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Annual Color, A Perennial Favorite

Nothing has a bigger impact in the landscape than annual color! There’s something about the bright vibrant pink, yellow, red and orange blooms that gives the landscape that extra “pop”.  Planting combinations of bright colorful annuals mixed in with existing dark green foliage adds outstanding beauty even

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March 2018 Landscaping Tips

  March is here so Spring can’t be far behind. The last average frost date in North Texas is March 13 th ,with this being said there’s still plenty to do in the landscape. Below are some recommendations for March. #1) Plant & Mulch around Trees &

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Premier Nursery’s January Landscaping Tips

Premier Nursery’s January Landscaping Tips   It’s hard to believe its January already; even so there’s still plenty to do in the landscape. Below are some recommendations for January. #1) Plant Shade Trees, Landscape Shrubs and Fruit Trees! Make sure all established as well new plantings have

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Color it Fall!

Color it “Fall” Now that Summer is giving way to fall and the weather outside is inviting, its time to think about “Fall Color”. As the temperatures begin to level out from the 100’s to the mid to low 80’s it’s the perfect opportunity to get outside

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Crape Myrtles: Summer Color That Beats The Heat

Crepe Myrtles (Lagerstroemia indica) You know its summer in North Texas when the thermometers all read 100 degrees plus for days at a time. We also know its summer when we see the long lasting pink, red, and purple blooms of everyone’s favorite summer blooming tree the

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Flowering Shrubs: Summer Color that Beats the Heat

Flowering Shrubs   Summer Color That Beats the Heat! North Texas summers bring extended heat, drought, and less than I deal conditions for plant growth making it becomes especially challenging to for most plants to produce blooms.  However here in North Texas we have a few perennial

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Spring Favorites for Sun or Shade

Spring has sprung and most plants are in their prime right now! Its a great time to get instant gratification out of anything you plant right now, but looking forward to the Summer ahead consider these late April and early May favorites that will give your landscape

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Weed Prevention Starts Now

Early Spring Weed Control Its February and that means its time to get a head start on early spring weeds. The best way to keep those pesky weeds away is by using a Pre-Emergent weed control. Weeds are grouped into two categories, either broad leaf or grassy

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The Tropical Look: Hibiscus

Hibiscus-Perennial or Tropical? The genus “Hibiscus” refers to both Tropical and non-tropical Hibiscus varieties. There are noticeable differences between the two types. Tropical Hibiscus are non-hardy varieties that will not survive our winter temperatures and therefore they are treated as annuals in our area. The Tropical Hibiscus

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Flowering Shrubs: Sun or Shade

Flowering Shrubs Shrubs are an important part of any landscape and can be used as a focal point in the landscape or great accents to trees or hardscapes. When considering what kind of shrubs you want for your landscape make sure you consider flowering shrubs that compliment

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