Native to Southwest and Central Texas, the blooms of the Texas Mountain Laurel are one of the first signs of spring. The flowers are typically dark purple but occasionally a tree will bloom in pale lavender or white. No matter... Continue Reading →
The single most important factor to how a newly planted tree performs is whether it was planted correctly.
Stout, strong, majestic, a centurion along the roadways - that’s how I see our native Texas sabal palm. This is the one palm native to the Rio Grande Valley. Twenty years ago, the only large native stand could be found at the... Continue Reading →
One new-to-us tree that I am really loving is Desert Willow. It always fun when we start growing something new - but this tree is really blowing our socks off. The transition that the crop made last spring was amazing. Of course,... Continue Reading →
Pruning is an important to your tree's health
A little planning will go a long way when it comes to adding trees to your landscape.