The leaves of the red maple tree turn a vibrant orange/red in the fall.
Grass plugs can be used instead of seed to repair areas of your lawn. These are commonly used on golf courses to repair greens and tees.
Golf course landscape design showing both evergreen and deciduous trees in the fall.
Honey locust trees tower over an ornamental wooden gazebo feature in this garden design.
Maple tree leaves change color to red and orange in the fall.
Here, blue spruce trees have been planted as a pair in this landscape design.
Young cypress trees have been recently planted and are staked for additional support until roots become established.
Pears, the fruit of the pear tree, are ripening on the tree.
Tent caterpillars are a distinctive tree pest, that spin large webs across multiple branches of apple and other fruit trees.
Now is the perfect time to go for a drive to see all the beautiful fall colors.
Maple trees are turning striking orange and red before they lose their leaves in winter.
This wooden osprey nesting platform is currently vacant!
This photo shows the compound leaf of the ash tree laying on an old tree stump.
Pyramidal cedars are commonly used as a privacy screen in landscape design.
The Colorado blue spruce is a popular evergreen tree used by homeowners as a landscape tree.
This piece of driftwood that washed up on the shore somewhat resembles a wishbone.
These wooden purple martin birdhouses are painted white to reflect the heat, keeping the house cool in hot temperatures.
White spruce trees (Picea glauca) are evergreen trees that are native to North America.
Ash tree seeds from the white ash tree type.
Black Locust (Robinia pseudoacacia) are fast growing trees which are ideal for timber, veneer and wood pellets.
These wood utility poles can be seen along residential streets and are used to carry electricity, telephone and cable services to our homes.
Southern yellow pine is the most widely used species in the United States. Other species include Douglas Fir, Jack Pine, Lodge Pole Pine, Western Red Cedar, and Pacific Silver Fir.
Old cedar tree trunk washed up on the shores of Wolfe Island.
This photo catches the purple phlox in sunlight creating a striking contrast to the dark background.
Many companies choose a tree type as the logo for their business. On this sign, the pine tree is depicted as an image and the word “Pines” is used in the name.
A variety of trees line the river bank. Boating is a popular way to enjoy our scenic waterways.