It comes as no surprise that the Lower Mainland can experience harsh temperature changes this time of year! Stormy winters can be disastrous for evergreens, as their needles hold a lot of snow and ice. We at Fraser Valley Cedars want to remind you to take proactive steps to maintain the health and wellbeing of your hedges during winter and beyond. Here are some ways to protect your cedars during the cold season.
Wondering how to create a stunning natural landscape? Whether your yard just needs a few new plantings or a complete hedge overhaul, it can be a challenge choosing the right variety for your property. Before you make your final choice, remember, as pretty as you want your landscape to look, it also needs to be functional.
Read on to learn why cedar trees for hedges make supernatural landscapes.
Beautiful, low maintenance, and versatile, cedar hedges are favourites throughout the Lower Mainland. But as resilient as these popular evergreens are, they can die prematurely. Is it something you did or didn’t do? Could it be the environment? To keep your cedar hedges healthy and vibrant for generations to come, here are some fatal foliage factors to watch out for.
Like you, folks in Langley simply love their landscape. Be it pulling weeds, mowing the lawn, or tending to the garden, they do everything under the sun (and rain) to keep their outdoor oasis looking its best. With all those backyard duties on the go, are you neglecting your cedars?
To keep your trees healthy, happy, and beautiful, the experts at Fraser Valley Cedars have rounded up some important reasons for routine tree trimming.
Read on to learn all the great advantages of trimming your cedar trees in Langley.
Brandon Cedars make amazing vertical accents, breathtaking hedges, and stunning privacy screens in any landscape. With its soft and dense green foliage year-round, it is easy to see what sets these evergreens apart from other foliage options. But sometimes browning can happen.
Are your Brandon cedars turning brown? Our cedar pros share why some of your evergreens aren’t living up to their name.
Privacy, curb appeal, and noise buffering benefits—we all know the amazing advantages of adding cedars to our landscapes. But did you also know that this terrific tree has natural pest-punishing powers? It’s true! Cedars do a whole lot more than provide shade and beauty to your property, they also help keep creepy crawlies at bay.
Searching for ways to prevent insects from taking over your property? Read on to learn the reasons why cedar is nature’s answer to pest control.
Keeping viruses at bay is a major concern these days. And while we are all taking the necessary preventative measures like frequent hand washing, coughing into our elbows, and social distancing, it might be a good time to consider the health of your cedars too.
Fantastically fragrant, hardy, and sturdy—it is easy to see why cedars are common landscape features across Chilliwack. But as resilient as they are, cedar trees are also susceptible to a host of ailments, some of which can quickly spread through your hedges, causing severe problems. Here are some of the common diseases that affect cedar hedges in Chilliwack and what you can do to protect them.
Trimming your cedars isn’t always easy. Improper techniques and grungy tools can seriously harm hedges. So, it is important to get a handle on what to do before you reach for those trimmers. Done right, you will not only create fuller, sturdier hedges but also boost curb appeal, shaping your cedars to perfection.
Want to keep your hedges healthy, happy, and looking great in BC? Here’s our take on how to properly prune your cedars like a pro.
At Fraser Valley Cedars, we know how much you love your landscape—and your cedars. That is why we put together this handy guide on how to tend to your cedar trees. Read on to learn what steps you should take to keep your foliage fantastic all year long.
Shorter days, a chill in the air, tumbling leaves…fall is in full form. Before you know it, the autumn months will hearken winter, slowing the growing activity in your garden to a grinding halt. If you haven’t already, now is the perfect time to prep your plants for the long slumber ahead. To ensure a wonderful wake in the spring, read on to learn how to get your garden ready for winter.