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10 Best Indoor Plants for Clean Air

10 Best Indoor Plants for Clean Air

Top 10 Plants to Help Clean Your Indoor Air Aloe Vera (Aloe barbadesis) Bamboo Palm (Chamaedorea seifrizii) Chrysanthemum (Chrysantheium morifolium) Gerbera Daisy (Gerbera jamesonii) Golden Pothos (Scindapsus aures) Lady Palm (Rhapsis excelsa) Peace Lily (Spathiphyllum) Red-edged Dracaena (Dracaena marginata) Snake Plant (Sansevieria trifasciata) Spider Plant (Chlorophytum comosum) Best Plant Food & Fertilizer Stakes These are […]

How to Get Rid of Grubs

How to Get Rid of Grubs

The Wonder Down Under Your Lawn! Grubs! Lawn-loving larvae of various beetles, these tiny trespassers lurk beneath the surface of your grass. They feast on its roots, causing unsightly brown patches. So how to get rid of grubs and keep your lawn green? There are different ways, both natural and chemical, to rid your yard […]

How to Trim Shrubs & Bushes Into Shapes

Shaping  Shrubs & Bushes When shaping bushes, achieve optimum results by honoring their natural habit. Use restraint. Respect the fact that each bush is genetically programmed for a certain size, profile, and branching pattern. Make cuts that support these features and preserve the essential character of the plant. Lollipop shapes look unattractive on the front lawn. […]

How to Plant Begonias

Its as Easy as One Two Three! Growing Begonias It’s Easy to Grow Begonias.  Almost all homes have a place suitable for begonias. Places such as the north side of a building, under shade trees or in pots under a porch roof are perfect spots for planting begonias. Considered a Texas Superstar Plant, begonias will highlight […]

Growing Coreopsis – How to Care Guide

Growing Season is Here! Coreopsis flowers may be annual or perennial and come in a variety of heights. A member of the Asteraceae family, blooms of growing Coreopsis are similar to those of the daisy. Colors of petals include red, pink, white and yellow, many with dark brown or maroon centers, which makes an interesting […]

Best Shrubs for Texas Landscapes

Best Shrubs for Texas Landscapes

Shrubs for North Texas’ Heat and Drought Conditions In the absence of rain, most shrubs benefit from a once-a-month, thorough watering during the growing season. Normal lawn watering is not a substitute for thorough tree and shrub watering. The feeding portion of the root system in a tree or shrub is located within the top […]

Lawn Care Tips for the Spring Season

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Spring Cleaning Your Lawn The winter is finally coming to an end and your lawn looks like it took a beating, thus your lawn develop dead patches maybe even have grubs make their home in your yard? Spring is the ideal time to take the initiative and jump start your lawn for rest of the […]