The trees on and around your property are so much more than shade-providing flora that’s been a part of Winnipeg’s green canopy for decades. They also provide homes for numerous species of animals, help with drainage during heavy rains, and produce oxygen. Continue reading “Risks of Ignoring Tree Care and Maintenance”
You may have heard the term “arborist” and know that it’s an occupation relating to trees, but have ever wondered about what exactly it is that an arborist does all day? Continue reading “A Day in the Life of a Certified Winnipeg Arborist”
Trees offer various benefits to people, animals, and properties. They provide shade, shelter, increased property value, and most importantly: oxygen. However, there may come a point where trees become more of a detriment than the value they provide. Namely, they can cause damage to people and property.
All types of plants and trees benefit from fertilizer. No matter what you choose to use, it’s important to feed your trees with this nutrient-rich food that benefits growing and mature trees. Particularly in Manitoba, soil nutrition is poor, meaning plants can’t get everything they need from the ground; it’s important to supplement that with fertilizer.
Winnipeg winters bring cold snaps, icy wind, and a blanket of snow – none of which are ideal for your trees and shrubs. While there are many causes of winter damage to trees, evergreens present their own challenges. Broadly, there steps you can take (preferably before winter hits) to protect your greenery during the winter season, but evergreens can be a bit more finnicky and require additional monitoring.