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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
Winter is here and most of the deciduous trees have shed their leaves. The early January freeze reminded us what
We may not sell Christmas trees here at Fannin Tree Farm, but we are passionate about the health - and
The Fannin fans out there - the "Fan"nins (okay, we'll workshop that) - know that we don't do Christmas trees
As the state tree of Texas, pecan trees are a mainstay of Texas imagery and culture. These stately beauties reach
  Why Mature Trees Provide More Benefits Than Young Trees At Fannin Tree Farm, we recommend that homeowners purchase mature
North Texas Shade Trees
The Four Most Beautiful Shade Trees in North Texas Summer brings family vacations and poolside relaxation. Unfortunately, summer also brings
Friday, May 5 – Sunday, May 7 Because Arbor Day is one of our favorite holidays, one weekend of celebration
Know When to Replace or Repair a Storm-Damaged Tree Since North Texas is no stranger to severe weather, it’s important
Win a FREE 45-Gallon Tree Fannin Tree Farm is celebrating the season by hosting a Free Tree Sweepstakes. We will
Friday, April 28 – Sunday, April 30 Arbor Day in the United States dates back to 1872 when a man named
Add Some Color to Your Landscape   As longer days of sunshine summon us outside, the prettiest trees in Texas