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Preventing Winter Animal Damage

Posted by Ryan Lawn & Tree

Dec 28, 2015 8:00:00 AM

Deer_Picture.jpgWinter is a tricky time for your landscape. When the temperature falls, the risk of plant damage grows. But many people fail to realize that some damage may not come from the weather, but from animals. Several animals, such as deer, voles and rabbits can take a literal bite out of your landscape. So what can be done about it?

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Topics: Snow, tree, animals, winter, deer, yard, Trees

All firewood burns the same, right? Wrong!

Posted by Ryan Lawn & Tree

Dec 23, 2015 8:00:00 AM

Fireplace.jpgOne of the last things people think about during the winter months is, am I burning the right type of wood? Is there even a noticeable difference between different kinds? There answer is resounding YES! Choosing the right kind of wood for your fireplace is essential in keeping your fire hot and strong, as well as diminishing the risk of chimney fires.

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Topics: Ryan Lawn & Tree, Ryan Lawn and Tree, tree, winter, heat, firewood, holidays

4 strangely useful winter lawn care tips

Posted by Ryan Lawn & Tree

Dec 11, 2015 8:00:00 AM


As the winter cold sets in, many homeowners assume their yard work duties have concluded for the year, when in fact, winter can be the ideal time to prepare for next year’s growing season.

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Topics: Landscape Maintenance, mowing, Snow, Winter Storm, landscape, Shrubs, Lawncare

Real or Artificial Christmas Tree?

Posted by Ryan Lawn & Tree

Dec 9, 2015 8:00:00 AM

Christmas_Tree.jpgChristmas is upon us and so is the age old debate, do you go with a real or artificial Christmas tree? Since 2004, America has slowly been purchasing more artificial trees than real. In 2004, 27.1 million real evergreens were sold, to only 9 million artificial. In 2014, real tree sales dipped to 26.3, while artificial jumped to 13.9 million trees sold.  But one thing that can’t be so easily calculated is what the environmental effect that buying an artificial tree has.

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Topics: tree, winter, holidays

How do snow and ice affect your landscape?

Posted by Ryan Lawn & Tree

Dec 7, 2015 8:00:00 AM

Snow-1.jpgYou’ve taken great care of your lawn all year; you’ve planted, seeded, and mowed to keep your landscape looking great. But now that winter is here, is everything you’ve done for naught? Will snow and ice make all that hard work a waste? If so, what can you do about it?

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Topics: Landscape Maintenance, Ryan Lawn & Tree, Snow, Ryan Lawn and Tree, landscape

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