Summer Tree Care Guide: Keeping Your Trees Healthy and Thriving

The summer season brings warmth, sunshine, and vibrant growth to our surroundings. It’s also a critical time for tree care, as trees face unique challenges during this period. To ensure the health and vitality of your trees, it’s essential to provide proper care and attention throughout the summer months. Here are some tips on how… Read more »

Wholesale Trees and Shrubs: Enhancing Commercial Spaces with Greenery

In today’s bustling commercial world, creating inviting and aesthetically pleasing environments is essential for attracting customers, increasing employee satisfaction, and promoting a positive brand image. One of the most effective ways to transform commercial spaces is by incorporating wholesale trees and shrubs. With their beauty, functionality, and environmental benefits, these green wonders can breathe life… Read more »

Planting Trees to Create a Beautiful Landscape

Planting trees on your property can be a beneficial for many different reasons. If you don’t have any trees on your property at this point, it could look a little bare. Adding trees to your property can create a beautiful landscape. Trees make the world go round. Our planet is filled with forests including trees… Read more »

Trees to Plant on Your Property in the Spring

It’s time to start thinking about what you’re going to plant on your property this year. Every spring season, homeowners look forward to spring cleanup around their yard, but it’s also good to consider new and healthy trees to plant on your property to enhance the look. Here are some trees you should consider planting… Read more »

Reasons to Buy Plants From a Wholesale Nursery

Cold Stream Farm is a wholesale/retail bare root tree and shrub nursery in Michigan. What are the benefits of buying plants from a wholesale nursery rather than a corporate store? Quality First, consider the quality. Big box stores treat their merchandise poorly. It doesn’t receive the attention and care that a wholesale nursery gives… so… Read more »

Planting Trees and the Effects on Your Property

Many homes across America have trees either in their back or front yards. We see them every day when we leave, we clean up when leaves or branches when they fall, but have you ever taken the time to think about the real value they bring to your home? For starters, trees provide us with… Read more »

Why Composting is Beneficial for Your Garden and the Environment

As we get into the month of November, you’re probably putting away your lawn tools and gardening equipment for the winter season. Even though we’re finishing up our lawn chores and landscaping tasks, we can still maintain our gardens in different ways during the off-season. Composting is a great way to recycle your food waste… Read more »

Winterizing Your Garden

As the Fall season begins its full swing of weather change, our gardens and yards will start to look different. The Fall season is the time of year where we start to think about how we can get our gardens ready for the winter season. In the Northern United States, our Fall starts sooner than… Read more »

How to Help Save The Bees in Today’s Environmental Landscape

With environmental issues on the rise, it is important to do everything possible to help conservation efforts. It is no secret that the bee population has been on the decline, and we should understand that this is an issue for the preservation of our wildlife. It’s understandable that many of us find bees to be… Read more »

Essential Fall Gardening Tips

Summer is nearing its end which means it is time for fall garden preparations. There are many steps you must take during this time to ensure the health and longevity of your garden. Colder months are ahead, and it is time to prepare your lawn and landscaping. To make sure your landscape is ready, make… Read more »

Plan Accordingly When Planting Trees

Although the best time for planting trees is late winter or early spring, many people plant trees in autumn. As we near the end of August, the temperature will begin to cool and our thoughts will focus on preparing our kids for back to school, the seemingly endless parade of holidays and doing last minute… Read more »