We are frequently asked what are the best types of trees or bushes to re-plant in an area where a tree or bush may have been removed by our crew. There are many options available to property owners that offer the best optimal growth and success within our region. It is always best for economic and environmental reasons to choose a species that will thrive in our environment and weather patterns throughout the state. Often times, we have to remove a tree or bush for a customer that probably should not have been planted in the first place, either it is not best for our environment and does not thrive or it was planted in an area that is just simply too small which requires removal quicker than the usual life of the tree or bush would be under normal circumstances. It is unfortunate when either of these situations occur.
Also, a good rule to note is that it is always best to re-plant at least 16” – 18” inches away from where any stump grinding may have taken place. A small amount of research can go a long way for the best options when considering where and what type of tree or bush to plant in Ohio. The link below offers a few helpful tips regarding tree and bush species that are recommended to be planted in the buckeye state.