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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...

So you’ve decided to plant a tree on your Argyle property? We think that’s great! There are countless environmental and ecological benefits to trees, and Argyle is the home of many trees and many different types of trees. However, some trees are better adapted to...

Trees are the centerpieces of our landscape, and we often design our yards and gardens around them. If you’re planning to make a statement with your yard by planting a tree sometime this year, there are a few things you should keep in mind. Depending...

Trees are an important part of the Denton landscape. They give us shade in the summer and add nuance to our yards all year long. Some trees even provide fruits or nuts for us and the neighborhood wildlife, making trees an important part of our...

Your trees have a few New Year’s resolutions, and they need your help to accomplish them. Trees give us shade in the summer, they add beauty and nuance to our landscaping, and they provide fruits and nuts for us and the neighborhood wildlife. They’re a...

There’s a reason why the Pecan tree is the state tree of Texas. They stand tall and proud in our yards, giving us both shade and sustenance. They’re native to Texas, making them accurate Texans, and they thrive in our climate and soils. Pecan trees...

Once the sunny days of summer are over, then the time comes for your trees to bed down and prepare for dormancy through winter. By the end of December in Dallas, most deciduous trees have shed their leaves, but the coldest months are still ahead....