While the days of hauling yourself up to those dangerously skinny branches at the top of that old pine are, sadly, long gone, the Morris Arboretum is offering women the chance to channel their inner arborist this spring.
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.
Insurance adjusters are working overtime thanks to the recent ice storm.
Willingboro Public Safety says they had about five dozen calls reporting broken pieces of trees, and one tree in particular caused a fire.
All over the region the clean-up is underway following this latest bad weather. Many homeowners are dealing with ice coated branches, limbs and downed trees. If you’ve experienced tree related damage 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan has information on filing an insurance claim for repairs.
A mixed bag of snow, rain and especially ice is contributing to treacherous morning on area roadways.
Chainsaws are buzzing throughout New Jersey’s Pinelands. But this isn’t commercial logging; it’s pest control.
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.