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...

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 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. ...