Here in Texas, the end of summer doesn’t mean the end of lawn care. Fall is a time when you should be hard at work in your yard preparing it for the winter months ahead. Fall isn’t a time to slack on lawn care if you want a beautiful yard in the spring. Whether you are a new or homeowner or seasoned vet, it never hurts to brush up on fall lawn care tips for Texas yards.
Insects such as aphids, mites, and scales are currently seeking out your Texas trees and shrubs to lay their eggs. They plan to overwinter and wake up in the spring, ready to feast on your beloved lawn ornaments. Learn how an application of dormant oil in late fall, as well as a comprehensive tree and shrub care program, can help eliminate and prevent these pests from infesting your trees and shrubs.
With our warm temperatures and drier air, Texas attracts all kinds of diseases and pests. One such lawn surfaces pest is the chinch bug. Here is everything you need to know about the chinch bug, the devastating damage it can cause, how to prevent it, control it, and how targeted lawn treatments can help.
If you live or work in the Forney, Texas area, you've probably dealt with severe drought and water restrictions at some point in the past. This can make maintaining a nice landscape rather difficult. Here is a list of five drought-resistant plants that will have heads turning and add style and appeal to your outdoor property. Add on tree and shrub care from your friends at LawnLab, and your ornamentals will stay healthy and vibrant.
Don't let poor landscaping affect your business's bottom line. Let the experts at Lawn Lab revitalize your commercial property with our commercial landscaping program! From fertilization to pest control, we'll have the grounds looking marvelous in no time.
Did you know Texas is famous for its Oak trees? With 50 different species of oak trees in the Lone Star state, you are sure to find one either on your own property or a landscape near you. First, learn more about the three most common oak trees in Texas, the live, bur, and post oak trees. Then call LawnLab for all your tree and shrub care needs.
There they are again, sticking out like a sore thumb, those darn weeds. Did you know most weeds are edible? In fact, most are nutritious. Discover these fascinating facts about the most common weeds in Forney, Texas, their nutritional value, and how those that eat them cook them. Then contact Lawn Lab and have us come out and eradicate these nutrient robbing plants from your lawn.
What if there was a way to enjoy a green lawn year-round? Actually, there is! At Lawn Lab, we will overseed your lawn with ryegrass. This hardy variety has many benefits, most notably that it stays green even during the cooler months.