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Best Harvest Times for North Texas Gardens

Determining when to harvest vegetables from your North Texas garden is equally important as knowing what and how to cultivate. Some vegetables are forgiving and can be left in the garden a longer period of time but many need to be picked at the crucial ripening point.

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Shade Conditions for Residential Landscaping

One of the major elements for successful residential landscaping is to determine the amount and quality of light and shade your yard will receive.  It’s important to understand that this amount can change over time.  As trees and shrubs mature they can cast shadows lowering the duration of sunlight...

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Landscaping Design Ideas for Difficult Yards

Every homeowner wants to have a beautiful yard.  They know it will increase the value of your home, improve the neighborhood and offer owners a haven for play, entertaining and relaxation.  Almost all difficult yards though will offer their own set of challenges...

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6 Tips for Terrific North Texas Landscaping

It’s that time of year when spring fever makes us daydream lovely thoughts for our North Texas landscaping.  If your home is your castle then your yard is your own private Garden of Eden.  With a little planning you can add terrific color, warmth and texture to create a special atmosphere... Learn more!

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Native Plants for Ft. Worth Landscaping

Spring is here and gardeners across Texas are itching to start working in their yards, especially with native plants to Texas.  As you plan your Ft. Worth landscaping, keep in mind the benefits of using native plants.  These indigenous options will require water in amounts produced by natural rainfall, they can resist the North Texas heat and using them in your yard helps create an identity for this region...

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Using Gravel in Landscape Design

Gravel is a very versatile choice for your landscaping design plans and there are many reasons to consider it for your garden:  that lovely crunching sound it makes underfoot, the modest cost compared to most hardscape materials, the bonus of preventing erosion and water runoff, and simply that it looks great in almost any style you choose...

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How to Choose A Residential Landscape Company

Now that spring has arrived many home owners are looking wistfully at their lawns and wanting to see themselves surrounded by beautiful landscaping.  A thoughtfully designed yard using a residential landscape company can transform any home while improving the curb appeal and increasing the value.

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Best Grasses for Residential Landscapes in North Texas

There are many choices for lawn grasses that will do well in residential landscapes, but sadly there is not one perfect grass. Each variety will have pros and cons. Reviewed here are solid options so that you can choose which may be best for the growing conditions in your North Texas lawn.

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Xeriscape for Ft. Worth Landscaping

Xeriscape -- what a fun word! Add it to your vocabulary and add it to your Ft. Worth landscaping plans. Xeriscaping is landscaping that has been designed specifically for yards located in areas that are vulnerable to drought conditions. Coming from the Greek word xeros which means dry, xeriscape translates to dry landscape.

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