Go Native, Texas

Native plants are defined as: “A Plant that occurs naturally in a particular region, state, ecosystem, and habitat without direct or indirect human actions.” and we are here today to tell you a little about going native with your landscape! There are many interesting and beautiful Native

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Roses are red; well not always

Roses can be red, but also white, pink, yellow, blue and even the colors in between. There are many different types of roses to choose from, such as Hybrid Tea’s, Floribunda’s, Shrub Roses, Climbing Roses, Carpet Roses, and Standard Roses. Roses require at least six to eight

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Feed Your Plants They’re Hungry!!!

It’s time to fertilize, not only your lawns, but also your trees, shrubs, and annual & perennial flowers as well. When it comes to fertilizers make sure you know what your getting! Every fertilizer has a three part blend of key macronutrients required for strong healthy plants,

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April

We have our best selection of trees, shrubs and annual/perennial color this time of the year as well as some plant material that you wont find any other time of the season. Plant container roses now. Fertilize lawn with a 3-1-2 ratio fertilizer or you can still

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May

Watch for chinch bugs and grub worms as well as brown patch. Plant warm season veggies- okra, black eyed peas, watermelon, etc. Make sure everything is mulched before it gets too hot. This will help conserve moisture and save on watering. Make sure plants are being watered

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June

Time to apply a second application of lawn fertilizer before it gets too hot, always use a slow release, 3-1-2 ratio. Now would be the time to raise the mower blade a couple of inches. Taller grass needs less water. Plant crepe myrtles, St. Augustine, Bermuda grass,

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July

July is the time to think about next spring, as well as time to separate any bulbs that you have. Always let the foliage die down and turn brown before you dig and thin out your bulbs. When growing bulbs you should plan on doing this every

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August

In the month of August watering becomes one of the most important maintenance issues. If there is not enough rainfall then it is up to us to provide the water needed to keep all of our landscape investments alive. Water your plants early in the day and

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September

This month is the time to begin to applying any final pre-emergent weed control you want to- Planting Fescue seed lawns that are not treated with pre-emergent weed control will prevent fescue and other cool season grasses from growing. Clean out flower beds, and prep the beds

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October

Make your spring bulb selection, such as tulips, daffodils, etc. Tulip bulbs need to be chilled for 6 weeks and then planted after thanksgiving. Fall is also one of the best times to plant. Think about planting trees, shrubs, fall color, or pansies as well as wild

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