Susan Ward

  • overseeding
    January 2, 2020 By Susan Ward 0 comments

    Despite the cold weather, there are a few activities you can engage in this winter to propagate new growth in your yard. Die-hard lawn and garden enthusiasts either already know that seeding and planting are safe for mild North Texas winters- or they already know it!  It’s certainly true that not all plants will fare.

  • shrub
    October 20, 2019 By Susan Ward 0 comments ,  ,  

    Adding shrubs to your landscape is a great way to provide character and natural boundaries, or to make existing boundaries (like fences and external walls) more attractive. With the right tools and know-how, this is actually a project you can complete without help of a professional. Would you rather leave it to the experts? Contact.

  • green grass lawn care
    September 21, 2019 By Susan Ward 0 comments ,  ,  ,  

    All homeowners know that spring and summer lawn maintenance can be a fairly involved process. When fall settles in and Nature begins to calm herself down, it may seem easy to just lay off the lawn care and let everything relax into the cooler season. But here is what you want to keep in mind:.

  • sprinkler on lawn
    August 2, 2019 By Susan Ward 0 comments ,  ,  ,  

    Summer is certainly not the easiest time to establish a lush bed of green grass in your yard. However, if you’ve got the right tools and information, it actually is a doable project. Let’s look at some of the key factors in establishing and/or maintaining a healthy lawn in hot weather:  Do you want to.

  • May 30, 2019 By Susan Ward 0 comments ,  ,  

    A rock garden refers to the technique of planting several plants in a hard-scale area that uses rocks and stones as intentional components of the landscape. They’re also sometimes referred to as rockery gardens, or as alpine gardens when created at high altitudes. They include the use of sand, boulders, decorative rocks, and gravel. Rock.

  • head of cabbage
    May 2, 2019 By Susan Ward 0 comments ,  ,  

    Texas, being the second largest state in the US, holds a variety of climates and landscapes. Due to this diversity, its topography is suitable for planting many different kinds of crops. America values its agricultural industry, as it supports the economy and provides an array of foods. As a suitable environment to several different types.

  • herbicide weed killer
    April 10, 2019 By Susan Ward 0 comments ,  

    Let Denton Lawnscapers help you keep your lawn beautiful by eliminating pesky weeds. We offer several herbicides that combat weeds in a variety of ways. Here are a few good choices, with a bit of information about how they work: Triclopyr, 2, 4-D, and Dicamba all work by mimicking the plant’s natural hormones, causing rapid.

  • sprinkler on lawn
    April 10, 2019 By Susan Ward 0 comments ,  ,  ,  ,  

    Denton Lawnscapers is here to make sure you’ve got all the essentials covered for excellent lawn care this Spring. Knowing the basics about mowing, watering, and fertilizing can make all the difference between a lackluster lawn and a gorgeous bed of grass. Mowing In the Spring season, most breeds of grass look best when mowed.

  • green grass lawn care
    April 10, 2019 By Susan Ward 0 comments ,  ,  

    Denton Lawnscapers is ready to guarantee that your flower garden is healthy and weed-free. We’ve got some great tips on how to get rid of harmful intruders without compromising your beautiful buds. Applying Herbicides and Fertilizers Effective herbicide treatment is easy if you choose a fertilize designed to feed your flowers while it combats weeds..

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