Selective fall pruning can improve the health and appearance of trees and shrubs come spring, but it's critical to know what to cut and when.
While it may be hard to believe, spring is on its way. Here are five tips to help you prepare your lawn and shrubbery for the growing season ahead.
Dormant pruning makes good sense, but it's key to know which projects you can tackle yourself and when to call in the pros.
For the first time in many years the dogwoods are leading the way in spring's panoply of color.The questions is why.
Winter storms are one way that Mother Nature coldly discards old and weak branches to make room for fresh new growth.
Winter storms can be tough on weakened or decayed trees and branches. Protect yourself, your family and your property from potential injury with a careful examination of your trees before wind, snow and ice get the better of them.
Near wild flowers that bloom in early autumn cast a magical glow while presaging the coming of winter.
The story behind the felling of one of Massachusetts' most famous trees.
Old trees require extra attention and care in order for them to stay vibrant and healthy.
Why do some trees live to be centuries old? Explore the science and mystery behind beeches and other ancient trees.