October 31, 2011 @ 7:04 AM
Southeast Texas Trees, LLC specializes in tree removal, tree installation, stump grinding, tree cutting service by trimming, land clearing, mulching, firewood and clean-up services in all areas of southeast Texas. Our company prides itself in outstanding customer service and superior workmanship.
We strongly recommend that our clients consult a professional before deciding to remove a tree. We only recommend removing a tree when it is dead, dying, diseased, growing too close to a home or to allow for new construction. We have highly trained professional consultants and a certified arborist on staff that can advise and make recommendations to our customers for their arbor care needs. We provide these professional services to the ...
October 24, 2011 @ 11:48 AM
Stately. Majestic. Powerfully Elegant.
These are just some of the descriptors that come to mind when traveling down some of the streets of Houston that are covered under the canopy of broad-limbed live oaks that line them, or pass by a home that is adorned with picture perfect pin oaks framing it, or walking among the red oak and water oak beauties in the parks that are deliciously dripping with moss from each limb. Oaks are naturally beautiful indeed, but the oaks that are most stunning, like the ones you see adorning public places or gracing the landscaping of fine homes, are the oak trees in Texas that are tended with regular pruning.
More than that, pruning oak trees is important. Many oak trees prevalent in southeast Texas, ...
October 10, 2011 @ 10:36 PM
Southeast Texas winters are known for being mild (our four seasons are Summer, Summer, Summer, and Christmas), but the dreaded cold snap is a yearly concern and rare is the winter that passes without at least one frost threatening our warm weather loving trees and shrubs. So this will be our second in a series covering the winterization and frost protection for plants and trees of Zones 8 and 9. This article we will focus on the frost protection and pruning of one of the South’s most beloved ornamentals, the care of crepe myrtle trees in winter.
Frost Protection of the Crepe Myrtle
Frost protection is very simple with the crepe myrtle. As hardy as it is beautiful, this acid-soil-loving, drought-hardy, sun-loving tree ...
October 6, 2011 @ 9:34 AM
There are approximately 500 different species of trees indigenous to Texas soil, and every single one of these native Texas trees has been stressed to their limits this year in the 2011 heat wave and drought – the worst ever recorded. Heading into the winter months all Texas trees are in desperate need of care so they can adequately recover and continue to grow and thrive next year. If you have never fertilized your Southeast Texas trees for the winter, this would be a good year to start. This article is to make sure you do it right.
Most native Texas trees of the Southeast Texas region, including the iconic tall longleaf Loblolly pine of the piney woods region, the Sabal palm, and the wide variety of oaks that grow here, are ...