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What Grows Under Oak Trees?

Oak trees provide ample amounts of shade beneath their green leafy canopies. You may find that the natural grasses in your yard tend to die out underneath your oak tree, or that patches of grass and weeds grow sparsely. So, you may be wondering: what grows under oak trees? Are there any shrubs or ground … Read more

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What Animals Eat Oak Trees?

Oak trees are sturdy, beautiful plants. But did you know that hundreds of wildlife species depend on oak trees for survival? Read on to learn more about what animals eat oak trees, the various species that depend on oaks for shelter and survival, and what to do if oak pests are getting out of control. … Read more

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When Do Oak Trees Bloom?

Where do acorns come from? We all know they develop on oak trees, but what causes them to start growing in the first place? The answer is, they develop from oak tree flowers. Chances are, you may have seen an oak tree in bloom and not even realized it. So, when do oak trees bloom? … Read more

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When Do Oak Trees Produce Acorns?

If you have oak trees on your property, you know that their yearly acorn crops can be highly unpredictable. Some years you may have a bumper crop of acorns that you don’t know what to do with, while other years there aren’t even enough acorns to support a starving squirrel. So, exactly when do oak … Read more

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How To Grow Oak Trees From Acorns?

Oak trees are strong, beautiful trees that grow natively in a variety of habitats. Did you know that with just a little bit of time and luck, you can grow your own oak trees? In this article, we’ll discuss all you need to know about how to grow oak trees from acorns.  How Do You … Read more

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How To Stop Squirrels From Eating Maple Tree?

Squirrels are a common sight in many backyards and forests around the country, and they may be snacking on more than just your bird seed. If you’ve been noticing chunks of bark missing or twigs being chewed off your maple tree, squirrels may be to blame. Read on to learn more about how to stop … Read more

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How To Save A Dying Maple Tree?

Has your maple tree been looking sick lately? Maybe you’ve noticed a lot of dead branches or changes in the leaves. There are many different things that may cause a maple tree to become sick or die. Read on to learn more about how to save a dying maple tree. How Do I Know If … Read more

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How To Prune A Maple Tree: A Simple Guide

Proper pruning is important for removing problem branches and helping young trees grow strong and shapely. So how do you prune a maple tree? Keep reading to find out. When to Prune a Maple Tree There are disagreements as to when is the best time to prune a maple tree. Generally, deciduous trees are pruned … Read more

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How To Grow A Maple Tree: A Simple Guide

There are many species of maple tree that grow in a variety of soil types. Some make excellent shade trees, others are beautiful ornamentals, and still others will allow you to make your own maple syrup at home. Read on to learn more about how to grow a maple tree.  How to Start a Maple … Read more

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How To Tap A Maple Tree For Syrup?

Ever thought of making maple syrup at home? You may think it’s impossible to collect enough sap to make it worth your while, but you’d be surprised at just how much sap will come out of each tree! In this article, we’ll discuss everything you need to know about how to tap a maple tree … Read more

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