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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...

Trees are living things, and like all living things, stress can make them vulnerable to getting sick. Although they don’t get colds like humans, they can be attacked by tree diseases and pest infestations. Of course, not all insects are harmful to your trees and...

Summer in Texas means long days of sunshine, heat, and possibly drought. During this time of the year, it’s important to monitor the health of your trees to determine if they need supplemental water. Young trees are especially vulnerable to harsh weather conditions and will...

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...

Spring is the perfect time to inspect the trees on your property and assess their overall health. In your search, maybe you’ve noticed some prickly, conical sacs hanging from your evergreen trees. Those are most likely the cocoons of bagworm moths. Bagworms are a common...

Spring is a beautiful and exciting time. The days get longer and warmer. Spring flowers come into full bloom, attracting bees and butterflies to gather around them. For trees, it’s time to shine! They burst with new life, showing off a fresh set of bright...