Tree Ideas – More to come soon.

I love trees so I will probably write up a few more quick and simple posts similar to this in the near future. Expect some more well thought out ideas and descriptions that are more localized to follow. In the mean time, here is an article from a Garden Design magazine that I get frequent […]

ATX Locals

As we have stated many times before, we are locals and have been for a long time. I was actually born and raised right here in Austin. I lived in Allendale back when you could get a house for 100k. My back yard was the park where they filmed Dazed and Confused. Matthew McConaughey has […]

How to survive the Austin Heat

Here is a bit from a funny (but useful) article about surviving the Austin heat. My car literally couldn’t keep up today and cool down while on Mopac… If this is your first summer in Austin (and with more than 100 of you moving here every day, there is a good chance that it is), […]

Lawn Care of the Future? Electric Equipment & Robots ????

Where is the Lawn and Landscape industry headed? What will it look like in five, ten, or 20 years? My dad started doing lawn care in Austin about 30 years ago and he has seen the industry change. I plan on Top Choice Lawn Care being around in 30 years. If we are going to […]

Texas Superstar Plants

Yards have even more options for plants that gardens, but this is a good start.

Fall Garden in Central Texas

Novella on Fall Planting

  Believe it or not, it’s time for Fall planning ???? Most people think of spring as the time to add plants, flowers ????????, and making the world a little greener.  What most people don’t realize is that Fall ???? is a great time to plant – and in Austin – it may even be […]

Autumn Sage (Salvia greggii)

Another great selection for adding a vibrant splash of color to your yard is the Autumn Sage.  Native to Central Southwest Texas, this perennial shrub remains green during the entirety of the year while blooming March-November.  They are perennials, so depending on the micro climate, they could use a pretty aggressive winter cut back if […]

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