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Dormant Seeding in the Winter

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Dormant Seeding in the Winter

Most winter lawn care projects include simply keeping things clean and healthy for the upcoming spring. However, there are a few things you can do to generate new growth despite the fact that much of your yard has gone dormant for the season. While many people are familiar with the term overseeding, you may not […]

Vegetables to Plant in the Winter

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Vegetables to Plant in the Winter

If you have resigned yourself to the idea that winter = shut down the veggie garden until next March, we’ve got news for you. Get your gloves and your trowel back out, because there are plenty of winter-loving edibles you can cultivate during the coldest months of the year. And besides, in this season when […]

Broadcast Spreaders Vs. Slice Seeders

Broadcast Spreaders Vs. Slice Seeders

If you’re experiencing bare spots in your grass, but don’t want to take on the task of laying new sod, you may be in the market for tools that can effectively seed your lawn. Overseeding is an easy and affordable way to replenish those areas where your turf is too thin to look attractive and […]

Winter Weeds to Look Out For

Winter Weeds to Look Out For

If you think you’re out of the weeds just because winter has set in, you may be wrong. Hopefully you’ve put in the worthwhile labor that’s necessary to cultivate a dense and resilient lawn that’s resistant to intrusive plants. That, after all, is the best preventative measure against weed infestations. However, sometimes our lawns are […]

Landscaping with Rocks and Flat Stones

Landscaping with Rocks and Flat Stones

In the cooler months and shorter days, many plants go dormant, or at least slow their growth down for a season, much like animals who hibernate through the winter. But in the temperate North Texas climate, we’re lucky enough to receive a good number of sunny days in the winter- many even warm enough to […]

Winter Flowers For Your Garden

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Unless you really know your flowers, you may assume that they all go dormant in the winter, leaving your garden a lifeless landscape of brown and yellow has-beens. That actually isn’t true at all, as there is a broad variety of flowers that will happily bloom throughout the winter months. Need some help with your […]

Gardening Tools: The Basics, Plus a Few Extras

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Every gardener has their set of go-to tools which they consider essential to the job. Tending your garden is a labor of love, and all forms of labor require the right devices. What are your must-haves? Are you first starting out, or perhaps in the market to spruce up your toolbox? We took a look […]

Outdoor Decor: Ideas For Your Patio

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Outdoor Decor: Ideas For Your Patio

Designing a comfortable and smartly decorated patio is like having a whole new room added to your house. Even with limited space and a tight budget, you can turn a boring slab of wood or concrete into a stylish outdoor living space that’s inviting in every season. We took a look at a few popular […]