To the crew – I just wanted to thank you for the great job you did trimming our trees. I know how difficult the job was due to the rain. Thanks so much! ”- Joan A.
As always your team did a great job. Hard work in this heat! Thanks! ”- Jim C.
Entries tagged with " Soil "
Soil type can vary widely across different parts of the DFW Metroplex, so we recommend getting to know some of the basics of soil type before you choose plants or start lawn and landscaping projects.
When we get torrential downpours, like we’ve had recently, the soil around DFW can max out on its water-holding capacity. While it’s good for our water reservoirs and lakes to fill up, your trees could be drowning.
Have you ever wondered what is going on in the soil beneath your feet? Well, the answer is: a lot. We decided it’s the perfect time to dig a little deeper into your soil and reveal what does and doesn’t make it healthy.
Preservation Tree knows that one of the most important components of a healthy soil is the presence of beneficial microbes; they make soil fertile for your trees and landscape, so they can grow strong and beautiful.
Texas has a unique climate, extreme seasons and soil you probably have never encountered unless you've lived in Texas. What grows up North, may not grow here. Which trees should you plant that might be similar to what you are used to? Find out!
Our heavy clay soils in North Texas already present some significant challenges to our trees, landscape plants and lawns. Throw in continual heavy spring rainfall and flooding and we have a recipe for root suffocation. Aerating soils in our landscape is already an important component of a good maintenance regimen, but it’s especially important this year because of all the heavy rain.