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A little about American Sweetgum Trees: you’ll recognize these trees by their characteristic star-shaped leaves and their “gumballs,” which are prickly, woody seed balls that drop off during the winter. Although that’s what makes them interesting, it’s also one thing that makes them annoying to...

Here comes the sun! Although spring was unusually wet in North Texas this year, the driest and hottest part of the year is right around the corner. Most of our trees, shrubs, and flowers are accustomed to the relentless heat, drought, and sunshine that a Texas summer typically brings, but it’s still a good idea to prepare your yard as best you...

Bald Cypresses are big, bushy trees with beautiful, distinctive features. They’re one of only a handful of deciduous conifer trees in North America, and they’re usually among the first trees to drop their foliage in the fall and the last to leaf out in the...

In Dallas-Fort Worth, it’s not uncommon to see serious thunderstorms with hail and strong winds or even tornado warnings looming across our TVs or phone screens. The effects of these storms on our landscaping can be devastating. Trees that are already weak because of underlying...

When thinking about tree care and management, it’s more important than ever to do so with sustainability in mind. Forested land outside of conservation areas is steadily decreasing year after year, which should give all of us reason to pause. There has been an alarming...

The days are getting longer and warmer. There’s no doubt about it: summer is right around the corner. In North Texas, summer means days and weeks of full sunshine, sweltering temperatures, and little or no rain. If you’re a property or homeowner, you might be...