- 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
Trimming Ornamental Grasses
The last week of January to first week of February is the best time to prune ornamental grasses. New spring growth will not emerge properly and abundantly if plants are ...
Succulents – Our Winter Surprise!
Just when you think things are going monochromatic for the winter, a bright stalk appears in the landscape, then another and another… the aloe plants have gone into bloom. Torches of red, ...
Too Much Rain?
We’ve had abundant, much needed rain this past week! Soils are well hydrated. There may be issues with too much rain with the forecast of more tropical downpours coming over ...
Now That’s Some Good Food!
Growing food is all the trend as farmers markets, farm to table restaurants, and the phrase “locally grown” gives credit that the food will be the freshest available! But to ...
Ready, Set, Get Your Garden Going!
Yes, it is time to begin preparing the vegetable gardens for your tomatoes and peppers! Work in Cotton Burr compost or Natures Blend to enrich your garden for the new ...
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 ...