Soil Health: Organic, Organic, Organic

In looking at what factors contribute to a holistically healthy landscape, there is much to choose from. Many maintenance services and management best practices make a difference, but there are a few non-negotiable priorities that every homeowner must have. Being a lawn care provider, the one we are most familiar with is soil health. The […]

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Identifying Common Texas Lawn Weeds

As a Texas homeowner, your lawn faces no shortage of threats to its healthy existence. The hot climate makes drought conditions common, and our hard clay soil means that watering must be precisely performed. The fungal disease, lawn pests, and even overwatering could all be the culprit of various lawn issues. While these are all […]

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Prepare Your Lawn For Spring With Pre-emergent Weed Control

Higher Ground Lawn Care and Lighting specialize in managing your lawn through a variety of methodologies and cares about the health of your lawn. Basic generic maintenance of your lawn will not always cut it when it comes to lawn disease and weeds. Weeds and lawn disease are commonplace in Texas, with summer heat stress […]

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3 Benefits of Landscape and Architectural Lighting

Without a doubt, every residential homeowner is looking for ways to spruce up their landscape every single year. Often homeowners are looking to beat out their neighbors for the best landscape on the block. One such way that modern properties are attacking this issue is by maximizing their current landscaping investment. Odds are, you have […]

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Best Way To Prevent Fire Ants in Texas

Each area of the United States possesses its own unique qualities and environmental characteristics. This rings true in terms of turfgrass, where native varieties are best suited for the climate. However, there is also a myriad of native insects and pests looking to do damage to your turfgrass. One such insect is the fire ant, […]

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Four Unique Ways to Light Up Your Halls This Holiday Season

It’s December, which means we’re officially in the full holiday swing. Many folks already had their trees decorated and their halls decked before they even sliced the Thanksgiving turkey. But if you’re still struggling to come up with ideas for how to bedazzle your yard and home without resorting to a cheesy blow-up Santa Claus […]

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Energy-Efficient Alternatives to Traditional Christmas Lights

With Halloween behind us and Thanksgiving quickly approaching, Christmas will be here again before you know it. It truly is the most wonderful time of the year; there are Christmas-carol-fueled holiday parties, sugar cookie baking extravaganzas, delicious home-cooked meals, and time spent with loved ones. And of course, there is the annual tradition of decking […]

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Holiday Lighting Styles to Bring in the Cheer

With the weather cooling off, children back in school, and the trees swapping their summery greens for autumnal hues of orange, yellow, and red, you know what that means – the holiday season is just around the corner. Soon enough there will be turkeys to carve, trees to decorate, and carols making spirits bright. That […]

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Prepping Your Lawn for Winter

The end of those long summer days means that cooler weather is fast approaching. While the transition to autumn means less time spent mowing your lawn, instead of skipping out on the yard work, it’s a great opportunity to prepare your grass for the colder days ahead, so it can re-emerge in the spring more […]

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Diagnosing & Solving Lawn Brown Spots During Texas Summers

Humans and animals certainly aren’t the only creatures affected by extreme heat. Since your lawn and landscaping are in direct sunlight for all or most of the day, they can really take a beating. Heat stress is typically caused by high heat and humidity and can cause subsequent issues such as weed and insect infestations, […]

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