Cincinnati Tree Services & Landscaping Blog

Why are California’s Trees Burning Down?

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Northern California has had a tough time of it recently. August of 2020 has seen the state endure a rough set of wildfires, all happening at once. The wine country of Sonoma County, the inland orchards of Lake County, and the mountains of San Mateo...

Why is My Grass Not Growing?

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There are so many reasons why your grass could be having trouble. Here are four of the most common reasons we see grass getting stunted. You’ve been mowing the grass too short You never want to cut more than a third of each blade when...

Can a Tree Service Observe Social Distancing Guidelines?

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Like many small businesses, tree service and landscaping companies are having a difficult time staying afloat during the 2020 shelter-in-place. Work has reduced dramatically, and tree service companies all over the Midwest have been laying off employees and reducing their staffing. Can a tree service...

Is Landscaping an Essential Business During COVID-19?

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This question has been coming up with some consistency since the initial shelter-in-place orders arrived in March of 2020. What businesses are essential and which are not? Certainly, grocery stores and hospitals are deemed essential. Gas stations must stay open. Convenience markets and bodegas are...

How to be Careful Before Bigger Storms Hit

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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

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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...

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