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North Texas Winter Lawn Preparation

End of summer brings relief – sometimes. Hot weather has stayed around so let’s keep everything watered! Don’t need the summer schedules, but 2 days a week may be needed. Flowers and perennials, azaleas etc may need hand watering. If

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Mowing Heights—Spring vs Summer

When considering lawn mowing heights there is always a tendency to keep lawns short, maybe to mimic a golf course, or just a preference.  Low mowing heights in the spring helps clean-up debris.  Longer mowing heights in summer heat will

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Check Irrigation Systems

It is important to annually check irrigation systems for several reasons.  Having the irrigation systems checked will find broken elements, wore out nozzles, leaking valves, correct spray patterns, etc.  We cannot waste water or use it freely anymore.  Water restrictions

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Mulch Beds at Any Time

Mulch beds not only looks good, but can save the water that our landscapes get from rain or watering.  It will also reduce weeds and the Hardwood mulch will improve the soil health when it breaks down.  Hardwood is the most

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Pruning Crepe Myrtles

We will prune the Crepes to a tree shape.  Some have been so badly pruned in years past we can get them reshaped but it takes a focused effort.  What we will not do is chop them off and leave

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After Summer Irrigation

Be careful with after summer irrigation of the turf at night after October 1st.  Leaving the root zone wet when temperatures cooler at night can and WILL promote root rot and other disease symptoms.  This can progress to the turf

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