How To Trim a Weeping Cherry Tree

Getting out the clippers and preparing to prune a weeping cherry can inspire apprehension in any homeowner. There are so many branches! Where do you start? How do you prune a weeping cherry tree?  If you find yourself in the situation of needing to prune your weeping...
How To Stop Tree Roots From Growing Back

How To Stop Tree Roots From Growing Back

Keeping tree roots from growing back is one of the most annoying landscaping tasks a homeowner has. Getting tree roots under control takes diligent work and careful attention to detail. Ready to get started? Continue reading to learn how to stop tree roots from...
Saving a Dying Pine Tree and Care For Them

Saving a Dying Pine Tree and Care For Them

Pine trees are some of the hardiest plants available and generally require little-to-no maintenance. So what are you supposed to do when you’re faced with a dying pine tree? From the tree experts here at Lineage Tree Care, this blog post will help you figure out why...
How To Get Rid of Carpenter Ants in Trees

How To Get Rid of Carpenter Ants in Trees

Carpenter ants are annoying pests that build nests quickly, chew through wood, and cause lots of internal damage to trees and other plants in your beautiful landscape.  Due to their being very diligent workers, carpenter ants can tunnel through tree bark and kill your...
How Much Does Tree Trimming Cost?

How Much Does Tree Trimming Cost?

Tree trimming is one of the best ways to get a fuller, healthier, and more aesthetically pleasing landscape. Whether your reasons for needing tree trimming services are aesthetic or practical, contact Lineage Tree Care today. Our team of professionals would be happy...
What To Do With Stump Grinding Debris?

What To Do With Stump Grinding Debris?

When designing and maintaining the perfect landscape, there are certain tough jobs that need to be done. One of these is chopping down old or unsightly trees. Once this is done, however, you’re left with a new problem in the form of a stump. Getting rid of this...