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Evergreens Turning Brown In Winter

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Proudly living up to their title, evergreens are a constant symbol of emerald beauty in our landscape. They hold on to their needles or leaves year-round and always stay green. Since evergreens retain their leaves over the winter they are susceptible to all the nasties of winter weather. They continue to use and lose water […]

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Watering Trees In The Winter

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Your trees and shrubs are dependent on you for care and watering in the winter. Watering trees in the winter is essential to a plant’s survival but watering can be confusing and no hard fast rules always apply. Healthy trees and shrubs require regular and planned irrigation, but they must not be over watered.  How water […]

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Why Choose Arbor Hills Tree Farm?

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  Arbor Hills Tree Farm is an established Family Owned business.  Serving the Omaha market since 1998 under the same name and management .  Our crews have over 20 years of combined experience in this field.  Ed the owner, is on site for most all initial consultations and installations. What makes Arbor Hills Tree Farm […]

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Gardeners’ New Year’s Resolutions

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If you’re among the almost 50 percent of Americans who statistics show make New Year’s resolutions, be sure to remember gardening when setting your goals for next year. In fact, consider putting gardening at the top of your list. Gardeners have more opportunity at this than most. Sure, everyone at least considers turning over a […]

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Linden Trees Facts & Care

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Linden trees are widely popular as excellent shade it providers. If you have a large landscape with plenty of room for a medium-to-large tree to spread its branches, consider growing a linden tree. These handsome trees have a loose canopy that produces dappled shade on the ground below, allowing in just enough sunlight for shade grasses and […]

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Arborvitae Trees Facts & Care

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A dense, narrow, evergreen shrub or small tree, arborvitae trees make a wonderful privacy screen and windbreak.  Arborvitae trees have a flat, scale-like foliage, which is usually a lush light, medium or dark green, and attractive cones. The plants typically maintain their foliage nearly all the way to the base of the trunk, giving the plants […]

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Aspen Trees Facts

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Aspen trees are a treat for the senses. Known for their bright yellow fall colors, aspen trees are one of the most popular trees in North America.  Not only is the deciduous hardwood easy on the eyes, it is also treasured for the calming melody it emits when the wind flutters its many leaves. The visual and […]

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Bald Cypress Tree Facts & Care

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Bald Cypress Tree, native to the midwest, often is found in groupings in parks and larger spaces, along streets, and around lakes.The tree is grown as an ornamental for its colorful fall foliage and can be cultivated far north of its native range. Unlike most cone-bearing trees, bald-cypress loses its needles each winter and grows a new set in spring. […]

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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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