Cincinnati Tree Services & Landscaping Blog

Storm Downs One of Ohio’s Oldest Trees, a 300-Year-Old White Oak

A recent storm caused a very old White Oak tree to break and collapse in northern Ohio, bringing three centuries’ worth of growth to a conclusion. The storm, called a “microburst” in meteorological terms, had caused winds of more than 100 miles per hour to...

Hurricane Ike, Eleven Years Late

2019 has been a rough hurricane season already. The Atlantic Ocean hurricanes began May 20th with Subtropical Storm Andrea. Subtropical Storm Andrea Hurricane Barry Tropical Storm Chantal Hurricane Dorian Tropical Storm Erin Tropical Storm Fernand Tropical Storm Gabrielle Hurricane Humberto Tropical Storm Imelda Hurricane Jerry...

Get a Free Tree in Cincinnati!

9/15/19 Okay, this is a rather remarkable program, and many people have no idea it even exists. The Cincinnati Parks Foundation (with the assistance of the Duke Energy Foundation) will give you free trees, if you would like to plant more in your yard. You...

Too Much Rain Affect Your Garden in Many Ways

We all know that plants love water. Too much water, though, and these plants can suffer. For one, this excess water can compact the soil. When this happens, and the soil gets dense with standing water that is not absorbed into the groundwater, then the...

How To Make Sure You Are Using A Legitimate Tree Service Company

The situation is all too common in Cincinnati. A guy will walk up to your door, ring your doorbell, and make an unsolicited offer. He’ll trim your trees, because he noticed they needed trimming. This may sound all well and good, but there are a...

Invasive Pear Trees are Threatening Ohio’s Native Species

A biology professor at the University of Cincinnati is warning her colleagues that a non-native pear tree is killing off the native Ohio pear trees, and creating a variety of problems for the local ecosystem. Theresa Culley made her announcement to botanists and biologists from...

MENU