How to Prepare Your Lawn for Winter

Winter is coming, but this does not mean doom for your lawn! There are plenty of ways to get your lawn ready for the cold seasons—by winterizing plants, planting for next spring, and basic cleanup. Here are some lawn care suggestions for this fall that will prepare your lawn for winter and spring. Fall Lawn […]

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Signs of a Dying Tree

Is It Seasonal or Is It Dying? As fall approaches, leaves will begin changing color and dropping from numerous tree species in Southern Oregon. Many trees will then become dormant throughout the winter months, appearing as if they are dead, no longer needing as much food, water, or sunlight to survive.  During these changes, it […]

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Special Summer Tree Care

During the summer season, there is a huge increase in temperature, which can be especially destructive for your home’s flowers and trees. The rising heat can mean that your trees and other plants need some additional maintenance to keep them healthy and beautiful. Advanced Tree Service and Landscaping can provide all of these services and […]

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Do Hammocks Hurt Trees?

  The use of hammocks has significantly increased in recent years. Hammocks are a great way to relax comfortably outside. With the increase in popularity, many cities and universities have begun to put bans on hanging hammocks in certain spaces. This is often attributed to the potential damage that a hammock could cause to trees. […]

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Shady Trees for Your Yard on Hot Summer Days

The best kind of shade is the natural kind! Imagine yourself in your backyard oasis, surrounded by beautiful trees, providing shade to you and your loved ones. You feel the warmth of the sun, but it’s not too hot because your trees are providing just the right amount of shade. Here are some shady trees […]

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Four Flowers to Plant in Your Yard to Attract Honeybees

Wanting to have more of an impact on nature just by planting flowers in your garden? Attract honeybees to your garden by planting flowers that attract pollinators to your yard. Putting your flowers in a sunny spot will also improve your chances of charming honeybees. The following are four flowers to plant in your yard […]

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