Sweet Maple Syrup Facts CANADIAN MAPLE SYRUP FACTS: Canada produces 90% of the world’s maple syrup Quebec produces 90% of Canada’s maple syrup Ontario is the second largest producer of maple syrup in Canada, producing approximately 4 million litres of maple syrup each year Maple Tree Facts: Once a maple tree is tapped, the tree… Read more »
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“Thanks for all the support friends! It feels great to be voted best tree company in London ever since they started keeping track! Best of London x3 only happens when you do what you love, do it well, and treat people right!” ~ Calvin McCallum It is an honour and a privilege to win this… Read more »
Winter is winding down. Spring will be here in a little under a month. I don’t know about you, but that gets me in mind of summer roadtrips. You have to book early for many places though, so now is the time to start planning. So what are you doing this year? Driving from coast to coast?… Read more »
Ptelea trifoliata (otherwise known as the Common Hoptree) contrary to its name, is far from common. While you can find this native tree along the shores of Lake Erie in sandy areas, the Hoptree is considered a threatened species in Canada. It is only found in limited areas in Southwestern Ontario and Quebec. Its range stretches… Read more »
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Now how did that happen? The calendar has run out of pages and dates, and 2015 is at an end. Where does the time go? Out the back of our chipper I guess. A better question is what did we do this past year. On reflection, it was a pretty good year for Curt and… Read more »
Have you ever walked by a tree and wondered to yourself, “Wow, what an unusual tree! I wonder how it got like that?” There are a few interesting trees on the bike paths along the Thames River in London, Ontario. Some are covered in warty bumps that line their trunks. Others have long bending limbs which swoop at crazy angles. They… Read more »
Welcome to December! Black Friday is behind us and the Christmas season is in full swing. Have you started your Christmas shopping yet? Are you looking for Christmas gift ideas for the hard to buy for or as an alternate to impersonal gifts that are forgotten before the Christmas tree is down? Why not choose… Read more »
There are over 175 different types of pine trees. Several are native to Canada, but many more can be found within our borders as well. Pines are cone-bearing coniferous trees with long needles that come in bundles of 2-5 bunches and are often long-lived, growing from 100-1000 years. Whether you choose a pine tree for your Christmas… Read more »