North Georgia Lawn can help you protect your trees and shrubs from diseases and insect infestations. This article talks about two common diseases that affect our beloved Georgia trees, Black Knot and Powdery Mildew.
Pollinators are an important part of our ecosystem. Without them, you wouldn't have a garden to brag about or beautiful flowers to pick. By attracting pollinators to your garden you can ensure fast and year-long blooms.
To many Georgia homeowners, trees are an intrical part of their landscapes. They don’t just provide shade and boost curb appeal, but they can actually increase the value of your home. We usually don’t think much of tree care since trees seem to be able to take care of themselves, but without proper maintenance, trees can become vulnerable to a number of issues such as pests, disease, and stress from the environment. Effective tree care in Georgia starts in the early spring. To ensure that your trees remain healthy, here are some helpful spring tree care tips.