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Southern live oaks are a beautiful and iconic part of the Texas landscape. These trees can live for centuries, but they can require some particular care to stay healthy and look good through our brief but brutal winters and long, dry summers. Here are TreeNewal’s...

We know - it seems like just last week North Texans was protecting their trees for yet another sudden freeze, and here we are talking about spring again already. As crazy as our weather can be, a much sunnier forecast is no doubt fast approaching!...

Planning on planting a new tree or shrub in your North Texas yard? Watering is essential for its survival. With so much information out there about when and how to water plants, it can be tricky to know what to do. In this post, we’ll...

So, you’ve seen that your live oak tree has been dropping leaves and wilting recently? Noticed some signs of disease like discoloration or dieback? Quick action at those first signs can be just the thing that saves your arbor. Learn how to save your dying...

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...

Winter is a beautiful time of year, but it can also be difficult for your trees. When the cold temperatures hit, and your trees enter dormancy, many people think it's time to stop watering. However, it is very important to keep watering during winter to...

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...

If you’ve been heeding the warnings not to trim or prune Oak trees from February through June, then you might have some pretty scraggly-looking Oak trees on your property right about now. The good news is that we’ve made it past the peak of Oak Wilt season. Although it’s now generally considered safe to...