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With last night’s freezing temperatures, many homeowners in North Texas are waking up to find their plants and trees covered in ice. This can be a devastating sight, especially if you’re not sure how to properly care for your plants and trees afterward. Fortunately, there...

This week’s forecast sure looks awfully familiar. Is this 2021’s Winter Storm Uri making another appearance in North Texas? We can’t say for sure yet, but if we’ve learned anything from the past, we have a better chance this time to protect our plants and...

December is a great time to winterize your garden. Whether you live in the northern or southern hemisphere, winterizing your garden will help it stay healthy and beautiful throughout the winter months. In this blog post, we'll discuss 10 things to do in the garden...

Texas is known for its extremely long and hot summers, but if Winter Storm Uri taught us anything, it’s that we residents can still be hit hard by the bitter cold. Luckily, a long summer gives North Texas residents extra lead time to prepare before...

Winter can be tough on trees. In North Texas, our trees and shrubs are more accustomed to mild winters and harsh summers so that below-freezing temperatures can be tough on our landscaping. Although we don’t get a lot of snow in DFW, we get some,...

When the weather is cold and gray, going outside to plant a tree might be the last thing on your mind. You might think waiting until Arbor Day in April when everything is warm, green, and blooming is a far better option. So maybe you...

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...

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...