Why is finding a Certified landscaper or retailer important?

Hiring someone who is Certified means you can rest-assured that you are working with someone who has the training and professionalism to get the job done right!

Water Saving Tips

This great state of ours is still facing drought like conditions and you can do your part to help conserve water. In this article, we outline some tips of simple things that can make sure we have plenty of safe, reliable drinking water for future generations of Texans.

How To’s

Do you have aphids so badly that even diatomaceous earth can’t take them out? Check out our latest advice articles below.

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July 17, 2017

Low Maintenance Roses for Texas

I never understood all the fuss about roses. Sure, they’re beautiful and fragrant and romantic, but who wants a plant that’s finicky, disease prone and covered in thorns? Not me. …

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July 17, 2017

Do-it-yourself front yard makeover

You just bought a house you really love.  Every time you step inside the front door, you can’t help but smile.  It really is your dream house.  Only trouble is,…

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July 17, 2017

Edible “add-ons” to the typical landscaped yard

You paid a pro to landscape your yard, and you love the way it looks, but now you want to add some edibles.  The good news is you don’t have…

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July 17, 2017

Green gift ideas from your garden

Looking for green gift ideas?  How about an edible bouquet of garden greens? An arrangement of Swiss chard, fennel, and baby carrots with green tops makes a lovely gift for…

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Resources

Find the information you need to create a winning Landscape!

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Inspirations

The Best of Texas Landscape Guide offers a large listing of plants that grow and thrive best within the Lone Star State. Utilize the Best of Texas Landscape Guide to identify plant varietals, optimal growing conditions, planting tips and more!

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Plants & Products

Search for the best products and plants to fill your outdoor or indoor living space.

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Be Texas Water Smart

While parts of Texas have been blessed with some recent rain, our state is still facing a once-in-a-generation drought, predicted to continue for many more years. As Texans, we must remain committed during this crisis and conserve water year-round.