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My Crape Myrtles Aren’t Blooming! Are They Dead?

My Crape Myrtles Aren’t Blooming! Are They Dead?

Like other trees and shrubs, crape myrtles in North Texas are not adapted to hard freezes like we had in February 2021. However, crape myrtles are hardier than many other area plants, and should recover completely, although they may bloom a little late. Don’t Give Up...
Free Trees in North Texas 2021!

Free Trees in North Texas 2021!

With the devastating weather events we have had in recent years, trees in North Texas are struggling. The Texas Trees Foundation is committed to the planting of trees in areas that need them the most. As part of their work, the Foundation is creating green spaces at...
Can Palm Trees Survive Freezing Weather?

Can Palm Trees Survive Freezing Weather?

At Texas Tree Surgeons, we love trees and we love our community. While we don’t want to sound negative or cause unnecessary concern, the recent freezing weather has likely damaged most palm trees in North Texas beyond hope of survival.  If your palm fronds...
Will Live Oaks Survive Freezing Temperatures, Ice, and Snow?

Will Live Oaks Survive Freezing Temperatures, Ice, and Snow?

Live oaks are a common sight in North Texas. These native trees are well-adapted to our soil and climate, but can still be stressed by extreme weather. Many, if not all, live oaks will show signs of frost damage after a hard freeze. Like other plants, the main symptom...