If you want to move a plant or a tree from one part of your estate to another (or from one estate to another), you must do it with extreme care. If not, there is a chance it will die shortly after the move. Our experts know when it’s OK to move a plant, how to prepare it, lift it, replant it, and what to do afterward to minimize the shock of transplanting.
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Your plants and trees require some grooming from time to time, not only to continue looking gorgeous but also to stay healthy. Landcrafters’ specialists know where to look to identify any dead parts of plants and trees. That way, they can eliminate threats for people and objects, such as dead parts of a tree falling down during a heavy storm.