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At Treenewal, one of our favorite holiday traditions is enjoying the creativity of outdoor light displays all around the beautiful DFW metroplex! From Denton to Fort Worth, grab a scarf, some hot chocolate, and a carload of your favorite buddies for our guide to the best...

We are very excited to share with you all this article on winter tree planting. It is a common misconception that it is impossible to plant trees in the winter, but there are many ways to solve this problem! Winter can be a great time...

Crepe myrtle is a small Chinese tree with pink, purple or white petals. This guide explores how to protect your crepe myrtle through the winter season. A crepe myrtle or crape myrtle laegerstroemia indica is a small tree or shrub with a reasonably dense habit with...

Your landscape trees and shrubs need special help that your plants growing in a forest or the wild do not need. Imagine you are in a forest. You are surrounded by trees that have lived for hundreds of years. Now, look at the trees. Do...

Much of gardening can be a lesson in patience, but what if things don’t seem to be going right? After all the waiting, why might your newly planted trees and shrubs not be established as they should? When it comes to nature, establishment means a plant has successfully...

A beautiful oak tree is an asset to any landscaping. As an essential part of our ecosystem fostering many food sources and habitats for birds, plants, and wildlife, how can we help keep them healthy and thriving wherever they may grow? Here are some top...

So much of what happens within our gardens occurs out of sight, and pesky root rot is no different. Thankfully, you can manage and even prevent the disease from spoiling your garden with a bit of awareness. Here we've gathered some info to help keep...

Texas is known for its extremely long and hot summers, but if Winter Storm Uri taught us anything, it’s that we residents can still be hit hard by the bitter cold. Luckily, a long summer gives North Texas residents extra lead time to prepare before...

When Winter Storm Uri struck Texas this past February, few could have anticipated the widespread damage incurred to our beautiful arbors. It feels like a distant memory to many North Texans and those across the state, but its effects can still be seen and felt...

After another successful summer of garden care, you've now completed the majority of your winter preparations and attended to any tree issues like iron chlorosis. Before putting the mower away until the spring, though, you must use fall lawn fertilizer to keep your grass in excellent...