Make A Plan For Your Holiday Lighting This Year

Are you a homeowner who likes to go all out for the holiday season? There is no better way to show your holiday cheer than with lighting, even for holidays like Halloween. It does not just have to be Christmas, you could be celebrating a birthday, Hanukkah, or Thanksgiving, and we have an outdoor lighting […]

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5 Tips to Help Your Lawn Health During the Summer Heat

The health of your lawn is important all year round, but may not ever be as threatened as it is during the summertime. This is because all of the lawn predators are out and about, and poor conditions compound, creating a ripe environment for general decay. Many lawn pests thrive in dry conditions, which also […]

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Building Blocks of Having Beautiful Landscape Lighting

If you are someone who cares deeply about your landscape, you have probably put countless hours into making sure everything looks exactly right. It is easy to get meticulous about your landscaping, ensuring every flower is properly spaced, and that each shrub is uniformly trimmed. At Higher Ground, we can appreciate this attention to detail, […]

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5 Popular Grass Types Found in Texas

As a general rule of thumb in the world of landscaping, plant material that is native to your area is going to be your best bet. There are a variety of reasons for this, but primarily because of an increase in sustainability. This concept encompasses a few different things but primarily centers on the idea […]

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Knowing Your Water Restrictions For Dallas

As most of our clients reside in the Dallas metropolitan area, we like to tailor our educational content to the locale. While the climate in Dallas is similar to the rest of Texas, there are a few key differences. Water is an essential nutrient everywhere, but with drought conditions becoming increasingly prevalent, some municipalities could […]

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Organic vs Synthetic Fertilizer

It is no secret that every landscape requires nutrients to survive. Whether it be turf, trees, or shrubs, your plant material needs to be fed to grow. The most common method that homeowners and landscapers use to get nutrients directly to the roots of their plants is fertilization. Most lawn fertilizers contain some combination of […]

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Add Some Light to Your Outdoor Event

Although we primarily serve residential properties, our lawn care and lighting services extend to commercial properties as well. While commercial properties are typically larger and require a wider range of lawn care services, they also have a propensity to be the location of large events. This is where our outdoor lighting services come in handy, […]

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Chinch Bugs: W.Y.N.T.K.

The heat of summer in Texas brings about more than just football practice, swimming, and ice cream. It also brings out some of the deadliest lawn pests in our area. There are only a couple of lawn pests with the capability to do irreparable damage to your lawn – Grubs and the other we are […]

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3 Outdoor Lighting Ideas for the Summer

Every landscape requires a bit of flair to stand out. You might think that this would come in the form of colorful plant material or a unique hardscape. But there is actually a great way to separate your property from the pack, without actually changing anything about your lawn and landscape. Lighting your outdoor space […]

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St. Augustine Decline: Is Your Lawn S.A.D. ?

There are a few varieties of turfgrass that are more prevalent in our area than the others. One of those varieties is St. Augustine and for good reason. It is a warm-season turfgrass that laterally spreads through stolons and tolerates shade better than other warm-season grasses. St. Augustine establishes quickly and develops deep roots that […]

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