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Tree Planting Services Corpus Christi TX

Local resource for tree planting services in Corpus Christi, TX. Includes detailed information on local tree planting services that give access to tree planting of types like shade, ornamental, and evergreen trees, along with services such as tree transplant services, tree trimming, tree pruning, and tree removal, as well as information on tree care and tree maintenance.

Estate Tree Service
(361) 884-3349
2854 Austin St
Corpus Christi, TX
 
Fishermans Lawn & Tree Service
(361) 765-6240
317 Circle Dr
Corpus Christi, TX
 
Southern Tree Care
(361) 857-5808
4514 Adkins Dr
Corpus Christi, TX
 
Rio Flora Farm
(956) 748-3433
San Benito, TX
 
Oasis Tree Town- south Texas
Glen Flora, TX
 
Brandon'S Tree Service
(361) 852-6245
4202 Hermosa Dr
Corpus Christi, TX
 
Rick'S Tree Service
(361) 852-0612
3342 Casa Rosa Dr
Corpus Christi, TX
 
Al'S Tree Service
(361) 993-7160
2906 Quebec Dr
Corpus Christi, TX
 
Steve Bauer Nursery
(956) 797-2000
La Feria, TX
 
Greenleaf Nursery
(979) 543-6891
El Campo, TX
 

Pros and Cons of Trees Near Your Outdoor Kitchen

One of the most pleasant aspects of having an outdoor kitchen is being able to spend time in the fresh air. On cool days, it’s also nice to have the sun shining down on you. But most people want some shade over their cooking area to help beat the heat during the prime BBQ season of summer. Hardscape features like awnings are one option, but what about natural solutions like trees?

Mother Nature’s Shade Delivery System

Trees give you that dappled sunlight and shade combo that a solid awning can’t match. You also get to enjoy fresher air since trees release oxygen during the day as a byproduct of photosynthesis. The oxygen isn’t not concentrated enough to ignite a fire if you light a cigarette (or your charcoal grill), but it does make the air smell great.

Drawbacks of Living Shade

The most obvious problem with having tree branches directly overhanging your cooking area is that birds love trees even more than we do. The thought of having a tender rib-eye ruined by a special delivery from above is almost too horrible to contemplate. Some trees (like mulberry) shed catkins in the spring and berries in the summer making a mess that’s nothing short of staggering. Even if you use a cover to keep your stainless steel appliances and nice granite countertops safe, there’s still a lot of cleanup to do.

Options that Might Work

The following YardShare contributors have learned to incorporate trees into their outdoor kitchen area without running into trouble.

Palm Trees Near Outdoor Kitchen

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