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If you’re a Texas homeowner or property manager, there’s a good chance you’ve seen crepe myrtle bark scale on your trees. It’s been a growing problem ever since its first appearance in the US - in McKinney, TX, to be precise! - back in the...

Determining the health of your plants can be tricky, but it’s important to do so in order to maintain a healthy landscape. Or maybe you need some guidance on how to pick the right new plant on your next trip to the plant nursery! There...

There’s so much more to oak trees than just providing shade and a pretty autumn display. Did you know that the leaves can also affect soil pH? Read on to learn how oak leaves can impact and even help the pH balance of the soil...

In Texas, the emerald ash borer (EAB) is responsible for the destruction of millions of ash trees. If you’re a homeowner or property manager who’s dealing with an EAB infestation, don’t panic! This blog post will provide you with all the information you need to...

If you’re looking for a fast-growing flowering tree that can add beautiful color to your property, look no further than the classic crepe myrtle. This versatile plant can be grown from just a cutting, making it a very quick and affordable option for just about...

Now that the weather is finally starting to warm up, it's time to get outside and enjoy the beautiful spring trees. But before you do, make sure you are aware of some common tree problems that can occur this time of year. One of the...

As a homeowner in Texas, you know that leaves can cause all sorts of long-term problems if not dealt with properly. Today, we’ll discuss leaf spot disease and how to prevent it from causing lasting damage to your property.  Keep Your Trees in Good Shape  An ounce...

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...