What’s that grand old saying? Mighty oaks from little acorns grow …. It sort of helps you grasp the whole concept of life, does it not, from infancy to mature, ripe age? Trees make a great, overarching metaphor for life. When you plant an oak, you plant a tree that your great-grandchildren can one day play beneath. Not many things we invest ourselves in these days are as long lasting as a tree that grows slowly, deeply and well, and endures for generations.
Of course, if you don’t want to wait generations to see the fruits of your labor, another option would be to purchase your Oak Trees in Austin, TX from a professional tree service such as Alfarotreesales.com. A tree service has trees of all species and sizes, including fully mature trees. Many people don’t realize that mature trees can be moved, but it’s done all the time. It takes consulting with a professional arborist, careful preparation prior to moving the tree and equal care given to readying the tree’s new location. This isn’t always inexpensive, but it is well worth doing. It allows you to be able to look out of your window and see magnificent tall trees, trees with the wind blowing through their leaves, perhaps with a swing hanging from a tall branch, one upon which grandchildren can dream dreams.
Best of all, when you deal with the professional tree folks like Alfaro Tree Sales, they know all about the trees. What color their leaves will be in the fall, all of the small differences that make them special. Did you know that there are a number of different varieties of Oak trees? There are Burr Oaks and Lacy Oaks and Texas Red Oaks, as well as Chinquapin Oaks, Mexican Whites, Montery and Mount Laurel Oaks. The sheer diversity in the number of species of Oak trees is astonishing.
Of course, when it comes down to spreading a blanket beneath the Oak trees and having a picnic, sitting on the swing, or watching your grandchildren playing beneath outstretched and sheltering branches … you probably won’t care what species they are. You’ll simply appreciate them for the benevolent presense they are, and for the peaceful little breezes that whisper from among their leaves.