Category: Grass

Facts About Sod

Most people take sod for granted for good reason. Sod is positioned at a low elevation, so it isn’t at eye level. As is often said, what is out of sight is out of mind, so sod isn’t exactly at the forefront of the average…

Types of Artificial Grass

Artificial grass is a great alternative for home and business lawns and landscaping. It’s durable, looks and feels like real grass, and requires a whole lot less attention, time, effort, and money than a traditional grass lawn. In a state like Texas where the summer…

Benefits of Artificial Grass

You likely walked or drove past artificial grass this past week and did not know it.  Artificial grass has advanced to the point that it looks similar to real grass.  However, the beauty of artificial grass is not the only reason why it grows more…

13 Landscaping Design Tips

Landscaping is a daunting job, and there are many things to take into consideration when looking to tackle a project of this scale. Some of these decisions are made even before the first ground is broken. With proper planning, though, you end up with something…

Types of Lawn Grass

A lawn is a defining feature of a home or business. It can be a complement to a larger landscaping design or simply a beautiful place for relaxation, play, and wildlife viewing. Deciding which type of grass to plant or install in a lawn is…

What Height Should I Cut My Grass?

Having a lawn is great, but it does come with responsibility. You have to fertilize it, mow it, water it, and stay ahead of damaging pests. It can take some adjusting before everything falls into a routine. It also requires a bit of knowledge. General…

What Is the Most Durable Type of Lawn Grass?

You do everything you can to keep your lawn looking great. But your kids, pets, and just general wear-and-tear keep producing undesired paths and spots in it. Is there a type of grass that can make it easier to keep a beautiful-looking lawn? It actually…

How to Grow Grass From Seed Quickly

If you want to have a lush lawn, you probably need to plant some grass. While planting sod is common, many people like the idea of planting their lawns from seed. It’s more cost effective and much less risky. If you’re looking into this idea,…

Planting Grass Seed vs. Laying Sod

When recovering your yard, you have two major options: seeds and sod. When you plant seeds, you’re just planting grass. Over time, grass grows in to fill any holes and gaps. Grass can even take over for another species of grass, given enough time and…

Five Best Grass Types for Texas Weather

When you’re ready to landscape your Texas property, it’s imperative that you select a hardy grass that can tolerate our notoriously temperamental climate. Drought- and heat-tolerant grasses tend to perform best in Texas weather, and fortunately, there are several grass species that have adapted to…