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November Newsletter: Fall Flower Color Well Check

Fall Flower Color disappearing?  Let us know if you have any concerns.  Hungry bunnies or grub worms may be at work. November Flower Tips Our North Texas weather has created a healthy environment for grub worms this year. When your fall flowers were planted we put down […]



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Celebrating the arrival of fall weather!

Celebrating the arrival of fall weather!

We know Fall can be a busy time of year for families.  Please take a few minutes to walk through your landscape or schedule an appointment for one of our managers to walk through your landscape. An ounce of Prevention is worth a Pound of cure especially […]



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Fall Color from Green Meadows Landscaping

Fall Color from Green Meadows Landscaping

We are currently taking fall Flower Color orders, and we have several new colors to choose from.  When you are deciding on colors remember that your pansies will look great into late spring.  If you have trouble deciding please call our office.  We are happy to help! […]



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October Newsletter – Winter Rye Grass

Plan now for cooler temperatures & Winter Rye! Winter Rye has several benefits for the home owner and real estate agents.  The lush green lawn adds instant curb appeal.  Perfect for the home owner selling their home in the dormant winter months.   Winter is traditionally a difficult […]



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August Newsletter & Gardening Tips

August is a month of transition. Families are busy getting kids ready for a new school year, and life seems to move at a faster pace. With the transition of hot summer days and vacations to school work and cooler fall temperatures comes the time to plan […]



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July Newsletter – Landscape and Garden Tips

What is your curb appeal after these recent storms? Landscape and garden design is critical. “Research shows that 71% of homebuyers make a decision from the curb” Dave Ramsey. Recent storms have permanently damaged 25-50% of the branching structure of many Bradford Pears (and other weaker wooded […]



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