winter tree trimming benefits

Top 4 Benefits of Winter Tree Trimming

Trees are one of the most important and enjoyable parts of nature. They provide us with oxygen, support wildlife, and form stunning features in our gardens, parks, and neighborhoods. This means that it is incredibly important to care for trees during winter, one of the toughest times of the year in Minnesota. Read more

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Top 5 Winter Tree Care Tips

It is common knowledge that we all breathe in oxygen and release carbon dioxide when we exhale, among other gasses. However, have you ever wondered where the oxygen comes from? One source we receive oxygen from is the surrounding trees!  

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Winter tree trimming in Minnesota

3 Benefits Of Cold Weather Tree Care

During the warmer months of spring, summer and early fall, Minnesotans are oftentimes found outdoors so they can take advantage of the beautiful weather before the cold winter comes again. Whether homeowners are completing lawn care, thinking about how they need to cut down a couple branches, or wanting to plant another tree, this seems like a great time to do so. The weather is nice, it’s easy to get work done, and it’ll be too cold to do these tasks in winter, right?

Wrong.

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Growing apple Trees in MN - Pro-Tree

Growing & Maintaining Your Own Apple Trees

There’s nothing quite like a long Minnesota autumn season filled with 60 degree days and multiple trips to the apple orchard. It’s a staple of our season, and one that never gets old.

Whether you’ve been going to an apple orchard for as long as you can remember or you simply reap the benefits of someone else’s trip, you know just how good and crisp a Minnesota-grown apple is. As the apple season comes along, many in the state wait anxiously for the highly coveted Honeycrisp, SweeTango and First Kiss apples to hit the fruit stands and grocery stores.

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Managing your property line trees in Twin Cities

5 Tips For Managing Your Property Line Trees

We all know that trees are important parts of each of our neighborhoods and ecosystems. Yes, they do add shade to your home and they’re a great visual appeal, but trees actually benefit your neighborhood by producing clean air, providing temperature control for your home and creating a habitat for wildlife. These benefits along with many others are in the minds of homeowners throughout your neighborhood, but all homeowners might not see things the same way.

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