Tag: tree planting

5 Reasons to Plant a Tree Today

5 REASONS TO PLANT A TREE Food – Trees provide food for insects, birds, animals and people! Everything from the flowers, fruit, nuts, bark, leaves and even the roots; they all offer nutrition to different creatures at different times. We couldn’t live without them! Mood – Studies have proven that spending time near trees helps… Read more »

Re-Planting Privacy: Getting the Look you Want with Mature Trees

Losing a tree can be heartbreaking for any homeowner, but when you lose more than one it’s devastating. Even worse, it can change the look and feel of your home, as well as your enjoyment of it. So when Bill and Colleen Lindley discovered a fungus in the spruce and pine trees at the back… Read more »

Which Tree is Best For Me?

If you look outside your window and see nothing but snow, thoughts of tree planting might be the furthest thing from your mind. I get it. See beyond the winter landscape though and start planning for spring. Now is the time to think about which trees you might want to plant! Choosing a Tree 101… Read more »

RePlanting The Forest City

If not for the fork in the Thames River where downtown London, Ontario sits, this city of over 360,000 people might not exist. For it was the view of the Fork of the Thames that Lieutenant Governor John Simcoe Graves fell in love with in 1793 when he was scouting for a new site for… Read more »

Big Trees

Big Trees No offence sapling your potential does abound but big trees? They rule! Yes, big trees do rule. They; provide shade provide nesting sites and perches for birds provide homes for squirrels, insects and other small animals are a source of food for deer, raccoons, chipmunks and birds   When a big tree is… Read more »

Sign of Spring

“April showers bring May flowers… “ Well, the first hope is that April showers will melt some of the stubborn snow that still lingers in London, Ontario. What a winter we’ve had! April is a very welcome guest and the folks at CLC Tree Services welcome it with open arms. Much as it would be… Read more »

Unless

“Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, Nothing is going to get better. It’s not.” ― Dr. Seuss, The Lorax Anyone who has ever read the book “The Lorax” (written way back in 1971 if you can believe it), or seen the movie (released in 2012 by Universal Studios) knows that what Dr. Seuss is getting… Read more »

Countdown to Spring

The 2014 Spring Equinox falls on Thursday, March 20th. On that day, day and night are of equal length and in the Northern Hemisphere, days will continue to get longer until the Summer Solstice in June. Three cheers for spring after such a harsh winter! The first day of Spring is an exciting time with… Read more »

Green New Year’s Resolutions

New Year’s resolutions. Love em or hate em, we have all been privy to other people’s goals for the future at some point or other. Have you ever made a New Year’s resolution? Do you make one every year? Do you stick to them? Forget weight loss, spending less, or quitting smoking. If you want… Read more »

Back to School and Back to Nature

Back-to-School ads are all over the newspapers, tv, radios, and online. They are talking about backpacks, lunch bags, stuffed pencil cases, new outfits, and even electronics. Articles suggest how to introduce your child to kindergarten, when to bring bedtime back to a more reasonable hour, and why its important to provide healthy snacks and meals… Read more »