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Do I really need a Dormant Oil Treatment?

We begin our Dormant Oil treatments in December and January. This application is very helpful to give control and eliminate the majority of pests that can survive through the winter such as: egg masses, scale (including azalea scale), mites, and many other insect life forms. Call the

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Crabgrass? Weeds? How To Get A Nice Weed Free Lawn

The outside area around your home can be just as important to your mental and social health as the inside. You see your yard every time you look at the window or exit and enter your home. It is also something viewed by neighbors and visitors. Read

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North Texas Lawn Care Tip

Watering Of the elements that make up a turf grass plant, water is the most important element. A turf grass plant is made of almost 90% water. A dry lawn will show stress. Water once a week if “Mother Nature” does not provide at least an inch

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Fall Flowers Now Available

It’s time to plant your Fall Flowers! Granulawn offers installation of Fall Flowers chosen by the Pros specifically to flourish in North Texas. Dianthus Colors: Pinks and Whites and color shown Also a version that look like peppermints! Price per flat installed: $27.50 Dusty Miller Colors: White

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Winter Prep for Lawn & Landscape

1. Raise your mowing height! Mow high in the fall. This creates a buffer zone that will help insulate the root system against cold injury or freeze damage. 2. Mowing Schedule Recommendations Be sure to mow at least bi-weekly during the October and November months and once

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Preparing Your DFW Lawn For Winter

Preparing Your DFW Lawn For Winter

The key to making sure you have a beautiful yard every spring is first properly preparing it for the long winter. Whether we have a mild winter here in North Texas or experience one of our periodic “frozen” Februarys, it’s a better plan to take some easy

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The Secrets To Lawn Mowing

Lawn mowing may be a usual necessity which maintains the cleanliness of the grass. However, lawn mowing isn’t a job that is to be undervalued. In fact, mowing is among the substantial traditions of lawn care you can achieve. As a matter of fact, lawn mowing is

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Planting Trees In Post-Drought Texas: The Correct Way To Do It

Here in Southeast Texas we have witnessed the 2011 drought kill way too many of our native Texas trees. Many of our customers are looking to replace the trees that died, and need pointers on which are the best Texas tree kinds for hardiness, relatively fast growth,

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Keep Those Leaves & Grass Clippings-Your Lawn Loves Them

If you use a lawn care company to do your lawn work, ask that they use organic lawn care programs on your lawn. Make sure that this involves the use of a mulching lawnmower. Paying the lawn care people to dispose of your grass clippings and then

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