Winter Planting and Landscape Care for 2020

Posted on: January 31, 2020

Winter is down-time for many gardeners, but your garden does not need to be brown and bare all winter.  January and February offer those who are yearning to get outside to dig in the dirt some wonderfully cool weather plants to work with. Dianthus in Your Landscape Dianthus is a […]

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Easy Lawn Care Resolutions You Can Keep in 2020

Posted on: December 31, 2019

The New Year is here and resolutions are running high amongst North Texas homeowners. While your weight and finances are great areas to make goals, think about how your lawn could benefit from some heartfelt resolutions. Although most resolutions are made and forgotten within weeks, promises to your lawn are […]

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How to Protect Your Lawn From Holiday Foot Traffic This Thanksgiving

Posted on: November 27, 2019

It’s Thanksgiving. You are cooking for a big group of family and friends. There will be cars parked in your driveway plus up and down your street. Your guests will be carrying children, slow cookers, baskets of bread, and side dishes.  It’s cold so they want to get into your […]

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Landscape Friendly Holiday Decor Ideas

Posted on: October 31, 2019

Your landscape probably experiences a lot of activity during the year with kids, pets, friends, or family events occurring on it every week during the summer and the months when outdoor activities are common. Unfortunately, the holiday season that begins in the fall can wreak havoc on the health and […]

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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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HOW TO GET RID OF GRASS BURRS

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 seasons. Stick it to Grass Burrs With […]

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