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Dull Vs. Sharp Blades for Mowing Your Lawn

Dull Vs. Sharp Blades for Mowing Your Lawn

Mowing your lawn isn’t as simple as just dragging your mower across the yard. There is a distinct difference in how a lawn looks when cut with a sharp lawnmower blade and how it looks when it is shredded by a dull lawnmower blade. A sharp blade makes the lawn look...
Expert Lawn Care Tips for Fall Fertilization

Expert Lawn Care Tips for Fall Fertilization

Fall fertilization can help make your lawn a pleasurable experience. Nothing feels better than taking a barefoot stroll through your lush, freshly mowed lawn.  You don’t get that lush spring lawn without a bit of work in the autumn. Fall fertilizing is vital to your...
Keeping Up With Your Crepemyrtle

Keeping Up With Your Crepemyrtle

Known as one of hardiest shrubs, the Crepemyrtle (sometimes spelled crepe myrtle) is a favorite. It is a native of China and Korea. In the United States, it is known as the “lilac of the South.” The crepe-paper like petals of the attractive pink flowers are...
Foot Traffic and Lawn Damage

Foot Traffic and Lawn Damage

Grass should be easy to grow. After all, it will grow where you don’t want it. Right? But grass can be a challenge to grow and keep alive for many reasons. Sunlight, too much or too little. Water, too little or too much. Insects, rodents, lack of nutrients, lawn...
How to Spot 4 Common Lawn Diseases

How to Spot 4 Common Lawn Diseases

Lawn diseases during the summer are a plague for many Texas homeowner’s curb appeal. It’s very easy for diseases to take hold and spread across your yard before you’ve even had a chance to take action. Find out the most common lawn diseases and how to identify them...
How to Naturally Revive Your Dying Lawn

How to Naturally Revive Your Dying Lawn

A dead or dying lawn is never anything a homeowner wants to face. However, there is no denying that this summer has already been a scorcher. Even with appropriate lawn maintenance, your grass could face some serious damage from the sun. Many homeowners get concerned...
5 Signs of a Reliable Lawn Care Provider

5 Signs of a Reliable Lawn Care Provider

It’s summer, and time to think about hiring a residential lawn care team to keep your landscape green throughout the Texas heat. Don’t just hire the first teen that knocks on your door. Make sure your lawn is in great hands this season and every season after. Learn...
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...

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