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 […]

Lawn Mowing and Maintenance in Austin

Austin has it all: live music, festivals, art, and culture. There’s so much to do, the last thing you want is to get hung up on something as basic as keeping your yard green and lush. While you may think you know all about yard work, you may be in for some surprises when it […]

Controlling the Worst Weeds in Dallas-Plano-Irving

Everything’s bigger in Texas, including the weeds. They’re just a fact of life for homeowners in the Metroplex. The long growing season in north Texas that gives us gorgeous lawns is also hospitable to weeds, and you may end up locked in battle with the worst ones. Here are some tips for controlling the worst […]

Watering Restrictions in Dallas, Irving and Plano

It’s shaping up to be a fantastic 2019 in Texas, at least when it comes to drought. As the year began, more than 95% of the state was NOT in drought, and water levels were at their highest since the early 1990s. It’s certainly a very different picture than it was 10 years ago when […]

The Worst Bugs in Dallas (and How to Get Rid of Them)

Texas is bug heaven. With 100,000 types of insects known to exist in the United States, one-third can be found in the Lone Star State. According to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, “Texas has more different kinds of insects than any other state.” With our long, hot summers and 40 or so inches of […]

Best Georgia Native Plants for Atlanta

If you really want to “go green,” the best place to start is in your garden. We’re not talking about the greenery, but rather the environmental importance of choosing native plants and flowers. Georgia native plants will thrive in Atlanta and attract the pollinators our gardens need. The best part? You don’t need a green […]