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There’s a reason weather experts warn us not to hide under a tree during a lightning storm. Trees are often the tallest object in an area, making them susceptible to a lightning strike. The United States’ lightning detection systems sense an average of 25 million...

When the weather is cold and gray, going outside to plant a tree might be the last thing on your mind. You might think waiting until Arbor Day in April when everything is warm, green, and blooming is a far better option. So maybe you...

When it comes to a tree’s health, we tend to focus on the part of the tree that we can see aboveground. We see green leaves and assume that means the tree is healthy. It can be easy to forget that what’s happening out of...

Although winters in North Central Texas are relatively mild, the cold weather can still be tough on our trees and shrubs, especially when they’re young. Maybe you’ve been watching the weather or getting weather alerts on your phone saying the local temperatures are expected to...

Maybe you’re a first-time homeowner, and your new home came with a tree or two that you don’t know how to maintain. Perhaps you’ve finally decided to make those improvements to your landscape that you’ve been thinking about, and so you’re doing some research before...

The Chinese Pistache tree is a favorite among gardeners in North Texas. It’s an ornamental tree, beloved for its graceful structure and flaming fall foliage. But what about when your treasured Chinese Pistache isn’t looking beautiful and healthy anymore? It could be sick or even...

Monitoring your tree’s health is an essential part of being a responsible tree owner. One of the things you should always be on the lookout for is brown leaves. There are many reasons why your tree could have brown leaves, and some of those reasons...

We can all agree that 2020 was a strange year, but something exciting happened in 2020 that hasn’t happened in a while. People went outside. People spent more time in their backyards, whether it was to get out of the house for a while, or...

If you take a walk through a park in North Central Texas, you’re very likely to run across a Willow Oaktree or two. They are some of the most popular shade trees in our area, prized for their elegant forms and round, robust crowns. Their...

The weather has turned bleak, and although growing longer all the time, there are still too short of supporting leaf growth. Our deciduous trees have turned in for the winter and are waiting it out until spring. You might be worried about your trees, wondering...