Have a happy and safe Thanksgiving Day!
Cooler weather doesn’t mean that your property has to be bland and dreary. During the fall and winter months turf grass will go dormant. Many trees will drop their leaves, leaving you with less than attractive landscaping. With a good cool seasonal color plan, one that includes a variety of plants to add a pop of color and interest, your
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.
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