Arbor Hills Tree Farm, LLC
Phone: (402) 895-3635
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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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Common Plant Diseases Treatments

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Even the healthiest gardens sometimes fall victim to plant diseases. While giving your plants plenty of room to grow and caring for them properly can help cut down on disease prevalence, there are times when a gardener will need to step in with a product control. Common Plant Diseases Plant diseases are caused by bacteria, […]

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What Is A Heucherella Plant?

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Heucherella plant is not a typo at all. It is actually a combination of Heuchera and Tiarella which makes sense as it is a cross between these two native perennials. The common name, foamy bells, is also a combination of the two common names: coral bells and foam flower respectively. The resulting plant has better resistance to rust […]

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Growing & Caring For Hostas Plants

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If you’re in an area where the landscape requires large, green, lush planting… look no further than Hostas Plants. Hostas known as plantain lilies provide an excellent foliage effect. Though mainly known for their attractive foliage, the plants also produce lovely flowers during the summer in fragrant pink, lavender, or white. Hummingbirds love the flowers. How to […]

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Heuchera vs Heucherella

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It’s the time of year when we want to incorporate Heuchera and Heucherella everywhere! With evergreen heucheras vs heucherellas, gardeners can enjoy splashes of rich color through the seasons. Heuchera vs Heucherella What’s the big difference??? Heuchera vs Heucherella What’s the difference? Heucherella – also called Foamy Bells Heucherellas are a cross between heucheras and […]

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Facts about the Chanticleer Pear Tree

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The Chanticleer Pear tree is one of the best choices you can make for your landscaping projects. Chanticleer Pear Tree Facts Omaha But you should know about Chanticleer Pear Tree Facts in Omaha before you plant it. Let’s take a look at some of the most important things to know. Extremely Adaptable One of the […]

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Beneficial Insects for Your Omaha Garden

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Beneficial insects for your Omaha garden are used to control the population of harmful insects. Especially when it comes to organic gardening. This type of gardening does not use any chemical pesticides to curb the activity of the unwanted pests. So to control these the organic gardener uses their natural predators. The trick is to […]

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Plants Attracting Pollinators In Omaha, NE

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Choosing the right plant material is a good start for a pollinator-friendly landscape. Since pollen is the main food source for pollinators, knowing the bloom time and making sure those flowering times overlap and extend through the growing season is also important. Who are the Pollinators In Omaha, NE? Pollinators come in many sizes, shapes, […]

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Signs that Reveal the Health of Your Trees

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Trees play an important part in the landscape of your Omaha home. They provide shade, add beautiful color, welcome wildlife, and add visual appeal. Healthy trees are an asset to your property; however, if they’re unhealthy, they can be a liability. Signs that Reveal the Healthy Trees in Omaha, NE Trees can be affected by […]

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Why Your Omaha Trees Need Regular Care

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When it comes to the trees in your yard in Omaha, you may think that they will simply take care of themselves and you do not need to really worry about them. However, just like other plants it is important to make sure that you are properly caring for the trees in your yard. Keep […]

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Planting Fragrant Plants

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Planting fragrant plants should be no accident. While we don’t suggest over-whelming your garden with dozens of scents whirling the air, a few aromatic plants tucked here and there helps draw in the visitor. If you plant scented foliage in your flowerbed gardens, the leaves could very well smell just as good after they are […]

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