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Cherry Tree Borer Damage – How To Control Cherry Tree Borers

There are two types of borers that commonly infest cherry trees: the peach tree borer and the shothole borer. Unfortunately, both types of cherry tree wood borers can be difficult to control. Learn more about these unwanted pests here.

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Peach Tree Borers: How To Control Peach Tree Borers

Tips For Peach Tree Borer Control - One of the most destructive pests to peach trees is the peach borer. These pests feed under the bark of trees, weakening them and leading to death. Read here to learn how to control peach tree borers.

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Fertilizing Apple Trees In The Garden: Learn About Fertilizer For Apples

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Cherry trees are a good choice for home fruit production, but pests can sometimes be a problem. Here's how we planted our cherry trees using a permaculture guild - a combination of plants that works together to produce more healthy cherries.

Cherry trees are a good choice for home fruit production, but pests can sometimes be a problem. Here's how we planted our cherry trees using a permaculture guild - a combination of plants that works together to produce more healthy cherries.

Living Wall: Pleaching or plashing was common in gardens from the late Middle Ages until the 18th century. This technique is a kind of weaving of the branches of deciduous trees or shrubs to form a living fence. Sometimes branches woven together grow together, a natural grafting known as inosculation. #Gardens #Living_Wall

from The Garden Glove

How (and When) to Prune Trees

How to Prune a Tree! Clean Cut Tree Experts is one of the premier tree service companies in Michigan serving both residential and commercial properties! Call or visit today!

Crepe Myrtle -The early springtime this year has changed the bloom schedule for everything, but it's all still beautiful! I love the "snow" the flowers create as they drop... one last chance to enjoy them in a new way as they linger with us.

Grapes can be trained into patio trees

from The Prairie Homestead

Planning an Orchard for Your Homestead

It takes some care but having your own fruits is FREE and healthy. Picked when ripe, and not before. Yum! They can generate income and as well as reduced the jacked up prices at grocery store due to interstate shipping. Find some heirloom cultivars!