We’re huge fans of changing seasons here at Fielding Tree, but we’re also a big fan of Tax Refund Season!
April 15th has come and gone which means many of us are expecting a nice refund check from Uncle Sam. Reinvesting your tax refund back into your landscaping can add both beauty and value to your property. Here are seven ways you can put your tax refund to good use with trees and shrubs.
It’s mid-March here in beautiful Denver and that means spring cleaning for your trees and shrubs. You can give your trees and shrubs plenty of open, cleared-up space for future spring growth with just an hour or two of your time. Spring cleaning also helps remove potential disease and high-risk areas. Fielding Tree and Shrub Care has created our official spring cleaning checklist to help your trees and shrubs look their best for a new year ahead!
You wouldn’t hire just anybody to do major surgery, would you? Just because someone claims to be a doctor doesn’t mean they’re the right type of doctor. A dentist may know how to replace a crown, but they’d do a terrible job on a knee replacement. You also wouldn’t assume any doctor is automatically a good doctor until you get to know them and see their work.
The same principle is true when it comes to caring for your trees.