Category: Canada

Events, places, people and things which touch Canada.

Katsura: A CLC Crowd Favourite to Plant

Were you familiar with all the trees CLC Tree Services mentioned in our article on best trees to plant in London? There was one which may have surprised you. Cercidiphyllum japonica is native to China and Japan, but was thought to have been introduced to North America in 1865 by an American consul to Japan…. Read more »

Recommended Trees to Plant in London

Northern Hemlock

CLC Tree Services has shared information about soil over the last little while in the hopes that homeowners will better understand their soil and its relation to their trees. Soil texture, pH levels and interdependence on water all affect not only the health of your existing trees, but should also be taken into consideration when… Read more »

Landscape Planning: Think About Tree Planting Now

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Look outside your window. It is January, but in London, Ontario, we have a decided dearth of snow. Definitely more like early spring weather, than the dead of winter. So, as it already feels like spring, now is the perfect time to talk about tree planting! Early spring is the perfect time to plant a… Read more »

Give Back in 2017: Be a Green Volunteer

As 2016 winds to a close, a new year looms on the horizon. Many think to New Year’s resolutions and how they can make 2017 a better year. While some might dream of losing weight, quitting smoking, or giving up some other bad habit, we prefer to adding something positive to the new year. One… Read more »

Christmas Gifts for the Hard to Buy For

There are less than two weeks until Christmas. If you haven’t finished your Christmas shopping, now is the time to put your Santa hat on and kick it into overdrive. Are you still searching for ideas for the hard to buy for? You know the one; teachers, co-workers, neighbours, and that last-minute Secret Santa that… Read more »

Emerald Cedars: Not Always the Greenest Choice

The first official day of Winter is still a month away, but wintry weather has arrived in London, Ontario. With the snow that fell this week, winter hats, mitts, boots, and coats came out of storage. And while we can dress appropriately for the weather at hand, what about area trees? Trees & Winter Weather… Read more »

Remember Them; Lest We Forget

Remembrance Day In Flanders fields the poppies blow Between the crosses, row on row, That mark our place; and in the sky The larks, still bravely singing, fly Scarce heard amid the guns below. We are the Dead. Short days ago We lived, felt dawn, saw sunset glow, Loved and were loved, and now we… Read more »

Talking Integrity at BBBAwards2016

BBB Business Integrity Awards 2016 This week the Better Business Bureau Serving Western Ontario held its annual Business Integrity Awards. CLC Tree Services was the recipient of this coveted award in 2010. We strive to uphold integrity in all we do and applaud the BBB for recognizing businesses in London, Ontario for doing the same…. Read more »

Tree Protection Bylaw

On August 30, 2016, the City of London passed Bylaw No. C.P.-1515-228—a new Tree Protection Bylaw. It replaces the old tree conservation bylaw in the hopes of protecting more of the Forest City’s tree canopy; specifically London’s distinctive trees. So what does that mean for London residents? A big change to arboriculture regulations. The new… Read more »

The Apple of My Eye: Apple Varieties in Ontario

It might still be August, but apple season has begun in Southwestern Ontario. And we’re not talking about imported apples at the grocery store from Chile, China or the US. You can get plenty of apples grown right here, right now. The Apple of My Eye There are over 7,500 cultivars of apple trees in… Read more »