If you’re asking yourself, ‘what type of grass do I have’, we may have the answer for you. Learn about the most common grasses that may be in your lawn.
Learn where to plant zoysia grass, establish it, and the best time of the year to do so with our help from The Grass Outlet.
When fall approaches, you’ll want to make sure lawn is prepared for the change in weather. Learn from our essential tips for lawn maintenance in the fall.
When synthetic turf first came onto the scene in the 1950s, some individuals believed that artificial grass would replace natural grass as the standard for lawns. In fact, plastic and synthetic manufacturing companies speculated that “evergreen” turf might eliminate the … Continued
You invest a great amount of time and money when growing new grass. So it’s understandable that you want to know how long it takes and ensure you’re doing everything right. The time it takes for your grass it takes … Continued
Sod, or turf, is what we use to grow grass and start our gardens, giving that fresh, natural, and well kept feel. If you need to create, or improve, a garden then sod will usually be the first place to … Continued
St. Augustine grass is one of the most popular grass types we provide to Texas homeowners. Many wonder how to make St. Augustine grass spread quickly. The grass comes with a variety of benefits, with its most notable being its … Continued
For residents in Texas, including Houston, Dallas, and Austin, sod webworms can be a massive problem for your home’s yard. They are often responsible for turning massive portions of a yard into patches of dead grass. With such damage, your … Continued
Rain is pouring throughout most of Central Texas in the past few weeks. But, depending on only rain to get your lawns watered can spell trouble. When the rains go away and the temperatures start to decline, it can be … Continued
If you live in Texas then you know how dry and hot it can get during the year. As the weather gets less hot the rain season in Texas starts picking up. Although most places in Texas can handle the … Continued