Best Grass for Lawns in Texas

Hot summers and mild winters make Texas a unique area for grass growth. The size of the state means that Texas residents span a few different climates. In the panhandle, or the northern part of Texas, rainfall is more common, and winters come with snow and freezing temperatures. In central and southern Texas, residents struggle…

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Kill Your Texas Weeds This Winter

Winter is the perfect time to start your weed prevention regimen. While grass is dormant and unable to grow, you can safely break out your most powerful weed killers. Preventive maintenance for a successful spring garden also includes stopping new weeds from growing before they have a chance to take advantage of spring’s warm weather.…

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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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