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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...

A beautiful oak tree is an asset to any landscaping. As an essential part of our ecosystem fostering many food sources and habitats for birds, plants, and wildlife, how can we help keep them healthy and thriving wherever they may grow? Here are some top...

If you’ve noticed that the leaves on your tree are inexplicably turning yellow, it can be a daunting prospect. Iron chlorosis is one of the most likely reasons for this but, while it’s only natural to worry, the good news is that this situation can...

If you have a Lacebark Elm tree, you probably treasure it for its easygoing nature. These hardy trees, which are also called Chinese Elms, tolerate a wide range of site conditions. They thrive in North Texas because they tolerate drought and alkaline soils. You probably...

There’s a reason weather experts warn us not to hide under a tree during a lightning storm. Trees are often the tallest object in an area, making them susceptible to a lightning strike. The United States’ lightning detection systems sense an average of 25 million...

Although winters in North Central Texas are relatively mild, the cold weather can still be tough on our trees and shrubs, especially when they’re young. Maybe you’ve been watching the weather or getting weather alerts on your phone saying the local temperatures are expected to...

If you take a walk through a park in North Central Texas, you’re very likely to run across a Willow Oaktree or two. They are some of the most popular shade trees in our area, prized for their elegant forms and round, robust crowns. Their...

The weather has turned bleak, and although growing longer all the time, there are still too short of supporting leaf growth. Our deciduous trees have turned in for the winter and are waiting it out until spring. You might be worried about your trees, wondering...