Springtime is when oak trees are the most prone to contracting oak.
Too much mulch piled up around the trunk of the tree holds too much moisture in and creates a perfect environment for insects, fungi, and other pest to feed on your tree.
Winter is here and for most of us that means taking out a blanket and cuddling inside next to the heater for a few months. Our trees, however, don’t get that option and must endure what the Texas weather has in store. H ere are a few measures you can take to ensure your tree endures the upcoming Winter months with as little stress and damage as possible:Estimated Reading Time: 3 mins.
Dec 07, When we prune in winter, it doesn’t cause new growth until spring, at which time the tree has access to the moisture, sunlight and nutrients it needs to support healthy growth.
Plus, dormant pruning gives trees time to heal from pruning cuts before warmer weather brings out Estimated Reading Time: 4 mins.