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If you have Oak trees on your property and they are steadily producing acorns, you may be wondering how to stop them. Acorns can be a major pain to deal with, as they can hinder your grass’ access to sunlight and make it much harder...

Texas is home to many different types of oak trees, and the red oak is one of the most popular. These trees are known for their beautiful fall foliage and strong branches, that makes them a popular choice for landscaping. However, taking care of a...

When it comes to taking care of your landscape, you want to be sure that you’re doing everything possible to keep your plants healthy. That’s where plant health care, or PHC, comes in. PHC is a comprehensive approach to keeping your plants healthy and looking...

Oak trees are a native staple in the state of Texas, and their root systems are no exception. Oak tree roots are known for their highly adaptable and deep systems, which can extend up to three times the size of the tree’s canopy. With might...

Crepe myrtle is a small Chinese tree with pink, purple or white petals. This guide explores how to protect your crepe myrtle through the winter season. A crepe myrtle or crape myrtle laegerstroemia indica is a small tree or shrub with a reasonably dense habit with...

No matter how green your fingers are and how many years of gardening experience you can count - pruning will always be one of the most intimidating tasks for any gardener. After all, getting pruning wrong can stunt your plants’ growth and cause irreversible damage. In...

If you’re new to tree planting and tree care, you may have assumed that the spring and summer were your best opportunity to implement the proper tree health management. In reality, the fall season is the optimal moment to take your approach to tree, and...