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March Lawn Care 2012

Last summer took its toll on many a tree, shrub and flower in this area. The watering restrictions combined with the heat and no rain contributed to the death of many plants we’ve had at our homes for years. If you suffered damages last season, be careful of what you choose to take the dead [...]

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Did the North Texas Heat Wave Kill Your Trees?

Many trees, particularly in nonirrigated areas, have dropped leaves or the leaves are brown. Are they dead or alive?

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Take the 40 Gallon Challenge

The 40 Gallon Challenge is a movement to encourage people to save a minimum of 40 gallons a day by adopting new water-saving techniques.

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Ft. Worth Water Restrictions

Fort Worth has implemented Stage 1 of its Water Conservation and Drought Contingency Plan.

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North Texas Lawn and Landscaping

Bring Your North Texas Lawn Back to Life

The North Texas Heat Wave has left a lot of local landscapes withered and brown. North Texas residents are wondering if they will be able to revive their lawns by next season.

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North Texas Water Restrictions

North Texas Water Restrictions

Don’t like paying fines? Then check out this list of North Texas Water Restrictions.

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North Richland Hills Water Restrictions

North Richland Hills Water Restrictions

Mandatory Stage 1 Conservation Begins August 29. With Texas experiencing the worst drought in more than half a century, the City of North Richland Hills is joining other Tarrant County communities in implementing Stage 1 of the Drought Contingency & Emergency Water Management Plan. Beginning August 29, 2011 and continuing until further notice, residents and [...]

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North Texas Heat Wave Drought Resistant Plants

The North Texas heat wave has sent a lot of residents searching for drought resistant plants that can withstand such hot temperatures.

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Water Your Trees

Green King’s Deep Drip Watering Stakes get water where trees and shrubs need it. The Deep Drip system is designed to work with a regular garden hose set to a very slow flow can also be used, as well as a bubbler, flood irrigation, or in conjunction with your automatic watering system. Your standard 1/4-inch drip line easily connects [...]

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Heat Loving Plants

This vigorous, heat-loving member of the Euphorbia family offers up an extravagant, lush clump of deep green, fingered leaves margined in bright yellow on intriguing pink leaf petioles and stems. A virtual tour-de-force growing to shrublike proportions in one summer season, the variegated tapioca is a top ten tropical for containers or any well drained garden site [...]

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