Spring Tree Planting

Spring Tree Planting Mario from Newlands Tree Surgeons says: Although container grown trees can be planted at any time of year, bare root tree are best planted in late Winter or early Spring. Bareroot and rootballed trees are usually still dormant but with the warmer spring weather and regular watering they will establish well. Most types Read More …

Looking after your trees in winter

Looking after your trees in winter Cold Weather Stress The storms, ice and rapid temperature fluctuations above and below zero temperatures characteristic of winter weather take their toll on trees across many parts of the UK especially here in Scotland. Species of tree native to colder regions, this is a stressful time.   This is particularly Read More …

Take advantage of your tree leaves

Mulch your leaves Fallen tree leaves are a valuable resource throughout your gardening year. Most leaves will make a great mulch for your garden borders and vegetable patches.  Start by cutting your grass, collect fallen leaves, rake them onto your lawn and run over them with your lawnmower. Doing this will break down the leaves Read More …

Autumn brings the falling of leaves and cool days……

Mario – Newlands Tree Surgeons says:After a superbly warm Summer which has been great for gardeners, tree leaves are now changing to the beautiful colour palette of Autumn. As colder weather approaches leaves are dropping and now is now is the time for Autumn pruning. Fruit trees especially benefit from Autumn pruning to give a Read More …