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Blog Posts in category "Tree Planting"

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Can My Neighbor Take Fruit From My Trees?

​It’s fruiting season for many of the fruit trees we grow here in North Texas. With that comes the temptation for passersby and neighbors to swipe the fruit right from your tree. But, what really does the law say about this?


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Tree Planting on a Grand Scale

Some of our tree planting jobs call for heavy equipment, road closures and cranes.


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A Bald Cypress Success Story

One of our arborists, Getth Nelson, reminisces about one of his first solo projects with Preservation Tree Services.


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Top Flowering Trees for Texas: Early Spring Bloomers

Spring is near! March 20th is the official first day and we can’t wait. However, our impatience is getting the better of us and we’re ready to see blooms earlier, rather than later. To ensure our own landscapes are some of the first to show color, we ornamental trees that are excellent early-spring bloomers. There are a number of small urban ornamental trees that are the perfect size for smaller landscapes, but still make a big impact.


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Fall is Planting Time in Texas

Fall is an excellent time to take advantage of the season and plant a new tree. Your arborist will have wonderful suggestions and all the experience to take you from planning to planting to enjoying the new addition to your landscape.


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Summer Watering & Care for New Trees

Newly planted trees and shrubs need extra attention and TLC for the first year in their new environment. Following a few key steps will help to settle them in for the long haul.


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Think all bugs are bad? Not these bugs!

Friend vs Foe: The Good. The Bad. And the Bug-ly.


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New to Texas? Plant these Texas Tough alternatives to Lilacs and Dogwoods

Are you a recent Texas transplant adjusting to our extreme climate? You might not be able to plant the comforts of home in your new Texas landscape. Here are a few alternatives that are Texas tough but just as beautiful as those trees you left behind.