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Want to learn more about the tree services industry? Have a question about the trees on your property? Check back on our blog frequently for news, updates, and answers to your questions.
After the Storm…

After the Storm…

Trees that survived the severe storm damage are going to need special care over the next few years. The loss of canopy will reduce the trees' ability to photosynthesize for food and to take up water. We are entering the hottest part of the year; after the rains have...

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Texas Tree Surgeons: No Problem.

Texas Tree Surgeons: No Problem.

At Texas Tree Surgeons, we love trees, but sometimes we need to remove them. This cottonwood had root rot and posed a danger to persons and property. The owner decided to take it down, and Texas Tree Surgeons was there to help. No problem. If you have a tree that you...

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Storms and Trees – Quick Tips!

Storms and Trees – Quick Tips!

As we prepare for storm season, Texas Tree Surgeons has a few tips for taking the best care of your trees. Let us know if you have questions or need us to come out to assess your trees!Consult a Certified Arborist to Assess Any Storm DamageStorms, especially ones with...

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Do My Trees Really Need Fertilizer?

Do My Trees Really Need Fertilizer?

Is mulch really that important? As discussed in our article on proper mulching, there is a big difference between urban soil and trees’ natural habitat. Mulching can greatly improve the quality of soil around a tree, but it is not always possible to properly mulch...

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A Guide to Crape Myrtles

A Guide to Crape Myrtles

 At Texas Tree Surgeons, we love trees and we love our customers, and we have created a series of articles covering tree basics. If you have a specific tree question, let us know! Crape myrtles (also crepe myrtles), seen by many as something between a bush and a tree,...

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