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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 are many benefits to trees in urban settings, and one of them is that they help you and your neighbors get outside and become more active. How? We’re glad you asked! Below are six ways urban trees make you more active outdoors. No. 1: They...

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...

Monitoring your tree’s health is an essential part of being a responsible tree owner. One of the things you should always be on the lookout for is brown leaves. There are many reasons why your tree could have brown leaves, and some of those reasons...

Your trees have a few New Year’s resolutions, and they need your help to accomplish them. Trees give us shade in the summer, they add beauty and nuance to our landscaping, and they provide fruits and nuts for us and the neighborhood wildlife. They’re a...

There’s a reason why the Pecan tree is the state tree of Texas. They stand tall and proud in our yards, giving us both shade and sustenance. They’re native to Texas, making them accurate Texans, and they thrive in our climate and soils. Pecan trees...

When springtime comes around each year, everybody wants their yard to bloom into a beautiful, thriving oasis. But before that can happen, their yard has to make it through winter. Many plants and trees, especially native ones, are naturally equipped to handle harsh winter conditions....

One way to keep your trees healthy and growing strong is to prune them. You may not realize it, but there are some benefits that come with winter tree pruning. You’ll likely find that your trees thrive and are even more beautiful in the spring...