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We are the best, affordable service in the HEB area and service Ft. Worth, Southlake and surrounding suburbs.
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Tree description of the month: Sweetgum (liquidambar styraciflua) - Sweetgum trees are beginning to be used in great abundance in Texas. They are native to sandy soil areas of east Texas and Oklahoma but are beginning to enter the Fort Worth area. They do fine in most soils if a few rules are followed: do not plant in rock; do not plant on steep slopes and give them plenty of water. They can be kept alive and healthy in rock, but a regular application of sulphur and chelated iron is needed.
One of the self-pruning trees, with beautiful fall color and attractive branching structure in the winter, the sweetgum is a low-maintenace tree when planted in the right place. The fall color will sometimes be yellow salmon, scarlet and maroon - all on the same tree in some cases!