Have you been wondering about the best ways to manage your yard? Do you wish it could have some more life? Or have you been wishing it could look a bit more professional? With the right advice, your yard will soon be transformed and become the envy of your neighbors. This post will deal with common excuses for having a yard without trees.
One of them is that the yard is too small. The truth is, having trees in your yard has nothing to do with the size of the yard. All you need to do is select the right trees. The following post gives more insight on this subject:
Choosing the Right Tree for a Small Yard Just Got a Whole Lot Easier
Sometimes small backyards can feel like a conundrum. On the one hand, it’s nice to have even some open space to call your own, as condensed as it may be. And on the other, figuring out what to do to maximize its square footage can be a mind-bending challenge. These opposing sides may make it tempting to cover the whole area with grass and call it a day, but it’s worth it to see a small backyard as a design opportunity. Given a few clever solutions, this area can be a welcoming extension of your home. Read more at House Beautiful…
Now you don't have to exclude trees from your yard simply because it's small. There are suitable tree options that would match your yard perfectly.
Another common excuse is that it'll take forever for trees to grow. Guess what? There are fast-growing trees you can plant in your yard. The following post explains this:
13 Best Fast-Growing Shade Trees for Creating a Pretty Privacy Screen
A lot of the best fast-growing shade trees can grow 50 feet tall or more, and reach maturity in 20 or 30 years. That means they can provide shade, privacy, or a windbreak to your yard more quickly than other shade trees that can take twice that long to reach maturity. The trade-off for their speedy growth is the fact that they often will start declining after they reach maturity, so they have a more limited lifespan than slower-growing trees. And sometimes their wood is more prone to breaking in storms, so as long as you're willing to prune them regularly to help keep them under control, these trees can give your home and yard a whole new look in a relatively short amount of time. Here are 13 of the best fast-growing trees to choose from. Read more at Better Homes & Gardens…
With all those options, there's no reason not to get started on your tree planting project immediately. And thanks to their fast maturation, you will have beautiful trees decorating your yard in no time.
The last excuse we'll look at today is about the lack of knowledge on how to take care of young trees. The truth is that it's not as difficult as you might imagine.
Top 4 Tips for Taking Care of Young Trees
Spring is gardening season. The weather is nice, the sun is out, and there is still enough water coming down to help give the proper nutrients your tree needs to grow. However, it is still important that you take the correct steps to maintaining your tree’s health with these top four tips.
When watering young trees, you need to make sure that you are consistent and are generous. This could be between five to 20 gallons of water depending on the age of the tree. By doing this you will help to prevent your tree from getting diseases or poor health conditions. The roots will grow to be strong and more robust. Read more at Austex Tree Service…
Just like any project, you can be sure that it will take some time and care for your trees to grow well. Over time, you’ll need to trim them as part of proper tree care and maintenance. Expert trimming will help you ensure your trees grow to be healthy and strong.
If you’re in Hanover, call Steadfast Tree Care for professional tree trimming and other tree services. Our team of experienced arborists is happy to help you keep your trees in perfect condition. Call us today!