local climates, to support native ecosystems and wildlife. With the vast and beautiful topography that Washington State has to offer, landscaping with native trees is a wonderful way to reconnect with nature. Some may wonder, should I landscape with trees native to Washington State?
If you’re looking to upgrade your backyard garden or patio, consider the addition of wildlife-friendly water features. A small or large wildlife-friendly water feature will attract animals that will keep your backyard landscape flourishing.
There are three main reasons why a tree could die after leaving the nursery. Weed-eaters, trees planted too deep, or if the trees get the wrong amount of water. Watch this video and ensure you don't lose your tree after you've purchased from Garden Gate Nursery.
Unfortunately, nursery's don't have a spell. We don't have anything special that keeps our trees more alive than they can be in a landscape setting. Although that is a bummer for us, it is a good thing for you. That means that after planting your trees, you can be sure to have healthy, happy trees in your yard!
While it may be enticing to choose a lower quality tree with a cheaper price tag, consider the money you save in the long run from a potentially early replacement.
We watched these trees get planted as little 1 to 1 1/4 inch caliper trees in the Lowes parking lot in Pasco, Washington about 10 years ago. They have struggled for years. Every tree is dying due to damage to the trunk.
Adding landscape plants to your yard is a great way to brighten up your home, but keeping your plants healthy can sometimes be a challenge.