Monthly Archives: February 2011

Acer Palmatum ‘Shishigashira’ Lion’s Head Maple

A Unique Find! 5-6″ caliper, 15′ tall

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An Ingenious Solution To Saving Trees In Suncadia

August/September 2007 SunTimes: They hated to lose the beautiful native trees established on their building envelope. Once the trees were cut down, the cost involved in re-landscaping appeared prohibitive. That’s when Fred Mattison’s ingenuity took over. The Mattison’s located and … Continue reading

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Angelina Jolie Buys Brad Pitt $18,500 Tree For Valentine’s Day

Angelina Jolie gave Brad Pitt an $18,500 tree for Valentine’s Day, the UK Sun is reporting. Jolie, 34, plans to plant the 200-year-old olive tree at their $60 million estate in the south of France.

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Big Trees Supports Award Winning Designers

Big Trees supported these award winning designers & landscape professionals by supplying trees for their displays. Mill Creek Landscape Designer Wins Big By Sarah Jackson Herald Writer Results from the judging at the Northwest Flower & Garden Show — going … Continue reading

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Getting The Most From Mulching, Do You Mulch Too Much?

By Cindy Ratcliff As published in Total Landscape Care, September 2009 Compared with the rest of the landscape, trees are about as low-maintenance as you can get, which makes them easy to overlook. Sure, you remember to water and fertilize … Continue reading

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Global Warming, CO2, And Big Trees

Global warming has received a lot of airtime lately. It appears the experts, the international community of climatologists and atmospheric scientists, have reached a majority consensus. They believe the big round ball on which we live is warming up, probably more rapidly … Continue reading

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Green Screens: Plant Privacy Trees Now For A Lively Landscape

By Sarah Jackson Herald Writer We know good fences make good neighbors. (Thank you, Robert Frost.) But sometimes the best fence isn’t a fence at all. It’s a wall of trees and shrubs.

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Landscape For Efficiency

Please click on the title to follow the link:  Landscape for Efficiency

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Northwest Flower And Garden Show

Feb 23-27, 2011 WA State Convention Center Big Trees, Inc supports the following exhibitors with tree contributions to their displays:

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The Oldest Trees On The Planet

By Tia Ghose, March 17, 2010 | 7:45 pm  |  Categories: Biology Trees are some of the longest-lived organisms on the planet. At least 50 trees have been around for more than a millenium, but there may be countless other … Continue reading

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