We really want to thank you, our incredible customers for your vote of confidence, trust and for your business. That said, I want to try to ensure that you are getting the service you want and expect. I am asking for your input, good or bad on our mowing crews’ work performance. Is there [...]
We appreciate the business we get from each and every one of you. If you are a mowing or landscaping customer and you would like the crews to approach some facet of your job differently, please e-mail me or call the office. We want you to be happy customers. We make mistakes, but we do [...]
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 [...]
SPECIAL NOTE: With the mild winter we’ve had, many homes need mowing service now. Please don’t let the yard get overgrown. Call or e-mail the office and we’ll get by and get the property mowed. Overgrown lawns and/or leaf cleanups take the crew longer and we have to adjust the cost of that service accordingly. We [...]
Winter is a great time, and often a cheaper time, to do beds, shrubs, trees, drains, walkways etc.
Halloween is coming. Make sure your lawn’s not scary.
Why are my trees dropping leaves? God gave trees a survival mechanism. They somehow know how much leaf structure they can feed with the amount of water and nutrients they are currently getting from the soil. If the water intake allows them to feed only 2000 of their 4000 leaves, they will drop the other [...]
The dog days of Summer are upon us. August is a great month to stay inside and make your plans for this Fall’s plantings. Browse the catalogs for ideas and bulbs to order now to plant in November and December for next spring’s display. If you are going to work in the lawn or garden, [...]
It’s Texas. It’s July. It’s HOT and DRY!!! July heat will take its toll on our lawns, and everything in our lawns if we fail to use water properly. Water less frequently and deeper with each application. Our lawns need one inch of water per week. Do not water so much per application that [...]
Captain Ron’s Lawns & Landscaping, Inc. June Lawn Care It is getting hotter out- plan your lawn/garden work for early morning or evening to avoid the heat of the day. Make sure you drink plenty of fluids to keep from becoming dehydrated. Plan your mowing schedule around the growth of your lawn. You should [...]