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Summer Lawn Care Treatment for a Healthy Landscape

Summer Lawn Care Treatment for a Healthy Landscape

Lawn care is a year-round effort, but certain seasons require some extra attention. The summer heat can easily sear some unwanted damage into your home’s curb appeal. From dried patches to determining how often to perform routine lawn mowing, your lawn’s needs at this...
How Tall Grass Impacts Your Summertime Lawn Care Efforts

How Tall Grass Impacts Your Summertime Lawn Care Efforts

No matter the type of grass you have, controlling its height is part of successful lawn care. The most common grasses in North Texas are Bermuda Grass, St. Augustine, Zoysia, and Buffalograss. Every type of grass has an ideal mowing height, not too short and not too...
Benefits of Perennials Over Annuals in Your Flower Bed

Benefits of Perennials Over Annuals in Your Flower Bed

Every homeowner wants their flower bed to consistently be in pristine condition. That’s why there is always a tough decision to make between planting seasonal or perennial flowers every year. A perennial plant or flower is simply a plant that lives more than two...
Flower Bed Maintenance Mistakes You May Be Making

Flower Bed Maintenance Mistakes You May Be Making

Excellent growing conditions around your home or commercial building can lead to beautiful plants and bountiful growth. However, there are quite a few minor errors that you can make that may add up to a lack of healthy growth and a missed opportunity for a beautiful...
Earth Day Eco-Friendly Lawn Care Tips

Earth Day Eco-Friendly Lawn Care Tips

It’s not uncommon to see homeowners practice terrible lawn care habits in their zeal for the most beautiful lawn on the block. Overwatering, watering at the wrong time of day, and planting the wrong type of plants and grass, can lead to a lot of extra money...
6 Tricks to Beating Back Spring Weeds

6 Tricks to Beating Back Spring Weeds

Spring has officially arrived in Frisco, Texas! The sun is out, the birds are chirping, and the weeds are inevitably growing in. While there is a lot to enjoy about spring, weeds in your yard’s landscaping aren’t one of them. Don’t reach for the weed killer just yet....
Tips For Increasing Curb Appeal When Selling A Home

Tips For Increasing Curb Appeal When Selling A Home

Selling your home means that it’s time to start making the property look like new or even better. While many people tend to rightfully focus on the interior of the home, the curb appeal tends to fall to the wayside. Don’t let your lawn raise any red flags! Take some...
4 Lawn Care Red Flags When Shopping For A Home

4 Lawn Care Red Flags When Shopping For A Home

Shopping for a new home requires a lot of attention to detail when the right decision is on the line. Many future homeowners have their choices inspected for plumbing problems and foundation issues. These are important, but there could be some serious lawn problems...
Protect Your Lawn From Your Pooch This Spring

Protect Your Lawn From Your Pooch This Spring

If you’re a dog owner, the chances are that you consider your four-legged companion a member of the family. While this may be the bone-a-fide truth, this familial relationship often comes with some lawn care consequences. Although your dog may not have ill-intent, its...
4 Lawn Care Tips for a Healthy, Green Lawn in 2019

4 Lawn Care Tips for a Healthy, Green Lawn in 2019

The winter holidays are over and it is time to start preparing your lawn for some spring beautification. Everyone wants their lawn to be green, lush, and impressive. However, without proper lawn care, mowing, or knowledge of how to keep a lawn healthy, this goal often...

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