Trees are an essential part of our life. They provide us with oxygen, shade, and add beauty to everything that surrounds them. When you think back to being a kid, what is the first tree that comes to mind? Probably the oak tree. With its large, stoutly trunk and strong, powerful branches, these sentinel trees... Read more »
Trees are an important part of our Texas landscape. Yet, we sometimes take them for granted. These gentle giants seem to be indestructible and a permanent part of the landscape. But there are many problems that trees in Texas face and if we don’t take care of our trees, the next generation won’t be able... Read more »
Weeds are an annoying part of owning a lawn. Anyone familiar with fighting weeds knows that they seem to pop up faster than you can pull them. However, with proper weed management and knowing how weeds work, you can achieve your lawn care goals by controlling and even prevent them from ruining the look of... Read more »
As we prepare our yards for spring, there are a number of threats that we need to be aware of. The most destructive of those threats are lawn pests. Lawn pests cost Texas homeowners millions of dollars in lawn damage each year. That’s why it is so important to stay vigilant and be able to... Read more »
Springtime across the country is a time of rebirth and rejuvenation, the same is true for our Texas lawns. As spring comes around, our lawns become reactivated after winter dormancy, freeing them up to grow and fill in. This means that late winter and early spring is the best time to help prepare your lawn for the year ahead. Here are a few of the best early spring lawn care tips for preparing your grass for strong and healthy growth.
The argument could be made that mosquitoes are the worst backyard pests in Texas. These little blood-suckers regularly ruin outdoor events and can even transmit dangerous and deadly diseases. With West Nile virus, eastern equine encephalitis, and Zika virus on the rise, mosquito control here in Texas is more necessary than ever. Here are a few of the best mosquito control tips to give you a mosquito-free year in 2020.