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Our trees are an essential part of our landscape. They often become the centerpieces of our yards with everything else designed around them. Suppose you have plans to plant a new crown jewel for your yard this year. Keep in mind that placement matters. Depending...

Hardwood trees are some of our favorite trees in Texas, appreciated for their shade, beauty, and other wonderful environmental benefits. But like all living things, sometimes trees get sick. If you think your tree might be sick or dying, here is a tree disease and...

Water is essential for trees, and they need it all year round. Sometimes Mother Nature provides them with enough to sustain them, and sometimes they need a little extra support. That’s how you can help. Watering your trees in the spring can give your trees...

If you’ve spent any amount of time in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex, then you know we love our Crape Myrtles. What’s not to love? They produce multiple rounds of showy, fragrant flowers that rain color into our yards all summer long. They’re generally known for...

Do your Ash trees have a fungus problem? Recent reports in some parts of the United States of Ash trees being hit hard by Anthracnose Diseases, a group of diseases that cause lesions on leaves, branches, and fruit. These diseases have been known to infect...

North Texas is home to a wide variety of beautiful hardwood trees, and we love our trees for almost as wide a variety of reasons. But like all living things, sometimes trees get sick. Below are five of the most common deadly hardwood tree diseases...

Crape Myrtles are one of our favorite flowering trees in North Texas. They produce multiple rounds of showy, fragrant flowers that blanket our yards in color all summer long. Crape Myrtles are known for their hardiness and low-maintenance. Many popular National Arboretum cultivars are relatively...

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...