Living and working in Fort Worth, Texas, we are used to dealing with drought and having year-round water restrictions. Add on to that our warm temperatures and dry climate, and maintaining trees and shrubs on your landscape can get quite difficult. To help you design your perfect landscape, Gro Lawn has developed a list of five drought-resistant plants that will make your landscape pop. Add on our tree and shrub care services, and your property will be the talk of the neighborhood.
Pollinators are not just essential to our ecosystem; they breathe life into our Forth Worth area landscapes and are enjoyable to watch. Here are a few tips and ideas on how you can attract pollinators to your Texas property from your friends at Gro Lawn.
Mulch comes in many different forms. Some can even be made right in your own backyard! Discover the many options, how it benefits your garden, and how to calculate how much you'll need to give your yard a boost.
As soon as the temperatures heat up in the Fort Worth area, those devious weeds start sprouting up, taking over our lawns. Did you know that many weeds that grow amongst your outdoor property are edible? Many have great nutritional and medicinal value. Take a look at some of the most common weeds found in your lawn, how they are eaten, and what makes them special. Don't worry. You don't have to eat them. Gro Lawn offers superior weed control that will rid your lawn of weeds today.
They lurk in your lawn. You probably won't notice them until it's too late. What are these elusive creatures that destroy our beautiful turf? Learn how to recognize the signs of a grub infestation and how you can kick grubs to the curb.
If your warm-season grass is struggling to green up, a lawn scalping treatment may be in order. This process involves cutting the grass extremely low to more effectively remove thatch build-up. Discover why it should be part of your spring lawn care plan.
Due to our excellent and agreeable climate, we can grow some of the best succulents here in Texas. Succulents do great with little water and are a great replacement for other plants that require too much water.