Cincinnati Tree Services & Landscaping Blog

How to be Careful Before Bigger Storms Hit

As a homeowner in southern Ohio, there are many things you do to prepare for rough weather. First off, inspect your yard (or your yards). Look for broken tree limbs. See if any of your trees are leaning. Do any of them have large canopies?...

As People Return to Work, Professional Gardeners See an Increase

According to the market research company, Research and Markets, more people will hire landscaping companies to work on their home gardens. In their report, published in June of 2020, the company shows that many of the people they polled began work on home gardens during...

Three Tips for Landscaping Your Cincinnati Yard

Now that we are under Shelter In Place, some of us have a bit more time to work on the back yard. Now might be the perfect time to pick up a few landscaping tricks, right? Here are a few. Use Landscape Fabric Under Walkways...

Diseases That Threaten Trees in Ohio (Part 2)

Ohio’s trees, just like Ohio’s humans, face a variety of threatening diseases. These diseases mutate from year to year, and can move from plant to plant. Some of these just affect one particular type of tree; others can take down a wide range of trees...

Invasive Pests in Ohio That Can Damage Trees (Part 1)

While we have posted information about common tree pests in the past, here in southern Ohio, we always need to check up on certain pests that can wreak havoc on our local native tree population. The Ohio Department of Natural Resources does terrific, vital work...

19 Tornadoes Hit Cincinnati. What Was Destroyed?

Amid the COVID-19 Shelter In Place, a massive storm hit Cincinnati on April 8-9, 2020. That number 19 was significant here as well. 19 tornadoes hit the Tri-State, according to the National Weather Service. Devastation was severe across Greater Cincinnati, including Northern Kentucky and Southeast...

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