The delicate dance between plants and pollinators is a cornerstone of biodiversity and ecosystem health. In a world where pollinator populations are facing challenges, the role of responsible landscaping becomes paramount. At Cold Stream Farm, we’re proud to offer a diverse selection of pollinator-friendly trees and shrubs that not only beautify your landscape but also foster a thriving environment for our vital pollinators.
As we get into the month of November, you’re probably putting away your lawn tools and gardening equipment for the winter season. Even though we’re finishing up our lawn chores and landscaping tasks, we can still maintain our gardens in different ways during the off-season. Composting is a great way to recycle your food waste… Read more »
Summer has officially started and now is a great time to enhance your home’s curb appeal. Curb appeal is your home’s visual attractiveness as seen from the street. This is important for all homeowners, whether you are planning to sell or not. Enhance Your Home’s Curb Appeal Summer has officially started and now is a… Read more »
We have discussed urban forests in previous posts. Not only is it a trendy topic, it is an all-important topic, as urban forests have the potential to completely revitalize decaying urban centers, all while reinvigorating our lust for life. If you have ever driven cross-country, especially through the Rust Belt and cities, you most likely… Read more »
What is the quickest way to revitalize a dilapidated and beaten-down city? Start planting trees. This process is called urban reforestation. Urban reforestation is, simply, planting trees in urban environments for the purpose of city beautification and renewal, improving air quality or replacing urban trees that may have been destroyed by a natural disaster such… Read more »
The bald cypress, also known as taxodium distichum, is a deciduous conifer that is an integral part of the Southeastern United States as well as the Gulf Coastal Plains – from Delaware to Texas, up along the Mississippi River and down into Louisiana. The trees are as American as Manifest Destiny and their towering bodies… Read more »