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After we moved into a new home, I realized that the trees out front needed some serious attention. They were overgrown, tired-looking, and a little dangerous, so I started working with professional arborists to have them trimmed. It was a lot of work, but before we knew it, things had really improved. By the time they were finished pruning the branches, the trees didn't block the view of our home and we really felt like they would bloom better in the spring. Check out this blog for more information that could help you to keep your trees happy and healthy.

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Get Ready To Create A Backyard Garden With A Tree Removal Service

As a homeowner, you may plan to grow and transform your home over the years. You may want to work on long-term projects that can bring satisfaction and joy to your family. A backyard garden is an excellent option because your whole family can work on it together. You will be able to grow flowers for decoration and herbs and vegetables for homemade cooking.

To get ready for this kind of project, you may need to invest in a tree removal service. Knowing how a tree can cause problems for a garden will help you get this service for the right reasons.

Roots

Shallow tree roots are easy to see while looking around the backyard. A smart plan is to keep roots from getting close enough to your garden that it can cause harm to plants. A tree expert can tell you whether a tree's roots are finished expanding or will continue to invade nearby.

The trickier root problem to identify is depth growth. You may not be able to see deep roots from the surface, but they can steal water from your garden and harm other plants' roots. A professional inspection is worth getting to determine whether deep roots are a potential issue.

Shade

Some plants want shade or minimal sun for optimal growth. However, many plants want some or a ton of direct sunlight for healthy growth. You may know exactly where you plan to put your garden, and a nearby tree of yours may cast a ton of shade over the space. Trimming the tree will provide a temporary solution because it will reduce the count of branches and leaves.

A permanent solution is to remove the tree to get rid of all shade altogether. Figure out what plants you want to grow and determine how much direct and indirect sunlight they need. Then, you can monitor the area over a couple of weeks to learn about the daily sunlight hours. This should give you enough information to conclude whether a tree removal service is necessary.

Debris

Debris is a potential concern for gardening because leaves, seeds, twigs, and branches can fall and either harm plants on impact or smother them. Some trees have weak branches, such as silver maple, Siberian elm, boxelder, weeping willow, and tulip poplars. These trees are often worth removing because their falling branches can harm your garden plants.

Removing a tree for these reasons will get you ready to create a safe and thriving garden. Contact a local tree removal service to learn more.