Information About Hemlock

With their graceful, drooping boughs and attractive deep green hue, hemlock trees are gorgeous additions to the landscape. Hemlocks are slightly picky trees that can be a little on the challenging side in the beginning, but once established, this evergreen tree is relatively easy to get along with and will provide beauty for many years. Read on to learn the fine points of growing and caring hemlock trees.

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Weeping Hemlock Varieties – Information About Weeping Hemlock Trees

By Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden Writer

Weeping hemlock (Tsuga Canadensis "Pendula"), also known as Canadian hemlock, is an attractive evergreen tree with a graceful, weeping form. This article provides information about planting a weeping hemlock in your garden.

Canadian Hemlock Care: Tips On Planting A Canadian Hemlock Tree

By Teo Spengler

If you are thinking of planting a Canadian hemlock tree in your garden, you'll need information on the tree's growing requirements. Click this article for Canadian hemlock tree facts, including tips for Canadian hemlock care.

What Are Wooly Adelgids: Learn About Hemlock Woolly Adelgid Treatment

By Jackie Carroll

Hemlock woolly adelgids can seriously damage or even kill hemlock trees. Is your tree at risk? Click here to find out.

Hemlock Tree Care: Tips For Growing Hemlock Trees

By Kristi Waterworth

If you can get hemlocks to thrive in your landscape, you'll be the envy of your neighbors, but a hemlock in poor health will only make your home look sad and worn out. This article will help with growing hemlocks.

Pruning Hemlock Trees – How And When To Prune Hemlocks

By Heather Rhoades

Most of the time, pruning hemlocks is not necessary, but occasionally the need for pruning hemlocks does arise. Find out how to prune a hemlock using the information found in this article.

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