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So much can happen in just 12 months. Now that we’re back in January again, what a perfect opportunity to look ahead and make the most of the upcoming year cultivating your garden! Time to finally clear away all those broken limbs still hanging around...

New year, new trees, right? But when truly is the BEST time for planting new trees? Believe it or not, that cozy niche between mid-winter and early spring will be most likely to give your new arbors their best chance for success, along with a...

It's Christmas time, and you're looking for a Christmas tree. You could go to the store and buy one, but where is the fun in that? Why not grow your own Christmas tree! There are many benefits to growing your own Christmas tree: it will...

December is a great time to winterize your garden. Whether you live in the northern or southern hemisphere, winterizing your garden will help it stay healthy and beautiful throughout the winter months. In this blog post, we'll discuss 10 things to do in the garden...

If you've had a passion for trees and arboriculture, you may have thought about becoming an arborist. While there are many different ways to become an arborist, the most common route is through certification. The International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) offers certification for arborists worldwide....

At Treenewal, one of our favorite holiday traditions is enjoying the creativity of outdoor light displays all around the beautiful DFW metroplex! From Denton to Fort Worth, grab a scarf, some hot chocolate, and a carload of your favorite buddies for our guide to the best...

We are very excited to share with you all this article on winter tree planting. It is a common misconception that it is impossible to plant trees in the winter, but there are many ways to solve this problem! Winter can be a great time...

October is one of the most beautiful times as leaves change color and trees prepare for the harsh winter to come. While the foliage is simply mesmerizing, homeowners and landscapers should not forget that it is critical to implement the right tree and garden plant...

A little about American Sweetgum Trees: you’ll recognize these trees by their characteristic star-shaped leaves and their “gumballs,” which are prickly, woody seed balls that drop off during the winter. Although that’s what makes them interesting, it’s also one thing that makes them annoying to...