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Thank you Preservation Tree for taking care of our Big Beloved Oak. Happy New Year! ”- Trish W.

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How fortunate that you guys swarmed my trees well in advance of The Storm. No doubt, I benefited from your hard work. I had only leaf litter to rake up, while other trees in the neighborhood fell victim to the power of the wind. ”- Lisa B.

Blog Posts in category " Year: 2017 "

Preservation Tree Services joins RETREET & The Texas Trees Foundation in Replacing Trees Lost in the Rowlett Tornado

A community comes together to replace trees lost in the 2015 tornadoes.

State of the Denton Urban Forest: Urban forests play an important role in the lives of city dwellers.

Did you know the City of Denton has 3.5 million trees? Or, that trees impact not only the aesthetic value of an area, but also impact economic development? The Denton Urban Forest Report explains how important trees truly are to a community.

Oak Wilt Disease: There might be a time to prune your oaks in spring

Sometimes waiting until summer to prune oak trees is not worth the wait.

Preservation Tree Services Helps Beautify Munger Place Historic District

Live in East Dallas? The City of Dallas provided trees to this wonderful, historic neighborhood and our skilled techs helped plant them throughout the neighborhood.

What Happens When Your Tree Outgrows Its Welcome?

Trees need space to spread their roots. What happens when a tree outgrows its space? Damaged properties, stressed trees and an eyesore could be the signs of a tree that should be moved to a more accommodating spot.

Why we Love Oak Trees…and so Does Wildlife!

The oak tree is home to various birds, animals and other wildlife. It's also home to the critters they need to survive.

New to Texas? Plant these Texas Tough alternatives to Lilacs and Dogwoods

Are you a recent Texas transplant adjusting to our extreme climate? You might not be able to plant the comforts of home in your new Texas landscape. Here are a few alternatives that are Texas tough but just as beautiful as those trees you left behind.

Hungry Trees: When should you fertilize?

March 1st is the start of our spring fertilization treatments. Ready to get your trees in shape for summer? Spring fertilization is a great place to start.

Love Your Soil. Don’t Rake Those Leaves!

Leaves add nutrition back into your soil which is then taken back up through the tree. Leave the leaves!

Congratulations to Preservation Tree, the Consulting Group on their First Award!

Their comprehensive report on the State of the Urban Denton Forest won the Bronze Leaf Urban Forestry Award by the Cross Timbers Urban Forestry Council