Landscaping and Design Tips for Brick Ranch Style Homes

Posted on: November 30, 2018

One of the many popular residential home designs in Texas is the brick ranch style home. This type of design harkens back to the homes of yesteryear and provide quite an interesting canvas for landscaping design. Although it may at times seem difficult to design a yard around brick materials, […]

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4 Fall Landscaping Tips for Thanksgiving

Posted on: October 30, 2018

Halloween may be on its way out the door, but Dallas homeowners need to keep in mind that this only marks the beginning of the fall season. After the skeletons, cobwebs and phony spiders have been put away, it is time to prepare your lawn and landscaping for the annual […]

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How to Create the Perfect Edge for Your Landscaping

Posted on: September 28, 2018

Edging is proof that not all lawn maintenance jobs are created equal. Edging your lawn is actually one of the most looked-over landscaping chores by homeowners across the board. However, while this is a task that is overlooked, you want to make sure that you have the job done right […]

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Mulch vs Rock for Landscaping

Posted on: August 29, 2018

Mulch vs rock; what is the best material to cover your garden bed? Texas landscaping comes in many different forms and styles. However, no matter the style that you choose to follow for your flower beds and lawn, there needs to be a solid foundation at its core.  This is […]

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Meet 4 Texas Insects That Are Lawn Killers

Posted on: July 31, 2018

From your lawn to your flower beds, the way that your yard looks should matter to you. Anything that can damage the visual appeal of your lawn should be pointed out and removed immediately. While most people think that lawn care stops at mowing the grass and picking weeds, one […]

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How to Create Thriving Texas Landscaping

Posted on: July 14, 2018

One of the things that Texas is typically known for is its variants in the types of regions that reside in our large state. From plains to deserts, forests, and even beachside land, Texas is a very diverse state with several landscaping opportunities for those of us who enjoy some […]

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