Steve is wonderful to work with. We've used many tree services in the past, but once we met Preservation Tree several years ago after hearing your ad on WRR, we wouldn't use anyone else. ” - Joyce T.
April 18, 2013
Wondering if now is a good time to prune your trees? Now that trees have begun to leaf out, it's a good time for PTS to do preventative pruning for health and vigor. Large trees such as cedar elm, ash, American elm and many more large shade trees, should be properly pruned.
April 18, 2013
It's going to be gorgeous weather for Earth Day Dallas this coming weekend! Admission to the event is FREE. Come join Preservation Tree at the event where we will be raffling off some beautiful Japanese Maples AND 5 memberships to the Texas Discovery Gardens each day!
April 15, 2013
Preservation Tree’s exclusive SEASONS plan is a proactive approach to tree and shrub health. It provides nutrient management by promoting soil health in a science-based program that uses living organisms tofeed and protect. Healthy soils are a product of soil biology.
April 8, 2013
Ever planted a Japanese maple or fruit tree that started out as on variety…only to turn into another variety with completely different foliage or flower? Many trees and landscape plants are grafted. That means one variety with desirable foliage or fruiting characteristics is attached to the root stock of another variety that is perhaps more disease resistant or more tolerant of heavy soils.
April 2, 2013
Did you know that trees under stress are much more likely to fall victim to pests and diseases? Just like in people, a suppressed immune system leaves your trees open to infection or infestation. Just like in people, prevention is always preferred to treatment. Getting your trees healthy and vigorous is the best way to fend off health problem.
March 29, 2013
In our heavy clay soils here in North Texas, soil compaction is a big problem for our landscape plantings and trees. Soil can build up around the base of your trees, covering the root flares. This can lead to problems with decay around the base of your tree. Trees with buried root flares are also more susceptible to pests and diseases due to overall stress. Soil around the base of the tree tends to hide girdling roots that are very damaging to your trees and can often lead to their death.
March 26, 2013
Preservation Tree Service is proud to have partnered with COMMIT! to Dallas recently in order to help improve the Sudie L. Williams Elementary School campus. Our efforts aided in making safety and aesthetic improvements to the trees surrounding the school grounds.
March 18, 2013
While there are a number of problems that can cause leaf drop in Live Oaks, this time of year you’re most likely seeing a normal senescing, or dying off, of last year’s foliage. As temperatures begin to rise in late January through February, your Live Oaks can begin to look sickly or stressed. Leaves begin to yellow and may have brown or black blotches. They will often discolor very quickly and begin to drop en masse.