5 Beautiful Plants Native to Texas

Planting flowers and other plants that are native to the area actually improves your lawn. Not only are they beautiful, but they require less maintenance and conserve resources. Native plants are more resistant to pesticides and local weather conditions (a strength in drought-stricken Texas), need less water, and support the ecosystem. If you’re interested in…

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How To Prevent Crabgrass

Almost anyone with a lawn has had an issue with crabgrass before. Everyone knows it when they see it: those ugly clusters of thick, coarse grass that never seem to leave your yard completely. Crabgrass (whose formal name is “digitaria” but is often known as crabgrass or finger grass) is one of the most common…

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Summer Lawn Care Tips

The hot, dry summers in Texas can mean disaster for a beautiful lawn. It can be frustrating when we want to plan outdoor activities and spend time in our yards but are forced to look at patchy, fried out grass. Fortunately, there are a few easy steps you can take to keep your lawn looking…

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