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Best Plants Series – Trailing Rosemary

Trailing Rosemary makes our best plants for North Texas list. Our favorite part about this plant is the soft little blue blooms (somewhat purplish) this plant produces. It blooms sporadically throughout the year and will bloom in North Texas during our winter months. If you like a nice pop of color in your landscape, this […]
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Loropetalum (a.k.a. Purple Fringe Flower) Update for North Texas

In early April, we received so many calls from people worried about their fringe flowers (also known as Loropetalum.) These popular plants took a real hit from the February freeze. I did a video specifically on Loropetalum (watch it here​). I’m happy to share some good news from all that freezing weather we had […]
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Ken Hyatt

A Message from Ken About COVID-19

Like everyone else, I’ve been closely following COVID-19 to determine best what I can do to help reduce the spread as a community member and small business owner. Also, many customers have contacted us concerned about the continuation of our services since spring has sprung in North Texas. It’s times like these that show us […]
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Do You Have Brown Patch?

How about this weather? It’s hard to complain about these cooler temperatures and rain, but it does bring Brown Patch, which we’ve been seeing a lot of in the past week. We typically don’t see Brown Patch until later September in North Texas, but with these cooler temperatures at night, we are seeing some brown […]
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When is the best time to landscape my yard?

I’m frequently asked, “What’s the best time of year to plant?” Technically the answer from best to worst seasons are: •  fall •  winter •  spring (yes, the season everyone thinks about landscape is third best) •  summer The reason I rank the seasons in this way is logical if you stop and consider that […]
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How To Get Rid Of Fall Weeds

I’ve been getting a lot of people asking me what can be done about all the crab grass and other weeds they’re seeing in their lawn this fall. The good news is most are summer weeds that will go away soon. The bad news is these weeds have already left their seeds in the lawn […]
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