When you have a tree that large, its root mass is also very large-.
Apr 28, As long as you do not spray weed & feeds, or herbicides; All yard waste can go into a compost bin. Any herbivor manure can go into a compost bin. If you can run it through a grinder, okay. But the pruning trees in april is not only woody, it is oil-rich/resinous and so.
Aug 02, Question: I have moved into a house with a large cedar tree in the back yard. This tree is dropping what seems to be needles. I do want it for the shade. Is there anything I should be doing for it?Estimated Reading Time: 2 mins. You should be fine leaving the droppings from your cedar trees under the hedge to act as a natural mulch. As cedars thrive in moist conditions and, you indicate that your hedge is healthy, it is unlikely that leaving the droppings to break down naturally is a fire hazard.
May 22, Mulching anything that does not enjoy an acid soil with needles is a bad idea.
I'd mix in a bag of earthworm dirt with the needles to make a really fantastic mulch for your berries. Incidentally, strawberries love a nice needle mulch, and they don't mind my cedars. Jul 30, Read on to learn what they are, how they happen and why they may affect your crabapple or apple tree next! Cedar Apple and Juniper Rust Fungus: What It Is and The Treatment to Stop It. This type of fungus needs two host trees. So, the disease first develops on a juniper, also called a red cedar, then spreads to apple or crabapple trees.
Oct 13, Cedar hedge repair is important. Pruning is a huge part of keeping trees in tip-top shape, especially when it comes to saving your cedars. Prune away any dead or damaged twigs and branches. Also, make sure to destroy the clippings to help prevent any possible diseases from spreading to other.
Add soil and start planting. If the tree stump is still in tact, carve out a basin at least a few inches deep and fill it with quality garden soil. If the bottom of your new"pot" holds water.