- Caring for New Landscape
- Good Water Practice for Established Trees, Shrubs, and Lawns
- Tree Watering Guide – Anaqua, Desert Willow, Italian Cypress, Magnolia, Mesquite, Norfolk Pine, Palms, Pecan, Possum Haw, Red Bud, TX Mountain Laurel, Vitex, Wax Myrtle, Wild Olive
- Tree Watering Guide – Live Oak, Cedar Elm, Crape Myrtle, Fan Tex Ash, Bamboo, Yaupon Holly
- Water Wise Landscaping
New Tree Do’s & Don’ts
Do plant the tree at the right depth, with the top of the root ball as high or slightly higher than surrounding soil. Do eliminate competition from lawn by clearing the grass out ...
With The Spring Flush Comes Insects!
Are you challenged with caterpillars, leafminers or whitefly every year? On your bougainvillea, hibiscus, ash or oak trees? If so, now's the time to apply Bayer Tree & Shrub Drench. ...
St. Augustine Turf Grass: Varieties We Sell & Their Characteristics
Floratam Pro- Good drought tolerance, better disease tolerance, vigorous growth quick to heal damage and resist weeds Con- Less shade tolerant than some varieties, less tolerant of some weed killers, ...
Tips for Indoor Gardening
We had a great garden talk last Saturday about plants for the indoors from Margaret Hicks, owner of Charlie Cook Associates in Dallas. Below are some of her top tips ...
How do I keep my plants looking healthy and blooming through our summers?
Proper watering is key to keeping your plants looking good in the summer. The best time to water is early in the morning so they are well hydrated going through ...
Fertilize Your Citrus in February!
January-February is prime time to fertilize your citrus plants. We recommend Espoma Citrus-tone for organic gardening. It is long lasting and it feeds the soil and the tree. Citrus-tone recommends ...