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November 14, 2012 @ 8:59 PM


When it comes to a tree’s life, its beauty can withstand many decades, or be “cut” short too soon due to accidents from poor weather. It’s important to know the signs of when a tree can be salvaged and helped, and if it is truly time to call the tree cutting service.

The tree is definitely a keeper if it is only losing a major limb, but be sure to check for deeper wounds in the months to follow that may show excess damage or decay. If a tree has minor damage where the stronger limbs have survived, the tree can be salvaged.

There are three key instances when it is time to say goodbye to the tree. When a healthy tree loses its leafy head and leaves the trunk broken and exposed, it will never be able to regain...

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November 7, 2012 @ 8:57 PM


Why wait until Earth Day to plant a tree when you could pick and choose the best trees for Montgomery County today? When it comes to looking at the best trees to plant near the Woodlands, Texas, it’s important to decide which type of tree you want to plant first.

If you’re looking for a big shade tree that will one day hold tire swings in the back yard, or provide a natural cover during the blazing hot months in June and July, oak trees are the way to go. Live Oak trees are Texas natives that have evergreen leaves, have a rapid growth rate, and offer seeds or fruit that wildlife can eat. Make sure to allow plenty of room to grow though because Live Oaks can develop surface roots. White Oaks are also native to Texas and ...

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