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How to care for trees in the fall
Colder temperatures, football back in season, and the leaves are starting to change, which could only mean one thing… fall
Koi Pond Oasis: Carol and Kenneth B., Plano, TX There is no doubt that Fannin Tree Farm has amazing customers
Remembrance Oak Tree
When I think about Trees, one of the things that fascinates me the most is their incredible potential for longevity.
Goodbye Summer, Hello Fall Sale Friday, August 23 – Sunday, August 25 It has been an eventful summer here in
When Valley Ranch was bought by Centurion American Development Group they asked Fannin Tree Farm to help transplant and preserve
There are some tree novices that think sunscald and sunburn mean the same, but they don't. Sunscald is caused by
I recently read something about how we like certain seasons of the year based on the positive things we correlate
Fannin Tree Farm Celebrates Texas State Arbor Day
Fall is one of my favorite times of the year. Not only is the weather cooling down, college football and tailgating
tree trivia
Tree Facts Are Fun! I love fun facts about anything. You never know when they will come in handy at
fall tree planting
Fall/Winter Checklist As the autumn approaches, be sure to take full advantage of the season. It is widely spoken that
fall tree planting
The Fall is a beautiful time of the year; the temperature starts to go down and provides gorgeous fall color
If your kids are like mine they are excited to escape far from the confines of the classroom, working hard
Summertime is all about tree maintenance. First and foremost, we prune trees for health, safety and aesthetics. A well-maintained tree
​Established in 2016, the Lawn & Garden Water Smart Tax Holiday was created to encourage responsible water use in Texas.
Have you ever notice a white powdery substance on your leaves? This may be Powdery Mildew. This disease can impair
Earth Day is just around the corner, and as an arborist I want to take some time to reflect on
Now that spring is here, and the plants are lush and green, the new succulent foliage is prime for insects
Managing trees in urban areas is more than adding fertilizer and pruning. It requires an understanding of soil physical and
February is here and we are fast approaching spring. Most of us are working hard to reach our new year
Texans have a certain affinity for all things Texas, and taking pride in everything related to our great state. As