Because your trees are often large and old it is important, and in most cases more cost effective, to apply preventative tree care and health and safety problems from occurring.
Unlike people, your trees do not heal. When persons are hurt they generate new tissue to fix or repair the problem.
Pruning can help or injure your tree. Good pruning is one of the most important things you can do for your trees health and safety.
The May guide to gardening is focused on autumn, a beautiful season with colours and berries will be at their peak.
June guide to gardening. Now is the appropriate time to plant ornamental shrubs such as roses.
The August guide to gardening discuss a Windy month, but one full of excitement!
This is a good time to plant new lawns. Cape Royal is a good, tough grass and do not take the world as consuming as Kikuyu.
It is now the Christmas season, and there will not be many opportunities to garden before the Christmas season is over.
The January guide to gardening discuss the warm weather this month that is generally not suitable for sowing and planting, but if shade can be provided, the annual plants that bloom in winter are sown now.
List of Protected Tree Species under the National Forest Act, 1998 (Act No. 84 of 1998)
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