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Ready to Serve Your Landscaping Needs in 2021 and Beyond

Another year has come and gone, and this year was a particularly difficult one for so many reasons. Through the ...
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The Hardscapes Your Garden Needs for Outdoor Holiday Entertaining

As the holidays near, you may be preparing to host family and friends at your home for eating, drinking and ...
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Brighten Your Garden for the Upcoming Holidays

The weather is beginning to cool, and the lush days of summer are fading away. But just because we’re entering ...
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Add Seasonal Color to Your Landscape

As summer turns to fall, bright hues of red, orange and yellow herald the arrival of the season. If you’re ...
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Complementing Your Landscape with Water Features

Whether it’s a pool, a fountain or a running stream, water features are a popular way to liven up your ...
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The Importance of Irrigation Planning

Just like people, plants need water to survive, and the water needs of different plants vary depending on their state ...
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Keep Your Landscape Lush in Summer Heat

It’s shaping up to be another hot Houston summer, and high temperatures can affect the look and livelihood of your ...
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Irrigation and Drainage Go Hand in Hand

Before your landscape is even installed, irrigation and drainage concerns need to be addressed, since both are imperative to keeping ...
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The Guide to Azaleas

For some avid gardeners in the south, azaleas are at the top of the must-have plant list. With thousands of ...
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Proper Pruning Makes all the Difference

Pruning your plants, trees and shrubs can improve health and appearance; however, if you over do it or don’t prune ...
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