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15 Simple Projects for Do Something Nice Day

The Family Handyman Logo By Nick Gerhardt of The Family Handyman | Slide 1 of 15: Plant a <a href="https://www.familyhandyman.com/landscaping/space-saving-trees-for-todays-smaller-gardens/">young tree now</a> for Do Something Nice Day and before long your investment will add valuable curb appeal to your property. Before planting, make sure to consider how large the tree's root systems will be when it's fully grown, and choose a species that is recommended for your area–your local extension service will be able to provide a list of the best trees for your region. And as always, before you dig, make sure to call 811 and someone from the utilities company will come out and mark the underground utility lines. Read more tips for <a href="https://www.familyhandyman.com/landscaping/how-to-plant-a-tree-that-will-thrive/view-all/">trouble-free tree planting here</a>. <a href="https://www.familyhandyman.com/diy-advice/shade-tree/">Shade</a> trees can be especially nice in the backyard.

Plant a tree for Do Something Nice Day

Plant a young tree now for Do Something Nice Day and before long your investment will add valuable curb appeal to your property. Before planting, make sure to consider how large the tree's root systems will be when it's fully grown, and choose a species that is recommended for your area–your local extension service will be able to provide a list of the best trees for your region. And as always, before you dig, make sure to call 811 and someone from the utilities company will come out and mark the underground utility lines. Read more tips for trouble-free tree planting here. Shade trees can be especially nice in the backyard.
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