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Welcome to the Arbor Hill Trees Blog

Thank you for visiting our blog. Here we will share with you helpful tips and advice on keeping your existing trees and shrubs healthy, and feature some of the trees we recommend for planting in Omaha. If you have any questions, we are always ready to help. Call us at 402-895-3635.

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Autumn Blooming Cherry Trees: The Facts

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Almost everyone knows some version of the story involving George Washington and the cherry tree. However, most people don’t know much more about the cherry tree from there – including optimal conditions for growing, just how big it gets and when it’s the best time to plant for those that flower in autumn. Here are […]

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Juniper Tree Facts & Care

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The common juniper tree (Juniperus comminus) is an increasing sight in many gardens, and it’s no wonder considering that it’s a useful and practical evergreen that’s easy to take care of once it’s sprouted or transplanted from a pot to a more permanent place. Here are a few things you should know about the common […]

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Skyline Honeylocust Tree Facts

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The thornless skyline honeylocust tree has captured the hearts of arborists, community foresters and homeowners throughout America. And no wonder. This tree is easy to plant, grows fast, has reasonably strong branches, is aesthetically pleasing and is tough enough to withstand just about any urban setting. It has a distinctive pyramidal form. Develops a strong […]

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Why is Autumn the Best Time to Plant Trees?

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There are some people who just have a naturally developed instinct for when to plant what, and their plants always seem to flourish no matter what they do to them – but most of us aren’t quite that lucky, and for the rest of us, we have to put some extra planning into when to […]

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Eastern Redbud Tree Facts & Why to Plant Trees in Fall

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Eastern redbud trees can be seen in many gardens all over the United States, and now that it’s time for the seasons to change again, you might be thinking of planting one in your own garden. Here are some fascinating facts about the Eastern Redbud tree, and just why you should consider planting them around […]

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Selecting Proper Planting Area

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When it comes to planting a garden, the most important factor to consider is the location. Whether you’re planting a flower garden full of perennials or annuals, or you want to plant a garden full of vegetables that you can harvest, the location you choose is crucial. It makes all the difference in the world […]

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Magnolia Tree Facts

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Magnolia Tree are the state flowers for two states, Louisiana and Mississippi. There’s only 50 states, but there are tons of different flowers! Needless to say, magnolia flowers and the trees they grow on must be pretty spectacular. There are around 210 species of magnolia that differ in size, shape, color of the flower and […]

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Quaking Aspen Tree Facts

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Quaking aspen tree, also called trembling aspens, are named for their leaves. Flat leaves attach to branches with lengthy stalks called petioles, which quake or tremble in light breezes. It is a deciduous tree native to cooler areas of North America, one of several species referred to by the common name Aspen. If there were a Guinness […]

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Butterfly Bush BiColor Facts

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Buddleia davidii (more commonly known as the butterfly bush) is a deciduous shrub that grows quickly, requires minimal care, and blooms large flowers that grown in a spike-like formation. As the name suggests, the butterfly bush attracts all types of butterflies. While the bushes were once only available with single-colored blooms, including purple, pink, yellow, […]

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Best Shade Trees for Nebraska

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When it comes to the best shade trees to grow in Nebraska, there are a few choices you have to choose from. You want to plant the best trees possible in Nebraska, because you want them to have the ability to shade things like your back deck and the rest of your yard. But if […]

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