In this Palo Alto Online column, George Reno from Davey's Menlo Park office shares advice to help homeowner's landscapes look their best this spring.

Posted: March 12, 2024

With longer days, warmer weather and wildflowers coming into bloom, spring is

 typically the time of year when people start thinking about their gardens, including adding trees to their landscape. 

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Since many trees live well-past 100 years, planting one can be a long-term commitment. That’s why it’s important to do plenty of research and preparation: Spring planting is all about picking the right trees, planting them carefully and sticking to a good maintenance routine.  To help you get started, here are some important tips to remember when considering planting in the spring months.

To read George's tips, click here.

For more information, contact the Menlo Park Davey office.

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