As an arborist in Denton County, TX I see many ailments, diseases, and impairments on trees daily. Trees planted too deep or ones that are over-pruned are other common issues as well. Although each of these topics is important and worthy of discussion, because of...

Part of Texas’s unique climate are the cold temperatures that typically span from November through February. Although trees have a more distinct presence in Spring, Summer and Fall, the cold temperatures of Texas can present unique challenges for the beautiful trees of our landscapes. Over the...

At TreeNewal LLC, we specialize in helping distressed trees flourish by solving tree issues at the source – the roots. We believe it is our social responsibility to promote healthy trees and landscapes in urban environments, and the best part is that we are not alone in...

Many homeowners believe they shouldn't prune their trees in the winter because doing so will ultimately cause more harm than good. Others see it as a death sentence for their trees – a hard and fast no-no supposedly passed down as good advice from friends...

The average lifespan of a healthy oak tree is anywhere from 100 to 300 years; that is, if it’s left to develop without any outside interference from a tree’s biggest predator – man. As our communities continue growing year after year, more trees are coming...

John Cooper, Denton County Extension Horticulturist, recently published a new article about how to care and feed post oaks in North Texas. Post Oaks are very common in this area, so we recommend reading the article if you have any on your property. To read the full...

Southlake Style and the Cross Timbers Gazette recently featured TreeNewal and the amazing results that we are seeing with our methods. Here is an excerpt from the Southlake Style article: ...