Longleaf Pine

Longleaf Pine

Longleaf Pine is an evergreen conifer that got its common name for having the longest leaves of the eastern pine species. The needlelike leaves, which come in bundles of three, can grow up to 18 inches long. Mature longleaf pine trees stand 80 to 100 feet tall. This...
Mockernut Hickory

Mockernut Hickory

Mockernut Hickory also known as Carya tomentosa, like all hickories, is tap-rooted and thus difficult to transplant. This tree tolerates dry sites fairly well and produces good golden-yellow fall color. It may be difficult to find in nurseries. The Mockernut is the...

How to Control Invasive Plant Species

Trees and plants provide shade and beauty and help with water and soil retention. Some trees and shrubs, however, are invasive and can harm the local environment. The good news is the majority of these, confined to small regions, are of less concern and have a low...
Virginia Pine

Virginia Pine

Virginia Pine is technically considered to be in the group of southern yellow pines, though it is a very minor species. The Virginia Pine’s needles occur in pairs. They are twisted and range from 1.5 to 3″ in length. The needles are relatively short when...
Guide to Tree Trimming and Tree Pruning

Guide to Tree Trimming and Tree Pruning

Trees add natural elegance to your property and are a terrific way to include aesthetic allure to your residence. They offer visual appeal when proper tree care maintenance is applied. We do this with proper tree trimming and tree pruning. If your trees are losing...