Prune Your Magnolia Tree To Encourage Healthy Growth Next Spring

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If you moved into your home last year and were pleasantly surprised to see a magnolia tree growing on the property just to be disappointed during the spring due to the fact that very few magnolia blooms were present and that the flower petals quickly wilted and fell from the tree, overgrown branches could be to blame. If the tree’s buds did not receive ample sunlight, healthy growth may have been inhibited.…

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Water Saving Tips For Your Irrigation System

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Managing water usage is important, especially if you live somewhere that suffers or is in danger of suffering from water shortages and drought. The following are a few tips to further help ensure your sprinkler system is not wasting any water unnecessarily: Tip #1: Skip misting emitters Evaporation is a major cause of water waste with a sprinkler system. To avoid this problem, choose the right emitters. If you opt for spray style emitters, then check that they spray larger water droplets as opposed to a fine mist.…

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Preparing For The Next Hurricane? 3 Signs Your Trees Might Not Weather The Storm

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With hurricane season in full gear, and with so many storms lining up, it’s time to take a look around your yard and make sure you’re prepared for the deluge. If you’re reinforced your roof, and installed your hurricane shutters, you’re on your way to a protected home. However, there may be one important area that you haven’t thought about. That’s your yard; specifically your trees. If your trees aren’t secure, you could end up with significant structural damage to your home.…

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