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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...

Here comes the sun! Although spring was unusually wet in North Texas this year, the driest and hottest part of the year is right around the corner. Most of our trees, shrubs, and flowers are accustomed to the relentless heat, drought, and sunshine that a Texas summer typically brings, but it’s still a good idea to prepare your yard as best you...

Post Oaks are some of the most widespread types of Oak trees in Texas. You’d think that would mean that they are exceptionally hardy, and in some ways, they are. They flourish in terrains where other trees wouldn’t survive, but they’re also known to be...

Bald Cypresses are big, bushy trees with beautiful, distinctive features. They’re one of only a handful of deciduous conifer trees in North America, and they’re usually among the first trees to drop their foliage in the fall and the last to leaf out in the...

If fall has come early to your yard and you’re wondering why your trees are turning prematurely yellow, you are not alone. Chlorosis, or the Yellowing of Leaves, is a common occurrence in North Texas. Below is what you need to know about this issue in Dallas-Fort Worth and what you can do about it: What is...

You might’ve passed a sign on the road that warns not to prune Oak trees from February through June. Or maybe you’ve run across some blogs or articles that say the same thing. Plenty of tree care professionals even warn against trimming oak trees all...

One of the many responsibilities of being a property or homeowner is looking out for the health of your landscape. If you’ve noticed a white stippling pattern on your trees or shrubs this spring, then that’s a sign your yard might have a spider mite...