Now that summer is over, we can finally look forward to cooler weather. September is the month when you should start to sow cool season plants, and prepare trees and other landscaping on your property for fall weather.
Shrubs are not only used as ornamental plants, but many varieties make an excellent border or fence. There are several varieties of shrubs that grow well in North Texas. Your choice will depend on the landscape design of your property, the purpose of the shrub (ornamental or border), and the available space.
Are you planning to add new trees to your landscape? Perhaps you need to replace trees that died due to the drought, disease or other factors. Which trees will you choose for your property?
In North Texas, fall is a great time to plant and prune your trees. The goal of fall tree pruning is to improve the growing conditions for the next year’s growing season.
Now is the time to winterize the landscaping on your property. North Texas is currently enjoying beautiful November weather. The cooler temperatures make this the perfect time of year to take care of some essential landscaping tasks.
October is the time of year when property owners who want a green lawn during the winter months generally overseed their lawns with winter rye grass. Tips For Planting Winter Rye Grass: