It doesn’t happen often, but when we have freezing weather in North Texas, it can be disastrous for the trees and plants on your property. What can you do to reduce the damage and prepare yourself for freezing weather conditions?
It’s important that trees are pruned properly and at the right time of year. The winter dormancy is a good time to do a major trimming and re-shaping of your shade trees and evergreen shrubs.
Most grasses are dormant in the winter months, so you might think that winter is the time to take a break from landscaping. Quite the opposite. The winter months are the best time to prepare your property for spring.
One day we are enjoying a lovely day with 75- to 80-degree weather and before you know it, the temperature drops to 35 degrees overnight. North Texas might even be looking at our first freeze of the season. It is not too late to winterize your irrigation system to prevent water loss and icy walkways. Prepare your irrigation system for