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From Roots to Rainbow: How Multiple Tree Species Can Fill Your Garden With Colour

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It is quite common to see the same species of tree grouped together in an urban setting, such as the row of brush box trees in Avenue Road, Sydney. Using the same tree species is useful if you intend to create a privacy screen or shaded path. A row of pencil pines, for example, would be ideal for this purpose. However, if you’ve ever walked through a wood of deciduous trees in spring or autumn, you’ll know just how breathtaking the array of colours on display can be.…

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Can You Behead a Tree Without Killing It?

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Trees never stop growing. In fact, a study in 2014 discovered that as trees age, their growth accelerates! This means that even if you have an ancient tree in your yard, unlike an old human, it will continue to grow in size. It won’t grow taller, but it will continue to bulk up, growing more branches and leaves. Unfortunately, this means that trees can sometimes become so big that they leave homes in darkness and block the warmth and light of the sun.…

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No Fun in Palm Tree Fungi: Why Your Palm Tree Is Rotting

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Has your palm tree begun to deteriorate? Are its leaves or trunk showing signs of rot? If so, your palm tree may have fallen victim to a fungal disease. In Australia, there are several species of fungus that can attack and eventually kill palm trees. The worst three of those offenders will be covered in this article along with ways that you can avoid spreading a fungal disease. Palm Tree Fusarium Wilt…

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