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Paverstone Retaining Wall Park Glen

Park Glen Landscaping: Paverstone Retaining Wall

 

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North Richland Hills Landscaping

A close look at North Richland Hills Landscaping.

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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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What is Ornamental Grass?

North Texas lawns are really feeling the heat of the current drought. Pun intended. The current Keller and Southlake water restrictions are causing local residents  to despair at the current and future state of their lawns and landscaping.  At times like these we have few options. We can: 1. Pray for rain 2. Pray for [...]

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Drought Tolerant Plants

Add bright spots of color to dry spots in your garden or landscape with drought-tolerant bedding plants. Bedding plants, perennials and annuals, are used in containers, borders or flower beds. Perennials bloom for a short period of time but live for several years, while annuals germinate, bloom, go to seed and die in a single [...]

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Privacy Shrubs

Backyard views come in 2 types. 1. More Neighbor, Less Nature, or 2. More Nature, Less Neighbor If you prefer the second type then you’re in luck. Captain Ron’s Lawns & Landscaping has a few suggestions to help you put the privacy back into your backyard. VITEX   WAX MYRTLE   YAUPON Captain Ron’s Lawns & [...]

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Conserve Water With Your Landscaping

Xeriscape landscaping, quality landscaping that conserves water and protects the environment, is the most exciting concept to hit the landscape industry in decades. The term Xeriscape was coined in Denver, Colorado in 1978. Whether called Xeriscape, water-wise or water-smart landscaping, landscape and water industry professionals throughout the nation have embraced landscape water conservation through education. [...]

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Create a Dry River Bed in 5 Steps

Let Captain Ron’s Lawns in Watauga help you create a dry river bed in your landscaping. This dry stream bed looks so natural, you’d think it had always been part of the landscape. It can also be created by a DIY-savvy homeowner. A dry creek bed offers a soothing, natural look in a garden. Design yours with a [...]

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