Interesting Landscaping Factoids

Brought to you from your good friend Tommy: Interesting Landscaping Factoids Here are some interesting facts about lawns and landscaping that I found searching the internet. There are about 21 million acres of grass in the United States in back yards and front lawns. That’s a lot of grass to cut. Lawns have actually been […]

Why Not Have Fun At Work?

The following is from the man, the myth, the legend…Tommy Why not have fun at work!?!  (We’re here for the long-haul) Have fun and laugh a lot and you’ll live longer.  That’s the findings from a study published in Psychosomatic Medicine.  Scientific American reports that women with a strong sense of humor were found to […]

Central Texas Winter Cut Back – Landscaping

Central Texas Winter Cut Back A little work in mid to late winter will result in a more beautiful and healthy landscape for the rest of the year. In central Texas, it is preferable to do this in January or early February. Perennials: As a quick reminder, perennials are any plant that lives longer than […]

New to Texas?

Here is a blog post from John! If you want an introduction to John, please visit our about page here. New to Texas like me? Here are some things you should know about caring for your lawn. The best grass for Texas lawns are the ones that can handle hot summers and mild winters, especially […]

Getting Ready for Bluebonnets

This blog post is from Tom! If you want to see a little more about him, then visit our team page here. We all love blue bonnets. Is there anything we can do to make the world a little more bluebonnet-y? Lot’s of people have Bluebonnet flowers pop up in their yards and if yours […]

Drip Irrigation – Trees

How to irrigate trees (and how not) People ask me about their irrigation system installation quite often. Usually, it’s the “should this be done this way?” kind of questions.  As a long time repair technician I could tell you several stories but one of my favorites is one from my first employer.  His first irrigation […]

Irrigation – Winter

This question comes up pretty frequently. “Why did my irrigation stuff freeze this year?!” Sometimes it is a repeat incident – 3rd year in a row. Sometimes a valve or backflow preventer has been good for a decade (and then it busts due to weather). We see many above ground backflow preventers (like the picture) […]

Leaf Season

Why do leaves fall?  Gravity.  We are always here for useful outdoor knowledge. Just let us know. 

Flagstone Patio – Before and After

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These guys are awesome. The guys that are out there every day, in 100+ degree weather, they are awesome. I (Nolan the office guy) marvel consistently at their work ethic, resiliency, consistency, and drive. Sometimes I forget stuff in my car and I have to go outside to get it. I come back inside and […]

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