When selecting turf for North Texas properties the first consideration should be drought tolerance. In addition to the watering requirements, you must consider the location and the amount of sunlight and shade the grass will receive. The most popular grasses are St. Augustine, Bermuda, and Zoysia.
Many North Texas cities have watering restrictions, which apply to the use of hose−end sprinklers or automatic irrigation systems on both commercial and residential properties. What can you do to keep the landscaping on your property looking good?
City of Dallas Water Conservation and Richland College are sponsoring a FREE irrigation workshop with local experts who will show you the ways you can maintain and perform simple repairs on your irrigation system.
As you prepare your property for spring, you may have questions about basic landscaping tasks. We recently received a great question about one of spring’s most important landscaping tasks: applying mulch.
What can you do if you see signs of Rose Rosette Disease in you roses?
Roses can be susceptible to certain diseases and pests. This year we are seeing an increase in the occurrence of Rose Rosette Disease.