Gardening Resources

Have questions regarding general lawn care, when to fertilize your lawn, ideal time to plant seedlings, or wanting to explore gardening articles pertinent to the Houston area?  Several resources are available to help get your lawn and landscape in tip top shape!

Lawn Care Schedules:

​Lawn maintenance is key for a healthy turf.  We offer both traditional and organic lawn care options and in different formats for your convenience.

Traditional Lawn Care Schedule

Organic Lawn Care Schedule

 
 

Seasonal To Do Lists


These lists will help with your seasonal lawn and garden needs.  Plus we’ll suggest products to keep on hand for potential gardening issues that might arise.  It’s always good to be prepared and address the problem as soon as possible.

Weed Control

  • Apply Barricade or Dimension to help prevent weeds over the next three months.

Insect Control

  • Apply Amdro or Bengal Ultra Dust for Ant control.

  • Sod Webworms:  Start treatments with a spray once a week for three weeks, then use a granule for longer-term control.  Bifenthrin, BT, and Cyhalothrins are all good active ingredients for caterpillar control.

Fungal Control

  • Apply PCNB for Brown Patch treatment.  Bonide Infuse and BioAdvanced Fungal Control can be used to prevent.  Keep in mind, though, that in the summer areas that look like brown patch could be sod webworm damage, so double-check the damage.

What to plant

  • Flowers:  Begonias, Pentas, Impatiens, Violas

  • Vegetables:  Eggplant, Peppers, Summer Squash, Southern Peas, Okra.

Fertilizing

  • Southwest Premium Gold 15-5-10 for summer maintenance. 

Blogs/Articles


These lists will help with your seasonal lawn and garden needs.  Plus we’ll suggest products to keep on hand for potential gardening issues that might arise.  It’s always good to be prepared and address the problem as soon as possible.

Weed Control

  • Apply Barricade or Dimension to help prevent weeds over the next three months.

Insect Control

  • Apply Amdro or Bengal Ultra Dust for Ant control.

  • Sod Webworms:  Start treatments with a spray once a week for three weeks, then use a granule for longer-term control.  Bifenthrin, BT, and Cyhalothrins are all good active ingredients for caterpillar control.

Fungal Control

  • Apply PCNB for Brown Patch treatment.  Bonide Infuse and BioAdvanced Fungal Control can be used to prevent.  Keep in mind, though, that in the summer areas that look like brown patch could be sod webworm damage, so double-check the damage.

What to plant

  • Flowers:  Begonias, Pentas, Impatiens, Violas

  • Vegetables:  Eggplant, Peppers, Summer Squash, Southern Peas, Okra.

Fertilizing

  • Southwest Premium Gold 15-5-10 for summer maintenance.