Homeowners Can Transplant Privacy Tree Screen In Their Home Yard
SEATTLE, WA: Big Trees Inc., (http://bigtreesupply.com/), a tree transplanting company and tree nursery in the Seattle area, recently announced that homeowners can have privacy screening trees transplanted to their yard. Big Trees Inc. can transplant privacy trees from one site to a new one, as well as transplanting a tree from their nursery in Snohomish, WA, into the yard. The company also offers landscape consultation to find the right tree for a particular yard and determine what will be needed for that tree to grow.
The company has many years of experience in installation of privacy screen trees. An expert in tree transplanting and placement from the company first works with the homeowner to find out how much space the tree has to grow, and other important factors. Then the right tree or trees are found to suit the needs of the homeowner and ensure optimum growth and privacy.
The company has a number of trees it recommends for privacy screens. Thuja Occidentalis (Emerald Greens) are one of the most popular, dependable and low maintenance screening trees in the local area, being a dense evergreen that maintains its deep green color all year round. Excelsa Cedars are known to maintain their density and symmetrical form without reaching such enormous sizes. The Emerald
Giant Cedar has a superb green color year round, tipped with bronze in the Winter. It is a hybrid of the Emerald Green and Excelsa Cedar, so although it still grows quickly up to 30-40’, it will only get 8-10’ wide. This is often a good compromise for homeowners who want something fast growing, but don’t have a lot of space in their yard. Leyland Cypress, on the other hand, can grow up to three to four feet a year, filling in very quickly, and require little maintenance as long as ample room is left for their full mature size.
Nancy Penrose, owner of Big Trees Inc., stated: “Many folks want to have a privacy screen because of the added comfort of being able to go into your own yard and have peace and quiet. Sometimes other trees are obtrusive or don’t grow as well as hedge trees do for screening purposes. It’s important to find the tree that’s right for your yard.”
Nancy Penrose is the owner of Big Trees Inc. (http://www.bigtreesupply.com), located in Snohomish, WA, in the Seattle area. The company is one of the largest tree nurseries in the Seattle area with over 120,000 trees available in over 300 varieties. They not only can deliver young trees but also mature trees in a wide range of sizes. Some types of trees available include spring flowering, deciduous, evergreen, and privacy trees. The company also does tree transplanting including up to large trees. Their blog can be seen at http://www.bigtreesupply.com/blog/