Tree Service: Disease Identification, Prevention, and Treatments

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Spring is here, and it’s time to plan out your garden, plant new flowers, prepare the lawn, and check out how the trees and shrubs made out this winter. The best way to keep your outdoor living space in top shape is to manage the identification, prevention, and treatments for backyard plant life. If a tomato plant becomes diseased, it is easy to pull it up and throw it away. If a tree or shrub becomes diseased, it can be a more difficult process. Trees with disease can range from an aesthetic deformity, all the way to the complete death of the tree. Read More

Belknap Landscape Awarded 2018 Best Outdoor Design By NH Home Magazine

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Belknap Landscape was awarded the 2018 NH Home Magazine Design Awards Best Outdoor Design for their project, “Hillside Retreat”. This is the second consecutive year winning this prestigious Hall of Fame recognition. “Hillside Retreat” is another example of Belknap Landscape’s expertise, passion and experience in delivering visionary outdoor landscape designs for their clients. Read More

Winter Tree Pruning Tips

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While you might think that it would harm trees and shrubs to prune them in the winter, winter is actually a very good season for tree and shrub pruning — keep in mind that some trees don’t need pruning every year and that there are best practices. There are exceptions as well, certain shrubs are best pruned after they flower because they bloom on old wood and should be pruned in early to mid summer. Learn how it helps plants to prune in winter, what to do, and what not to do. Read More