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Entries tagged with “Oak”
If you’ve noticed small branch tips or twigs turning brown and falling from your trees, twig girdler beetles could be the culprit. While healthy trees can generally tolerate this insect, it can cause a lot of damage if its populations get too large.
Oak Wilt Transmission occurs in the springtime.
Preservation Tree and the Texas Trees Foundation are teaming up to help you plant your legacy, one tree at a time!
An interesting tree disease recently made itself known to one of our clients and thankfully, they called us right away with their concerns. Known as Alcoholic flux or foamy flux, it shares some qualities with slime flux, bacterial flux or wetwood.
If you’re looking for a beautiful, large oak to provide shade to your home, grow quickly and not succumb to oak wilt, a Monterrey Oak just might be the perfect solution!
Oak wilt is a deadly disease often found in North Texas.
Live Oaks are beautiful, but big!
Drippy oak or drippy acorn disease can affect Live Oak trees that have been impacted by insect pests.
Willow Oaks are a rather rare find in the North Texas area.
Lawn grasses are sun-lovers..and big trees make lots of shade.
It's a great time to plant trees and the City of Arlington stepped up, distributing free tree seedlings from an area park to anyone interested. Preservation Tree was very happy to sponsor and support the effort. Our Micah Pace provides the details.