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5 More Drought-Tolerant Trees for Your Yard

5 More Drought-Tolerant Trees for Your Yard

Summer may seem like it’s far off, but the rain must stop sometime, and the sun will come back to us eventually. Summers have been trending longer and warmer here in the Pacific Northwest. If you’re planning to plant a new tree in your yard this year, a...
5 of the Best Bushes for in Front of Your House

5 of the Best Bushes for in Front of Your House

Let’s face it—no one likes looking at a dull yard. The good news is that planting bushes can give your yard an instant facelift. Apart from adding an aesthetic value to your house, landscaping the yard with bushes can also add to the value of the overall property—by...
What Are Pinyon Trees?

What Are Pinyon Trees?

Pinyon trees are also commonly known as pinyon pine. There are two species of pinyon pine: Pinus edulis (two-needle pinyon) and Pinus monophylla (single-leaf pinyon). Pinyon trees can live in warm and dry desert climates as well as cold and dry mountainous climates....
5 Trees to Plant in the Spring

5 Trees to Plant in the Spring

When you think of the spring season, what do you think of? For many, beautiful trees and flowers blooming come to mind. If this is what you want for your home, you should think about planting trees in your yard that everyone can see and enjoy. Whether you already have...
What Trees Is Oregon Known For?

What Trees Is Oregon Known For?

When you think of what Oregon is known for, do trees come to your mind? We hope so! Oregon hardiness zones are expansive and range from 4B to 9B, which means that a lot of different varieties of trees can grow throughout the state. Additionally, with almost half of...