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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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Japanese Maple Trees Information

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Japanese maple trees add grace and beauty through the seasons. While the Bloodgood Japanese maple is a tried-and-true specimen, consider some of our favorite varieties, including dwarf Japanese maple, that feature a spectacle of vibrant leaf color. Japanese Maple Trees Facts This is an ornamental tree, typically planted for the visual interest and beauty it […]

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Best Winter Trees To Plant

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One tree does not have a particular advantage over the other. This time of the year most deciduous trees (trees with leaves) go into dormancy, and that is the best time to field dig and plant winter trees before the ground freezes. The concept is to plant winter trees when it is dormant so all […]

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Fall Season Tree Planting

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As the leaves begin to change, and jack-o-lanterns begin to appear on our neighbor’s porches, it is safe to say the fall season has begun. With Autumn’s cooler weather and crisp mornings, planting in the fall can produce a plentiful garden and harvest. Are you wondering what trees to plant in the fall season? Most […]

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Colorado Blue Spruce Tree Facts

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The Colorado blue spruce tree, whose scientific name is Picea punguns, is a popular evergreen tree used by many homeowners throughout the United States as a landscaping tree. As known simply as the blue spruce, the Colorado blue spruce tree makes a great windbreak, screen, or border tree on your property because of its large […]

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Best Flowers For Allergies

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Does plant pollen trigger your allergies? Allergies have been a bane to mankind for a long, long time, and the issue shows no sign of letting up. As a matter of fact, for many, it is getting worse. If flower allergies are keeping you from enjoying your garden don’t fret. There are many flowers that you […]

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How To Care For Your Bulbs?

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Bulbs are perhaps one of the most valuable and productive friends a flower gardener can have. Cared for properly, they seem to automatically provide life and color. But after bulbs finish flowering, there’s the ugly aftermath. Faded, collapsed petals; wilted and yellowing leaves and stems. What’s a gardener to do? Here are tips to keeping your […]

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Storm Damaged Trees

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I think we can all agree that none of us were expecting the severe winds, tornadoes, and the big storm we experienced this past weekend! When tree damage occurs at your house, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed or unsure about how to proceed. You can manage your trees after a storm by following the procedure […]

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Chanticleer Pear Tree Facts

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Facts on Chanticleer Pear Tree The chanticleer pear tree is categorized as an upright pyramidal ornamental pear tree. The tree is well known for its easy maintenance and high tolerance for cold weather. It isn’t very large nor is the fruit that it bears, making it an ideal addition to your yard. Moreover, the spring […]

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Planting Trees Beneath Power Lines

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Planting Trees Beneath Power Lines In our increasingly wireless world, it may be easy to forget there are still wires running cross country delivering power – and some may run right through your yard. Whether the power company has had to remove your too-tall trees or whether you are planting under overhead utility wires for […]

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Niobe Gold Weeping Willow Trees

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Niobe Gold Weeping Willow Trees Niobe Gold Weeping Willow Trees are one of the more interesting of the weeping willows. Also known as Niobe Golden, this weeping willow produces a more upright weeping branch structure that starts out as a soft golden color deepening to a brilliant yellow bark during the winter months. The long narrow […]

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