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Blog Posts in category "Trees"

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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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Root Flare Exposure Work Exposes Big Tree Problems

Root flare exposure work can throw a lifeline to an ailing tree.


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There's a Ram's Horn in My Tree??

What are ram's horns and how do they impact your tree?


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Tree Pruning Rights on Property Lines

It is super important to know your rights as a homeowner regarding your trees and those of your neighbors, especially in regards to pruning. Informed neighbors can be better neighbors when it comes to trees they share.


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Irrigation Bubblers for Tree Establishment

Use caution where irrigation bubblers and trees are concerned.


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Are Your Magnolias in Decline?

You may have noticed lately that many magnolias are suffering in our North Texas climate. What is causing so many magnolias to decline?


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The Right Way to Mulch Your Trees

Mulching your trees and landscape is important for a few reasons: most important of those reasons, in our climate, is conserving water and helping to reduce temperature and moisture stress on your trees and landscape plants.