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It’s That Time…

We’ve had some cold mornings and are probably in store for few more. Nevertheless, spring is approaching! We’re focusing this article on information that should be helpful in the preparations of your own lawn and landscape for this spring season. Mild winters can have you looking at a lawn full of weeds about now. If …

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Rain Woes

Welcome to the rainy season here in North Texas. As annoying as that may be and as tired as we get from all the tracking in and out with kids, dogs, muddy cars, and the constant cleaning, we need it — so don’t complain too loud. Before we know it, the drought restrictions will be …

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Welcome 2020

We hope everyone had a GREAT CHRISTMAS and that you’re looking forward to this new year. As the 2020 to-do lists come out, keep in mind projects can be exciting and the rewards enjoyed for years to come. But just remember, as we always say: “Good labor ain’t cheap and cheap labor ain’t good.” By …

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Winter Lawn Care

This time of year always seems like it’s one of the busiest as we move through the holiday season and toward the end of the year. As you’re preparing for Christmas and your own “end of the year deadlines” don’t forget to get outside and take care of some wintertime maintenance. As the trees are …

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Fall In Texas

The cooler air is here, rains been falling & the days are shorter. Fall in Texas is probably one of my favorite times of the year, it’s also a great time to make some improvements around your property. FIRE FEATURESFireplaces, pots & troughs are all great ways to add a feature to your space. Fire …

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