Serving and Loving Trees in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex
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…
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…
Why Is My Tree Losing Its Leaves in Spring? [UPDATED]
UPDATE: Was your Live Oak damaged by frost and freezing temperatures? Read our post here! Why is my live oak looking sick and dropping leaves? Falling leaves, just like color changes, have become a hallmark…
The Tornado Took All the Leaves Off My Tree; What Can I Do About It?
After a devastating weather event like the tornadoes on October 20, 2019, the damage can be hard to assess, let alone start to repair. While damage to homes and other structures is of utmost importance…
Why Are My Oak Trees Turning Brown?
As the summer heat drags on, we start to get calls about trees “looking bad.” Recently, for example, we have been seeing general decline of trees, especially oak trees, in the Plano area. In a…