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February is known for romantic dinners, chocolate, and bouquets of flowers. Depending on the type of flower and color, a lot of meaning can be conveyed. Someone could easily confuse their love interest by giving a dozen yellow roses, which typically symbolize friendship, instead of a red or pink variety to communicate romantic love. Trees hold unique symbolism and communicate different messages depending on the variety as well. Although flowers may seem like the obvious Valentine gift, a tree could be an equally symbolic gift which lasts for much longer than a bouquet of roses.
Consider how these trees you may have in your own yard may be deeply symbolic:
If you are thinking of something smaller in size or not found in your backyard, explore these natural gift ideas:
Once you have finished shopping for your valentine’s gift, show some love to your trees and call 770-Tree-Guy for some preventative care and maintenance. Proper care each season is the best way to have your trees last for the years to come.
The trees in your yard can greatly complement your home and improve the natural beauty of your property. Not all trees are good choices regardless of how beautiful they may seem. As certified arborists, we are well-versed in the benefits and drawbacks of different trees, so we compiled a list of trees to avoid. If these problematic trees are already in your yard, the team at 770-Tree-Guy will be glad to help you minimize the negative impact through proper care and preventative measures.
If you are wondering what trees could benefit your yard, one of our arborists would be glad to evaluate your yard and help you choose the ideal trees to plant. Call 770-Tree-Guy today to schedule your consultation!
Although trees bring beauty and life outdoors year-round, the Christmas season spotlights the beauty of a tree on the inside of your home. Whether your family gets a fresh Christmas tree from a farm or uses a fake tree, a Christmas tree is a beautiful focal point for decorating, but also carries the stories and memories of the homeowner.
The Roots of Christmas Trees:
The history of the Christmas tree has been traced back to 16th century Germany, when Christians placed trees in their homes and decorated them with candles. Some historians have credited the candles to Martin Luther, the Protestant Reformer. It is said that he was inspired by the lights in the night sky. The tradition of the Christmas tree eventually was brought over by German settlers. By 1890, the tradition had spread throughout America and ornaments were being sent over from Germany. In the beginning, many Americans were decorating their trees with homemade ornaments, using fruit, nuts, and popcorn. Over the years, our candles have turned into strings of lights and our ornaments have become shatterproof, but the joy of decorating has held strong for years.
Finding Your Tree:
If your family is considering which tree would be best for your needs, our trained arborists at 770-Tree-Guy can offer some benefits and drawbacks worth mentioning. Although there are many varieties, the most popular tree varieties include:
Whether you appreciate the beauty of trees through a real or artificial Christmas tree, you are still celebrating the splendor of nature, the magic of the holiday season, and the warmth of making and sharing memories. Merry Christmas from our 770-Tree-Guy family to yours! May your holidays be warm and bright!