While it’s wonderful to admire flowering trees, those lilacs, dogwoods and so many others, are even lovelier to see and smell on your dining room table.
Don’t avoid planting the prettier trees because you have allergies! They’re not the culprits.
Finding broken branches from the storms is sad, but it’s not all bad news. You might be able to bring that branch back to life.
While lots of littler trees have fabulous flowers down low where we can see them, the tulip poplar blooms high above us. So, keep an eye out for their fallen flowers and take one home as a treat.
You can’t exactly plan to have hot pink roses and hibiscus blooming beside maroon dogwood leaves every fall, but the surprise is part of the fun.
One of the simplest things you can do to increase your property value while reducing flooding, pollution, and your electric bill (by cutting cooling costs) is to plant shade trees. Learn more about that this weekend.
Really just teensy apples, crabapples are enjoyed by birds, squirrels, chipmunks, and people too – they’re full of pectin and make great jelly.