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Please let your team know that everyone that came out was very professional and did a really quality job. The trees look great! ” - Thomas B.

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Texas: Healthy Soil 101

Have you ever wondered what is going on in the soil beneath your feet? Well, the answer is: a lot. We decided it’s the perfect time to dig a little deeper into your soil and reveal what does and doesn’t make it healthy.


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What is a Jujube Tree? An unusual fruit tree for Texas

Jujube is an unusual fruit tree that is native to China, but thrives in our hot Texas climate. If you love growing fruit, but have struggled with other common fruit trees, it might be time to give jujube a try.


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Oak Wilt Transmission is Happening Now

Oak Wilt Transmission occurs in the springtime.


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Is Soil Compaction Killing Your Lawn?

When soil is compacted, important microbes cannot survive and thrive to break down organic matter into the nutrients that your lawn and plants need.


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Worried About a Leaning Tree?

Not all leaning trees are an imminent threat to your property, but it is important to keep an eye on your trees, if they look off-kilter, and report any concerns to your arborist.


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Pecan: Fun Facts About the State Tree of Texas

We love the majestic, resilient pecan and it is easy to see why it has become such an integral part of the Texas culture.


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Spring Care Checklist: Give Your Trees & Lawn a Head Start

Now’s the time to re-visit your spring tree & landscape checklist, before you get busy enjoying the nice spring weather!


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Deadwood in Trees: Should it be Removed?

Deadwood - tree branches and twigs that have died but are still attached to the plant - are a natural part of a tree’s life cycle. It can be a signal of problems and is certainly a safety concern in urban environments.