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NORCROSS, GA, December 04, 2012 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Atlanta tree service Yellow Ribbon Tree Experts would like to take some time to discuss some of the basic facts about pine trees for the benefit of those with pine trees growing in their yards.
There are many different types of pine trees (approximately 115 species), but they can be generalized as evergreen, coniferous trees, or sometimes shrubs. Most have thick, scaly bark, thickly growing needles, and very long lives (the oldest is well over 4,500 years old!).
Pine trees tend to grow best in more acidic soils that are sandy and well-drained. They are particularly popular in landscaping because they stay beautiful and green all year round and have a very pleasant, fresh scent to their needles.
Because they tend to grow very thick and bushy, pine trees often will look much nicer with regular trimming. If you have pine trees in your yard, it is a good idea to have an Atlanta arborist do some regular trimming, in addition to the tree winterization that you should get annually.
"Pine trees are fantastic for tree lovers like us because they always keep their foliage," explains Gary Robertson, owner of Yellow Ribbon Tree Experts. "They are typically very hardy, but they can require some looking after. Needle casting, root rot, and beetle infestations are just of few issues that they can be vulnerable to."
Yellow Ribbon Tree Experts has got the expertise to handle your Atlanta tree trimming and tree service needs. They are licensed and insured, members of the International Society of Arboriculture, and always dedicated to customer satisfaction.
To learn more about the Atlanta tree services offered by Yellow Ribbon Tree Experts, please visit http://www.yellowribbontree.com.
About Yellow Ribbon Tree Experts:
Yellow Ribbon Tree Experts specializes in Atlanta tree removal and uses only the best arboricultural practices. Yellow Ribbon Tree Experts is licensed and insured, and a member of the International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) and the Tree Care Industry Association.
For more information, visit: http://www.yellowribbontree.com.
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