Lawn Watering Restrictions for Denver and the Front Range

In Colorado, beer is for drinking, water is for fighting! That’s why most communities along the Front Range have lawn watering restrictions in place. These restrictions help preserve the Colorado River Basin and reservoir levels, so there’s enough water for agriculture and recreation. Denver Lawn Watering Restrictions From May 1 to Oct. 1, Denver Water […]

Lawn Mowing and Maintenance in Dallas

A maintenance-free lawn doesn’t exist in North Texas. That’s the first thing to keep in mind when you think about your yard in Dallas or Plano or Irving. Because the growing season is so long, you’ll be putting work into it even longer than homeowners in cooler climates. But it’s not complicated! Here are some […]

Native Plants That Thrive in Dallas

It takes a Texas-tough plant to thrive in a North Texas garden without coddling. The Metroplex sits in the middle of the Blackland Prairie ecological area and sees some extreme temperatures, from the upper 20s in the winter to 100s in the summer. But native plants — the ones that evolved in the DFW area […]

The Worst Weeds in Atlanta, Georgia

By getting rid of nature’s invasive plants, we can reap the benefits of a healthy, green lawn. But keeping the lawn and garden weed-free in Atlanta can be challenging, especially in the warmer months. While we can’t always prevent them from spouting, we can stop them from spreading. Here are some tips for controlling the […]

The Worst Bugs in Austin and How to Get Rid of them

Living in a lush city with mild winters feels like heaven… until the armies of pests begin to congregate in yards, on patios, and around pools, waiting for their chance to ruin your day. The creepy crawly, not to mention bitey and stingy contingent of this corner of the world can’t help it. They’re thirsty […]

Watering Restrictions in and Around Houston

You may be hot, but you can get into hot water if you use too much water in Houston. With average summertime temperatures in the mid-90s, it’s an absolute must to stick with the city’s water conservation plan. Watering restrictions in and around Houston are in place because drought in Texas is common.  Sticking to […]