Category: Environmental Disorders

Repairing Snow-Damaged Cedars

Posted by shane - December 23, 2014 - Environmental Disorders, Pruning Techniques

After a winter of heavy snowfall, cedars can be unsightly in the spring.  Don’t despair, they can be repaired. The example in the picture is in south Edmonton.  The snow loaded down the branches on this shrub so much that the owners had a hard time getting in and out of their front door. The […]

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I Can’t Grow Grass Under My Spruce Tree!

Posted by shane - July 3, 2011 - Environmental Disorders, Insects, Diseases & Other Problems, Weeds

No kidding!  You know, this is one of the top 5 comments I hear all year, from various would-be clients.  It seems that most people have at least one big spruce tree in their yard, and more often than not, people try to do the impossible.  They attempt to grow beautiful Kentucky bluegrass under the […]

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Leaves Turning Yellow in Summer? You Might Have Iron Chlorosis

Posted by shane - July 25, 2010 - Environmental Disorders, Insects, Diseases & Other Problems Read More