Category: Blog

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5 Tips to Maximize Your Curb Appeal

March 13, 2024

Whether you’re preparing to sell your home or simply sprucing up the front yard this spring, it can be hard to know where to start when it comes to making your lawn more attractive! No one wants to waste time or money investing in fruitless efforts with minimal return. Sussex Tree has the tips you need to maximize your home’s curb appeal!  Segment the Yard...

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Tips & Techniques for Tree Removal

February 22, 2024

When you really stop to consider it, chopping down a tree on your own is a seriously dangerous prospect! Variables like proximity to power lines or homes, the health and age of the tree, and chainsaws strung from ropes make tree removal treacherous. Sussex Tree has your back. Check out these tips for tree removal and always know you can call us for a free...

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Winter Lawn and Landscape Guide

February 8, 2024

Are you wondering what you should and should NOT do with your yard this winter? The cold snaps in Delaware can be hard on the trees and plants in your yard. Many homeowners are unaware of simple tasks they can do to protect their lawn investment during the colder months. The team at Sussex Tree can recommend what you should prioritize and what to avoid...

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Best Ways to Recycle Your Christmas Tree

January 2, 2024

Those who love having a fresh-cut Christmas tree through the holiday season know it's time to take down the decorations and find a place for the tree once the season ends. There are many ways to dispose of your Christmas tree to benefit your local landscape. As the holidays end, our Sussex Tree team wants to share some environmentally friendly ways to bid farewell to...

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Which Plants to Prune in Late Fall

December 8, 2023

Even as the year is coming to an end, there are still some landscaping tasks left to do. There are several types of plants to prune in late fall so that they look their best the following growing season. Most plants are past their bloom season and going dormant, and for some plants like hydrangeas and roses, it's the best time to trim off the...

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Best Landscaping Services for Residential & Commercial Properties

October 30, 2023

In addition to our tree services, we offer some of the best landscaping services for residential and commercial properties in Maryland and Delaware. Maintaining your landscape is a year-round process, and at Sussex Tree, we are here to add value and beauty to your property.  Tree Care in Sussex County, Delaware Fall is a great time to focus on caring for the trees on your...