Top Ways to Plan your 2021 Lawn Care Schedule in the Winter

Posted on: November 30, 2020

A lawn worthy of a second glance doesn’t happen by chance.  It takes work, and work takes good design.  The early bird gets the worm, right? Just hope it isn’t a grub worm…. but seriously, attaining a great lawn in the spring takes careful winter planning. A great lawn doesn’t […]

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How to Repair Barren Lawn Areas Before Thanksgiving

Posted on: October 30, 2020

Whether you have moved into a new home this fall or if your lawn is showing stress from summer’s hot temps, insects or foot traffic. The time before Thanksgiving is a great time to work on the barren spots in your lawn. Many people choose to wait until spring to […]

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Top Landscaping Mistakes To Avoid This Fall

Posted on: September 30, 2020

You might think that autumn is the time to wind down your lawn care routine; a time to sit back and enjoy the beauty of the summer’s hard work. That is only partly true.  In order to have a beautiful landscape to enjoy in the spring, there are several things […]

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End of the Summer Landscaping Tips

Posted on: August 28, 2020

Summer is winding down but that doesn’t mean it’s time to set aside the gardening tools. Your landscaping requires year-round maintenance because it should always look its best. As the hot days become a little shorter, keep these tips in mind when getting your lawn and flower beds ready for […]

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6 Summer Threats to Your Lush Landscape

Posted on: June 26, 2020

Summer is finally here and it’s time for your hard work on your landscape to shine. You’ve watered, fertilized, and mowed your best all year! However, your labor of love could easily be all for naught if you allow these six summer threats to stress your lawn into an eyesore. […]

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The Steps Yepez Takes to Keep Clients Safe and Lawns Healthy

Posted on: April 28, 2020

Life, as we know it in Dallas, Texas, has shifted due to the serious nature of the COVID-19 outbreak. Your favorite restaurants may be closed, the parks your children used to roam have been shuttered, and social distancing orders have made shopping for essentials look like something out of a […]

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