Why You Should Always Fertilize Your Lawn in the Fall

Posted on: September 30, 2019

Fertilize your lawn in the fall! This may seem crazy because most lawn maintenance professionals will promote spring fertilization until they’re blue in the face. Yes, we understand that spring fertilization is important to any garden or lawn ready to thrive during the summer. However, even a spring lawn needs […]

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Stick it to Grass Burrs With These Landscaping Tricks

Posted on: August 15, 2019

Living in Texas, you already know that the seasonal changes often bring about hordes of tiny land mines across your lawn. Grass burrs are a landscaping nightmare that most homeowners forget about until they rear their thorny heads during the summer and fall. Taking Care of Your Grass Burrs! While […]

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How To Solve Landscaping Erosion Problems

Posted on: July 31, 2019

Soil erosion is a landscaping problem that every homeowner should strive to avoid. Even though this is mainly a problem that impacts farmlands and structures on hillsides, it is still a problem that can negatively affect your home.  Find out why soil erosion is such a big landscaping pain, what […]

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Spring Storm Landscaping Survival Guide

Posted on: May 30, 2019

Living in Texas, the weather can be quite unpredictable and a large storm can easily take your area by surprise. When this happens, nothing is worse than seeing your landscaping labors get washed away in the turbulence. Even though we live in an area that runs the risk of lawn […]

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Top Spring Landscaping Ideas In Texas

Posted on: April 30, 2019

With the longer, warmer days, many homeowners decide to take a look at their home’s landscaping only to realize that the lawn is due for some updates. New trees, different types of bushes, or even a whole new blanket of grass could offer the home a beautiful, spring update. Here […]

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Tips For Mulching Leaves On Your Commercial Landscaping

Posted on: March 28, 2019

Commercial businesses in Dallas tend to reside in landscaping surrounded by trees that shade the property during warm summers. Sure, these natural beauties provide your commercial landscaping with some comfort, but what happens when the leaves eventually fall. Most business owners would say rake them up and dump them out. […]

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