Keeping Your New Year’s Resolution to Lose Weight

Here is one New Year’s Resolution that you will enjoy checking off your list! Losing weight is on a lot of our New Year’s list each year. This year set out to accomplish complete your resolution before Spring. “Over weight” landscapes increase your plants chances for catching



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Walkways & Natural Stepping Stones

“Cow Paths” is what my college professor called natural traffic patterns that pedestrians create when they go the shortest distance between two points. As a designer our goal is to look for potential “cow paths” and design accordingly. Solutions to “cow paths” include: Acknowledge that people will



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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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Fall & Winter Flower Color

Fall flowers are a welcome addition to a long colorless winter. Mixed use of colorful pansies and kale planted in your landscape add a smile to my face every time I drive up to our house. When deciding on flower color for the winter & fall think



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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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How to Garden & Landscape in July

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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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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Denton County Women’s Conference and Expo

The Lewisville Chamber of Commerce will be hosting the Denton County Women in Business Conference and Expo on Friday, June 3.  Green Meadows Landscaping is excited to attend the Women’s Conference in the support of Women in Business.  The Denton County Women’s Conference will feature several guest



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Castle Hills Elementary Arbor Day 2011

Castle Hills Elementary PTA and Green Meadows Landscaping are proud to present their 9th tree planted in honor of Arbor Day on June 3 on the Castle Hills Elementary Campus.  Green Meadows Landscaping chose a Russian Olive to be planted for the 2011 Arbor Day tree. All of



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Crepe Myrtle Care

Owner and Landscape architect Jeff Thimsech shows you how to care for a Crape Myrtle. Listen and watch or you may become a Crape Myrtle Murderer. Link to this post!



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