Trees are an integral part of nature. They provide us with beauty, comfort, and value. Without them, we would have a very difficult time. We cannot live without them.
They do not merely bring shade to nature. They also prevent erosion and decrease the temperature in our surroundings. They also add value to our homes. There are many people who believe that only financial resources can save the world from the destruction caused by the environment and human creation. These are my friends who love nature.
Areas that are left bare of trees will be most susceptible to various natural disasters. Such disasters could be floods, earthquakes, landslides, hurricanes, and the likes. With trees, we are sure that such disasters will not happen. Trees absorb the heat, they shade our roofs and they improve the condition of our lives.
Man is not the only one who has the power to effect change. All living creatures are endowed with a certain power of motion and will. Nature has great wisdom and it knows what is best for its own preservation. A beautiful landscape full of trees, which is free from trees is the perfect scenario for a well-organized eco-system.
To design a landscape that will get better protection from nature, a landscape designer has to consider three factors. First is to consider the health of the trees. Another is to consider the soil, water supply and the shade provided by the trees. The third is to consider how much moisture the trees need.
Landscaping the area is a must if the trees are to survive. In fact, landscaping is an art and takes time to learn.
The first step is to rake the soil thoroughly with a long pole and dig deep and smooth trenches on the ground for the roots to grow and establish themselves. The roots will provide us with the water to sustain the trees.
Then we should sift the soil by hand. Dirt should be removed from the roots that are less than six inches below the surface. In addition, roots that are further below the surface need to be cut off to prevent them from causing erosion and trees should be planted in an open space that does not cause them to spread out. Next, we need to cover the roots in a thin layer of soil, which will keep them moist but prevent them from spreading.
Plants should be planted from south to north so that the foliage will grow towards the sun. Also, plants should be planted so that there is minimum sunlight available to them.
Outdoor plants should be planted so that they shade the ground and prevent erosion. Plants such as goldenrod, horsetail, and tulip can prevent these problems. Tulips help in breaking up the debris and fixing ditches. They also help in controlling weeds.
If you have never experienced landscaping, you will certainly enjoy a unique tree service that adds beauty to your environment. The days of removing trees and planting them on your lawn have passed. For nature and people.