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Diseases of Cypress Tree Species

Curious about your Italian Cypress trees? Texas A&M Argilife Extension Services has issued a new publication on diseases of Italian Cypress and Related Species in Texas.


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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.


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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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Safe Road Lane Closures for Tree Care

Training sessions, as well as tailgate meetings, are the order of the day when it comes to imparting the latest in safety measures to our team. Recently, our attention was laser focused on lane closure tactics.


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Class in Session for Denton Citizen Foresters and Preservation Tree

Preservation Tree Services teaches Denton Citizen Foresters about tree inventories.


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Boost Your Soil with Microbes

Preservation Tree knows that one of the most important components of a healthy soil is the presence of beneficial microbes; they make soil fertile for your trees and landscape, so they can grow strong and beautiful.​


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Safety Always Takes a Front Seat at Preservation Tree

We take safety very seriously at Preservation Tree Services, as our regularly held safety training courses can attest. Recently, our crew dug deep into the dangers of angled back cuts.


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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.