Here at CLC Tree Services, we love trees. Native trees, big trees, little trees, deciduous or coniferous trees. Any kind of trees really. But we are saddened when we hear that some native trees species are at risk. Some of them are threatened by insects; the most recognizable right now of course being ash trees by… Read more »
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Native Trees of Southwestern Ontario
Wondering what tree to plant in London, Ontario? How about choosing a native species? There are plenty to choose from… Native Trees for Southwestern Ontario* Alternate-Leaf Dogwood American Beech American Chestnut American Elm Balsam Poplar Basswood Bitternut Hickory Black Ash Black Cherry Black Oak Black Walnut Black Willow Blue-Beech Bur Oak Butternut Chokecherry Eastern Hemlock… 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 »
Which Oak to Choose?
Last week the CLC Tree Services blog was talking trees. I know, when are we not? Anyway, it was high time to suggest which kinds of trees to plant, and which ones to stay away from when you are ready to break ground and welcome a new into your home. The lists were extensive, but… Read more »
What Tree to Plant?
We talk about trees an awful lot here at the CLC Tree Services’ Blog. We have suggested when to plant them (Spring or Fall), how and why to plant them, and how to go about pruning them when the time comes for it. We have talked about specific trees, like the Caucasian Wing Nut, fir trees and rowan trees. Heck,… Read more »