Add Color to Your Winter Landscape

Many people believe that the winter is the off-season for their gardens.  However, it is the cold season here in Texas, but typically that doesn’t mean freezing temperatures.  Many of our gardens look rather bleak in the wintertime.  However, there are ways to...

How To Protect Your Plants From Frost

When the water vapor in the air turns to solid, frost is formed. This is a thin layer of ice that will coat everything and happens when the temperatures start to fall.  There are different intensities of frost on plants which is called light or hard frost.  These...

Fall Landscaping Do’s and Don’ts

Fall is a wonderful time of year.  Here in Texas, we welcome the break in the heat. However, it is also a time of year that we need to tend to our yards and gardens a little differently than in other seasons.  With each season comes different responsibilities. ...

7 Tips For Late Summer Lawn Care

Summer is a great time for having some awesome outdoor fun under the hot Texas summer sun on your home’s lawn. However, all this activity (and don’t forget the bugs) can take a heavy toll on your lawn and nobody wants their lawn to look like a barren wasteland,...

Top 8 Tips to Grow Succulents

Some people like to have succulents incorporated into their patio designs. Succulents are trendy and, for the most part, easy to care for.  We thought it might help to offer some tips on how to grow succulent plants properly.  1. Plant succulents in a sunny window to...

How To Use Accent Planters to Beautify Your Landscape

Your landscape is a living, breathing entity that reflects your personality, sense of aesthetics, and the unique characteristics of your home. It helps instill a sense of calmness, serenity and can provide a sense of belonging. Often, the theme and design of your...