Arbor Hills Tree Farm, LLC
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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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Will Fall Frost Hurt New Trees?

Newly planted, young trees and saplings need care and attention. The onset of winter and the potential for a light freeze makes this even more so. Trees are susceptible to the ravages of frost, cold winds, heavy snow, bitter ice, and bright sun. Ironically, snow cover can help a tree insulate against freezing temperature and […]

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How Often Should You Water Your Trees?

Trees are an asset to your property. Not only do they provide welcoming shade during the heat of summer, but they also add visual interest, beautiful colors, and they even invite friendly birds and other critters into your yard. Plus, if they are fruit trees, they can yield fresh, delicious, and nutritious food. Of course, […]

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How To Choose A Tree For Your Yard

Choosing a tree for your yard is undeniably a long-term commitment, so choosing what species fits your wants and needs is a crucial decision. Some trees can become more and more beautiful as the years go by, while others may create more problems than you anticipated. One of the first steps in deciding what tree […]

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Best Trees And Shrubs For Bees

With bees playing an essential role in our food chain and plants and trees playing an imperative role in our ecosystem, it’s important to ensure that they’re working in accordance with each other. The sheer importance of bees has become an increasingly hot topic. Their health and survival have been threatened (in part by a […]

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What Are the Best Trees for a Hammock?

Summer is just around the corner which means you can start planning and preparing for your outdoor activities. A hammock is one of the best outdoor seating options for relaxation and a nice piece of furniture for the warm weather. Hammocks are also environmentally beneficial when used with a tree-friendly suspension system. This guide will […]

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Best Shrubs for Windbreak

Shrubs are like small trees. Like trees, shrubs can also act as wind protection. They protect smaller plants and animals from the harsh, strong winds. Shrubs are ideal to use as windbreaks because they properly negate strong winds and allow soft breezes to pass. They can also be colorful and help you accentuate your garden. […]

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Landscaping with Trees

Trees are our very best friends on this earth. Trees are the sole reason why we breathe. Therefore, why not try landscaping your house with trees and nature? Learn to discover more ways on how to landscape your house with trees and fill up unused space on your land. Surrounding your house with trees makes […]

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Plants and Trees That Smell Good

Plants and trees can offer a lot of benefits to their surroundings. They are great additions to your garden or backyard, especially when spring rolls around. Not only do plants and trees help in keeping the air cool and clean, but they also make it smell nice. If you’re looking for some pleasantly-scented trees or […]

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Winter Damage to Evergreens

When most people think of evergreens, they think of a hearty tree that does not lose its leaves during the winter months. Evergreens get their name because they are green throughout all of the seasons. However, winter damage to evergreens can occur. It is important to make sure that you are properly caring for any […]

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Backyard BirdWatching Tips

When you are staring out your windows on those gray winter days, it can be easy to become discouraged. One of the ways to add some color to your backyard might just come in the form of some friendly critters with wings. Blue jays, cardinals, chickadees, and goldfinches are wonderful chirpers that likely call your […]

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