The North Ft. Worth Heat Wave Killed My Lawn, Now What?
“Many customers are buying materials to build patios, borders and retaining walls and are delaying the planting of flowers, trees and shrubs”, Mike Whisenand, president of Whiz-Q Stone and past regional chairman of the Texas Nursery & Landscape Association told the Ft. Worth Star-Telegram last weekend.
Captain Ron’s Lawns has many options to help you create something out of the large patch of dirt you used to call your lawn.
1. Create a bed lined with stones and filled with mulch.
You can fill it with flowers or shrubs in the future if the temperature ever goes below 100.
2. Create curbside flowerbed with shrub plantings/ornamental grass
3. Create rock bed
Filling large flowerbeds with rocks is a great solution to heat devastated vegetation.
4. extend bed
7. tree ring