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Fertilize Seasonally if You Want Strong Trees

Urban life is tough on our trees and our soils take plenty of abuse in the form of compaction and construction damage. Keeping trees healthy means putting life and nutrients back in the soil by fertilizing seasonally.


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Are Your Trees Victims of Bad Pruning?

A seemingly healthy tree can be severely damaged by extreme weather. Upon closer inspection though, trees damaged by weather have often been the victim of bad pruning.


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Pruning in the Parks of Highland Park

The Town of Highland Park has an abundance of parks and green spaces, mostly dotted with very mature trees. Preservation Tree brings their skill set to each one of them, following a well-crafted tree management plan.


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Billy Cook's Pro Tip Among 100 Ideas for Living a Beautiful Life

D Home Special Edition gathers advice on '100 Ideas for Living a Beautiful Life' from area experts from a variety of fields - so of course there are words of wisdom from Billy Cook at Preservation Tree!


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Introducing our new SEASONS Bio-Fertilization Program

We are rolling out our new SEASONS Bio-Fertilization Program and couldn't be more excited.


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Staking trees - when is this appropriate for your tree?

Staking trees takes skill and monitoring. Leaving a tree stake in place too long can cause big damage.


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City of Tyler Celebrates Arbor Day 2018

Preservation Tree Services was happy to participate in the 2018 City of Tyler Arbor Day celebration on the UT-Tyler campus. Our Micah Pace and Ken Smith helped promote the importance of trees and the mission of ISAT.


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Preservation Tree, The Consulting Group Assists In Hurricane Harvey Recovery Efforts

Aransas County residents in South Texas signed up to visit with arborists from around the state to learn about the health and safety of their Hurricane Harvey-damaged trees.