Recent Posts in Lawn Care Advice Category

  • As many already know, Texas is known for its extreme heat during the summer months. The summer sun beats down and the grass just can’t get enough water. Of course, this type of weather can make it difficult for lawns to thrive and flourish, leaving many front yards and backyards looking brown and patchy. Thankfully, Perm-O-Green offers year-round services that can keep your lawn looking ...
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  • With spring coming to an end, it is the best time for our customers to take advantage of our lawn aeration services. When individuals choose to aerate their lawns, they can expect to see luscious, thick, full, and healthy grass in no time. In addition, aeration offers the following benefits: Reduced thatch build-up Promotion of root expansion and growth Drought resistance since water is more able ...
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  • Five Lawn Care Tips for the Spring Season

    || 13-Apr-2016

    Perm-O-Green offers year-round, year-long care to accommodate the changing seasons in Texas. Our lawn care program is customized to fit your particular needs, and our regular appointments are designed to keep your lawn as green and vibrant as can be. Not to mention that spring is the best time of year for planting new grass! When there’s a lot on your plate or when you simply want that ...
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  • Recently, in an article published by KAUZ News, the branch manager of Perm-O-Green, Gene Moore, stated that although it is still winter, many trees and plants are growing quickly. As a result, the yard technicians within his company are servicing up to 25 yards a day. He believes that the abnormal temperatures and the great amount of moisture in the area has been contributing to the vast amount of ...
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  • Are Fall Leaves Killing Your Grass?

    || 11-Dec-2015

    Autumn isn’t called “fall” for no reason. As many people already know, this season’s nickname comes from the course nature takes. During this time of year, the leaves of trees that were once green begin to turn different shades of red, orange, yellow, or brown before they completely die and fall from trees. While many admire this time of year for the array of colors the ...
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  • Pruning makes the difference between a tree or shrub that grows wild, and one that appears well-kept and thus, healthy. What exactly is pruning? This is the practice of improving the aesthetics, health, and appearance of a plant through trimming, maintaining, and altering the growth of a plant. Think about those wild gardens, unkempt, and growing wherever their leaves and branches may fall. While ...
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  • Tips for Getting Your Lawn Ready for the Fall

    || 25-Aug-2015

    Sometimes, it can be hard to transition your lawn care habits from a summer to fall routine. Because the cooler temperatures and moister air make your lawn’s living conditions ideal, grass is more able to absorb energy, moisture, and nutrients that can help the lawn grow for the following spring. To have a luscious and healthy lawn for the spring, consider the tips we have listed below. 1. ...
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  • How to Get Rid of and Prevent Summer Annual Weeds

    || 23-Jul-2015

    When trying to grow a productive garden or a beautiful lawn, weeds can become your worst enemy. As a result, many lawn owners and garden connoisseurs wonder where in the world the weeds come from, what they do to surrounding grass and plants, how to prevent them from growing, and lastly, how to get rid of them once they have already started growing in your grass or garden. For this reason, we have ...
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  • Get Your Lawn Ready for Memorial Day Weekend!

    || 12-May-2015

    Planning on having a cookout or a party for Memorial Day weekend? Naturally, all the hard work you have put into your lawn (and with our help, of course!) has given you a bright, vibrant beautiful lawn that you will want to show off to your friends. On a busy weekend get-together, you can expect a lot of foot traffic. Guests may be walking across the lawn to grab food, drinks, or run around ...
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  • Six Types of Drought-Resistant, Low-Maintenance Grasses

    || 22-Apr-2015

    There is a common misconception among many homeowners about their lawns is that constant watering, especially as the spring and summer months start coming around. However, as the popular adage goes: “everything in moderation” and that most assuredly applies to your grass. What type of grass is right for my lawn? Many lawns across the country have Kentucky bluegrass, and is also one of ...
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