San Antonio Lawn Mowing and Maintenance

There’s plenty to love about South-Central Texas. You know its iconic historical landmark, the Alamo. But it also has vast landscapes and beautiful waterways such as the San Antonio and Comal rivers. These natural, lush environments thrive without much help. But if you’re living in this part of Texas, you’ll have to put in some […]

The Worst Pests in San Antonio and How to Get Rid of Them

Photo credit: Thompson Rivers on Visual Hunt / CC BY-NC-SA Those summertime pests are back. Is there anything that bugs you more? They get under our skin, our clothing and gardens. Here’s a list of the pests that bug us in San Antonio and some tips on getting rid of them before they make your […]

Atlanta Watering Restrictions

Georgia is one of the lucky ones when it comes to water. The Peach State gets about 50 inches of rain a year. While we may struggle with the humidity in the thick of summer, we don’t exactly lack for water when it comes to our yards.  That said, watering your yard is not a […]

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 […]