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Southern live oaks are a beautiful and iconic part of the Texas landscape. These trees can live for centuries, but they can require some particular care to stay healthy and look good through our brief but brutal winters and long, dry summers. Here are TreeNewal’s...

So, you’ve seen that your live oak tree has been dropping leaves and wilting recently? Noticed some signs of disease like discoloration or dieback? Quick action at those first signs can be just the thing that saves your arbor. Learn how to save your dying...

One of the most well-known tree genuses is the mighty oak tree, with its massive crown and hearty branches - their lifespan can be as long as 1000 years! But being big and tough doesn't mean they aren't still prone to a pesky affliction known...

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 been heeding the warnings not to trim or prune Oak trees from February through June, then you might have some pretty scraggly-looking Oak trees on your property right about now. The good news is that we’ve made it past the peak of Oak Wilt season. Although it’s now generally considered safe to...

Post Oaks are some of the most widespread types of Oak trees in Texas. You’d think that would mean that they are exceptionally hardy, and in some ways, they are. They flourish in terrains where other trees wouldn’t survive, but they’re also known to be...

You might’ve passed a sign on the road that warns not to prune Oak trees from February through June. Or maybe you’ve run across some blogs or articles that say the same thing. Plenty of tree care professionals even warn against trimming oak trees all...

Oak Wilt is one of the deadliest diseases for our Oak trees of Texas. Tree health care professionals in Dallas-Fort Worth like TreeNewal work hard every year during Oak Wilt season to keep our local trees and urban forests disease-free. The Texas A&M Agrilife Extension...

It’s Oak Wilt season, so if you have Oak trees on your property, then now until June, July is the time to be on high alert for signs of Oak Wilt. Oak Wilt can have devastating effects in North Texas, where Oak trees are some...