Ready to grow? Home & Garden Show has you covered
This Portland homeowner wrestled with whether to remove a beloved old tree
One of the most widely adopted hobbies and points of interest for homeowners and non-homeowners alike is that of gardening in the surrounding area outside your home. As people look to make their homes more beautiful, both inside and out, the Home & Garden Show portrays the latest trends in gardening and home decor. Although it is still early to delve right into planting new flowers and plants, being prepared and knowing exactly what you want is never a bad idea.
- A hobby that people love to undertake when they own a home is that of gardening.
- The Home & Garden show is a great place to get some ideas for what you want your garden to look like.
- The event will have the latest styles and trends that people are loving and implementing in their homes.
“It's not spring yet, but the time to prepare for that season of warmer weather and blooming flowers is now.”
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Sometimes, the things that may not seem to be of value can have enormous sentimental value for the individual attached to it, as is the case with this Portland homeowner. In struggling to decide whether he should remove a large red maple that had decades of history embedded in regards to his family, the homeowner was split on what decision to make. Although ultimately deciding to bring down the sentimental tree, it was clear that the decision was not an easy one for the man.
- Food editor, Peggy Grodinsky used one blog post to share how hard it was to destroy a tree that had sheltered her house for decades.
- When a garden columnist and friend alerted Peggy that the tree was dying, Peggy was not ready to let it go.
- Finally, on a beautiful January night, the execution of the beautiful red maple, Peggy's dear old friend, took place.
“It was a sizable tree, though not immense. It stood next to a small, shingled brown bungalow on a one-block, dead-end street in Portland, Maine.”
Read more: https://www.pressherald.com/2018/02/18/rip-red-maple/
Apple Chlorosis(noticeable by yellowed and dying leaves) is caused by an iron deficiency in the plant. It happens when there is either no little to no iron in the soil for the tree to absorb, or the iron is present in ways that can not be absorbed by the tree. Chlorosis can stunt the ability of a tree to properly photosynthesize and damages its ability to produce fruit. This condition can be remedied by treating the soil; it will take about 10 days for the affected trees to recover.
- Because pome fruit trees fall prey to many diseases, including the ravages of insects, discovering your tree’s exact problem could take some analysis.
- For example, leaf-discoloration could be due to stippling, from sucking insects.
- If, however, your apple trees are the victims of poor nutrition, due to iron- poor soil, they could get Apple Chlorosis, which will adversely affect its health and potential yield.
“Young apple leaves are discolored first and develop the condition worse than older growth.”
Read more: https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/edible/fruits/apples/apple-chlorosis-treatment.htm
If you are considering putting your house on the market or simply updating the curb appeal, it will help your home make a good first impression. There are several DIY projects that can help you obtain a new look. Sometimes all your home may need is pressure washing or updating the landscape. True Value Rental is committed to offering the best equipment for rental to help you achieve these goals.
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