Posted by Tree Savvy Team
on 29 July 2019
Learn the ins and outs of lawn irrigation and effective watering.
Lawns are water guzzlers. On average, most lawns need 1 to 1.5 inches of water per week to stay lush and green. That water can come from rainfall or irrigation. How often your lawn needs a drink depends on many factors, including things like soil type, sunlight, grass type and regional climate. The list truly goes on and on. In many municipalities, water restrictions are the norm, and lawn waterin...
on 21 July 2016
Hey there! Tree Savvy has been getting busy! Thanks for all your likes, calls, questions, comments, website visits and business. Never hesitate to get in touch with us if you need more information or help! That's what we're here for. And right now, we're happy to show you one of our most recent jobs.
These clients were looking for more privacy immediately for their backyard pool area. In light of this, they selected a more mature tree. In some subdivisions a...
on 30 June 2016
Origin: Eastern North America (native in Ontario)
It seems fitting to feature this product with Canada Day this week. The Sugar Maple is the classic Canadian maple tree.
It is the sugar maple's leaf that you see on the Canadian flag and the Toronto Maple Leafs logo. Its sap is used to make maple syrup.
Read on to see if this tree would be an asset to your yard!
Description: A large, deciduous tree that can grow as ...
on 20 July 2015
Tree Savvy has just launched its new website! This coming spring, you will be able to purchase all your landscaping products online and have them delivered to your home, free of charge.
In addition to our online ordering, Tree Savvy will be offering other services such as consulting and full landscaping services.
Feel free to contact us if you have any questions about our products and services.
Stay tuned for the launch of our full catalogue!
on 16 July 2015
If you're like most avid gardeners, when the weather starts to turn milder and the days get lighter, you start itching to get out and get your hands dirty in the garden. But those early spring days are too soon for that planting we are longing to do. Here are a few tips on what you could be doing in the beginning of the season to fill your gardening desires and get started on the perfect garden for the season ahead.
1. Clean up debris. Rake up all last year's leaves that didn...