The Worst Weeds in Fort Worth and How to Get Rid of Them

Some weeds always seem to grow faster than the grass. In a sense, those weeds are doing you a favor, since it makes them easier to spot and get rid of. It’s the invaders that are tough to spot that can make themselves at home and ruin your green lawn. You can control the worst […]

Water Restrictions in Fort Worth, Texas

Water is our most precious resource. That’s why the city of Fort Worth has implemented year-round water restrictions limiting the amount we use. This comes at a time when many drought-prone areas are imposing similar restrictions. The city’s don’t want us to stop watering, just to water smartly. You can do that by familiarizing yourself […]

Native Plants for Fort Worth

Choosing these native plants for a Fort Worth garden is a way to support the environment while saving yourself work.

Native plants for Baton Rouge, LA

Living in a subtropical planting zone has its advantages. One of the most noteworthy is the wide range of beautiful native plants we can use for landscaping. Natives are an optimal choice for yards and gardens because they’re already adapted to all the conditions the Gulf Coast environment can throw at them. They provide habitat […]

The Worst Weeds in Your San Antonio Lawn

Here are the five worst weeds that San Antonio area homeowners have to contend with, from chickweed to thistle.

Native Plants and Flowers That Thrive in Austin/Round Rock

If your peonies are looking puny and your daffodils are drooping, chances are, you planted some seriously unsuitable plants in a hostile environment. In the hot, humid, and often drought-stricken climate of Central Texas, the more native plants in your landscape, the higher your chances of enjoying low-maintenance flowers year-round. To get you started, here’s […]