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There are many benefits to trees in urban settings, and one of them is that they help you and your neighbors get outside and become more active. How? We’re glad you asked! Below are six ways urban trees make you more active outdoors. No. 1: They...

If you have a Lacebark Elm tree, you probably treasure it for its easygoing nature. These hardy trees, which are also called Chinese Elms, tolerate a wide range of site conditions. They thrive in North Texas because they tolerate drought and alkaline soils. You probably...

Late winter is a beautiful time to prune your trees, and proper pruning and trimming will significantly enhance your landscaping. On the other hand, improper pruning and trimming could devastate your trees and shrubs. Every year, more trees are killed by improper pruning techniques than...

If you have a small yard, you might think adding a tree to your landscape isn’t a possibility. Many Texas trees grow quite large, so you’ll need to choose wisely, but there are some shrubs and small trees that are perfect for small yards in...

Winter can be tough on trees. In North Texas, our trees and shrubs are more accustomed to mild winters and harsh summers so that below-freezing temperatures can be tough on our landscaping. Although we don’t get a lot of snow in DFW, we get some,...

Small spaces call for small trees, but there’s no reason why you can’t have some fun with your landscaping, even if you don’t have much room. Choosing a flowering tree can make a big impact on a small yard. Here are some suggestions for small...

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...