Serving and Loving Trees in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex
How to Water Your Tree During a Drought
True or false, sprinkler systems are enough to water your tree? False, sprinklers are designed to water your sod not your tree. Amy Heath, Owner of Texas Tree Surgeons and ISA Board Certified Master Arborist®…
Hackberry Leafrollers are Back!
In September 2022, we saw an infestation of small, green worms and their webs on hackberries in North Texas. With the reappearance of the hackberry leafroller moth larvae in August 2023, our recommendations for how…
Why are Branches Falling Off My Trees?
As summer drags on and temperatures continue to rise, we start getting calls about limbs falling off of otherwise healthy trees. Unlike storm or ice damage, branches falling in the middle of summer can happen…
How Can I Help My Trees During a Drought?
Residents of North Texas are familiar with long, hot summers that take a toll on everyone and everything. From drinking extra water, keeping our pets cool, and making sure our air conditioners are working, summer…
Are Trees Still Showing Signs of Freeze Damage? [May 2022 UPDATE]
Unfortunately for trees in North Texas, the effects of the February 2021 winter storm, often called “Winter Storm Uri” in the media, are still with us. The historically-low temperatures and winter precipitation in 2021 and…