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Mulch for Fall and Winter in North Texas

As the scorching Texas summer gradually yields to cooler temperatures, it’s time for gardeners in North Texas to start thinking about preparing their landscapes for the fall and winter seasons. One essential element in this preparation is mulch. Mulching offers...

5 Best Fall Flowers For North Texas

It’s Fall in Texas. As temperatures begin to dip and the days get shorter, North Texas gardeners are presented with a fantastic opportunity to spruce up their gardens with a burst of fall color. The slightly cooler weather from the 90-100 degree days provides an...

Common Landscape Problems in Winter?

It is best to landscape in the spring and even summer when the weather is most favorable for growth. However, the harsh winter brings new challenges. Knowing these difficulties will help one have a better overall understanding of what needs to be prepared for over the...

Six Landscaping Ideas That Will Help Your Yard Transition Into Fall

If you possess good design skills and do-it-yourself know-how, there is no limit to what you can create. However, sometimes you might need the help of professionals to transition your yard for the fall season.  We at Fallas Landscape would be happy to help.  Stay...

How To Fertilize Your Lawn For Fall

It’s not uncommon to fertilize your lawn in the spring, but don’t be fooled by the milder weather of October. Fall is actually the finest season to fertilize your lawn, much better than spring. With a proper fall fertilizer, grass regains its strength...

How To Overseed Lawns For Winter Grass

Overseeding is the process of sowing grass seed over an existing lawn, resulting in new growth and increased thickness that makes it harder for weeds to grow. It restores lawns that have deteriorated due to pet damage, natural aging, and heavy traffic. Overseeding...