Our Magnolia continues to put on lots of new leaves. It looks very Healthy. Drive by sometime and take a look. I think you should be proud of the work you did to save/restore this tree to health. God Bless ”- Danny N.


Please thank your crew for me. I also want to thank Nancy for her helpfulness in scheduling and in communicating with me. I continue to be impressed with the quality of service which you folks at Preservation Tree provide. ”- Craig E.

Getting Ahead of the Storm. Get a tree check up before it’s too late!

What is the best way to protect your trees from damage in a storm? Make sure they’re healthy before the storm hits. Here in North Texas, we never know when we’ll suffer a severe storm. But we do know it’s bound to happen out of the blue. With such erratic weather behavior, its best to keep trees protected year round. Most tree injuries or hazards just aren’t visible to the untrained eye. You might be surprised to find what your trees could be hiding.

We recommend putting your trees through an annual inspection by an experienced certified arborist so they can identify any hazards or health issues. But tree care is always a team effort. Here are some simple things you can do year-round to better care for your valuable trees:


Often, the homeowner is completely unaware that there is a problem with their tree; until this happens!

Feed Your Trees

Trees that are stressed and undernourished are more susceptible to pests and diseases.
Urban life puts a lot of pressure on our trees. It’s easy to think your
trees are doing just fine on their own. But, you’ll need to feed your
urban trees in order to keep them healthy and strong. Feeding your trees
involves both feeding the soil around your trees and directly
fertilizing the trees themselves at the right time. In spring, summer
and fall, your trees should be fertilized to support healthy growth. In
spring, fall and winter, soil can be boosted with mycorrhizal fungi and
liquid compost extract. Winter is an important time to treat trees for
certain pests, such as scale.

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No time to take care of your own tree health? For details on our complete SEASONS program, click HERE.

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Give Your Trees a Drink

Drought has been the biggest contributor to tree loss in DFW over the last several years. Texas has lost a total of 500 Million trees due to drought. Again,
you might think your large established trees are doing just fine
without your help; but you’d be wrong. Trees need supplemental water
when conditions are hot. Drought-stressed trees become weak, brittle and
susceptible to many pests and diseases. Trees in this condition can
easily topple over once a storm hits. Just because you water your lawn
around your trees for a few minutes doesn’t mean your trees are getting
enough. Lawns and trees compete for water and nutrients so you’ll need
to make sure they both get what they need. Drip hoses and slow-drip
water bags can be placed around trees in the summer to provide much
needed water. Be sure to review your city’s water restrictions; many have exceptions for watering your trees and foundation plantings.

Prune trees the right way

of our passions is proper tree pruning. There are so many unqualified
individuals pruning trees in the DFW area; they may be severely damaging
your trees without even knowing it. Improper pruning (especially
“thinning” so that lawns get more sun) can result in weak, hazardous
trees. If a guy pulls up in a truck with a chainsaw and has a ladder, rethink your hiring decision!

Not pruning your trees at all is just as bad as poor pruning.
By having your trees inspected by a certified arborist annually, you
can better identify when and how your trees need to be pruned. There is a
lot of science that goes into structuring a tree’s canopy the right way
so that both it and the rest of your landscape doesn’t suffer.

Ready to get your trees on an Eco-friendly maintenance plan? Give us a call
to hear more about our SEASONS program and tree pruning. To learn more
about proper watering, bookmark our blog or tag us questions using #deeproots on Facebook and Twitter.

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