Category: House & Home

A Little Tree Planting Advice from CLC

While autumn is an ideal time to plant a tree, you can also successfully plant trees in the spring. The ground is still relatively moist from snow melt, trees are just starting to come out of dormancy, and insects typically aren’t an issue yet. If you can plant your trees before summer temperatures climb, your… Read more »

How NOT to Remove a Problem Tree

Tree Removal Fail! Dead tree? Small space to work? Tree removal needed? Here’s a classic reason why it is always best to hire an arborist or other tree services professional when you need to remove a tree. Shaking head… Hire a professional tree removal service! Have a great long weekend everyone! We at CLC Tree… Read more »

Attracting Birds to Your Yard

Chirp! tweet, twitter, tweet tweet… Ah, the sounds of Spring. Birds have returned and the air is filled with their music. Robins flit back and forth, mourning doves low in the trees, and of course the Canada Geese honk noisily overhead. It seems like one moment the world is devoid of life, and the next the… Read more »

Where Do I Cut? A Brief DIY Tree Pruning Guide

Now that we have established that you have a needy tree, the next step is to do something about it. If you are the lucky winner of our Needy Tree contest you are laughing, but there can only be one winner. That leaves a lot of trees still in need of some TLC. So what… Read more »

What is a Needy Tree?

Just a reminder that we will be at the London Spring Home and Garden show this coming weekend (April 8-10, 2011). We hope to see you there. Also, if you haven’t checked out our new Facebook page, go take a look. While you are at it, vote on one of the trees in our Needy Tree contest… Read more »

Spring is Around the Corner. Time to Schedule your Spring Tree Maintenance

Spring is around the corner. The sun stays out a little later every evening, and greets the day a little earlier every morning. Despite the little drifts of snow that litter the corners of yards, and staggering piles that reduce area parking lots by half, you can almost smell the approach of the new season…. Read more »