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Lace bugs are interesting, even beautiful, looking bugs. They are easily recognizable by their flat wings, which have a lacy or gauze-like texture. There are more than 140 species of lace bugs in North America, most of which you can identify by their host preference. Azalea lace bugs...

Sycamore trees are beloved for their impressive size and regal appearance. These beautiful shade trees are one of the largest deciduous trees in North America, and in Texas, they can reach more than 150 feet tall in the right conditions. If you have one of...

Although they’re attractive bugs with an attractive name, lace bugs cause some pretty unattractive damage to our Fort Worth trees. If you’ve noticed a stippling pattern on the leaves of your trees or shrubs, you might have a lace bug infestation on your hands. Lace bugs get...

If you’ve been heeding the warnings not to trim or prune Oak trees from February through June, then you might have some pretty scraggly-looking Oak trees on your property right about now. The good news is that we’ve made it past the peak of Oak Wilt season. Although it’s now generally considered safe to...

Trees are living things, and like all living things, stress can make them vulnerable to getting sick. Although they don’t get colds like humans, they can be attacked by tree diseases and pest infestations. Of course, not all insects are harmful to your trees and...

Summer in Texas means long days of sunshine, heat, and possibly drought. During this time of the year, it’s important to monitor the health of your trees to determine if they need supplemental water. Young trees are especially vulnerable to harsh weather conditions and will...

Although we see milder temperatures and more rain than we usually do in Texas by this time, the hottest and driest part of the year is still ahead. Below are some tips to help you and your yard with weather periods of drought and extreme...

Oak Wilt disease is one of the deadliest tree diseases in North America, and it is wreaking havoc on our Texas trees, especially our Red Oak trees of Texas. Although Oak Wilt attacks all Oak trees, Red Oak trees are more susceptible and are killed faster than...

Of all the trees in North America, Maple trees are some of the most widely recognized. That’s primarily because of their distinctive star-shaped leaves and flaming fall color. Texas Maple tree leaves have 3 to 5 points with saw-toothed lobes. Most turn a brilliant shade of red in the fall, although some varieties turn a stunning orange-yellow color. While there are...