Residents in one Delaware County community are outraged after vandals destroyed trees that had just been planted in a popular park.
Thinking ahead is a skill worth developing before you plant anything more than an annual – trees, shrubs or perennials – that you want to enjoy for years to come.
There are few enough trees that flower in late summer, so when a tree is still blooming this far into fall, it’s worth mentioning. My Franklinia tree has been blooming since August.
Planting a crabapple tree is one of the easiest ways to make your yard pretty all year – and make yourself and so many other living things around you happy too.
Lucky for us, there are more than a few places near Philly to see those autumn leaves in all their glory—and before they go up in smoke on that totally illegal bonfire in your neighbor’s backyard.
TreePhilly is handing out the trees at four November events to those who register between now and Oct. 31st.
By moving plants correctly early in the fall, you have a good chance they’ll be happily leafing out and blooming in their new spots next spring.
There are several spots in Delaware and New Jersey reporting downed trees and flooding.
Once again, storms swept through the region on Tuesday, leaving downed trees and other damage in their wake.
It’s easy to get distracted by so many flowers blooming from March until June – but it’s the lushness of the green leaves that’s really the life of spring.
The City of Philadelphia celebrated Arbor Day Friday as it does every year, by planting trees and shrubs.
Budding branches allow you to enjoy the promise of spring, indoors or out.
When you take leaves away from under a tree and dump mulch on the ground in their place, the mulch can’t begin to replace all the nutrients the leaves had naturally.
With only a few more weeks until the official start of spring, planting initiative TreePhilly has begun its annual tree giveaway.
Lots of trees fell during the hurricane, so first that means clean up, and then, replanting. If you’d like to pitch in, consider becoming a ‘Tree Tender’ for the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society.