Fall is upon us here in the Cypress and Greater Houston areas, which means it’s time to bring autumn elements into your landscaping. If you’re wondering where you should start, we have a long list of ideas for you – and we would be more than happy to come out to your home and help you implement these seasonal changes.
Category Archives: Landscaping Tips
How to Properly Water And Fertilize Your Lawn
Fertilizing your lawn involves more thinking than just throwing down some fertilizer. It can be difficult to gauge how much water to use, or the size of lawn, and how to properly fertilize lawns. In this brief guide we will inform you about what you should consider in order to properly fertilize your lawn. Continue reading
What Types of Fertilizer are Available for Your Lawn?
Fertilizing is an important aspect of maintaining a healthy lawn throughout the year. When selecting a fertilizer for your lawn, you may have noticed that there are many types available. Understanding these various options and what will work best for your lawn can help you achieve optimal results for your landscaping efforts. Knowledge of the correct time and amount of fertilizer to use can also help you reap the most benefit from fertilizing, but selecting the best type of fertilizer is a great starting point. Continue reading
Fall Gardening Tips
No matter what part of the country you reside in, the fall makes certain demands on our gardens. Leaves will need to be raked, lawns will need to be mowed, mulch will need to be put down, and different vegetables survive better in the colder weather than in the summertime. While the list of fall chores can sometimes be daunting, at Cypress Lawn, we’ve developed some fall gardening tips to help keep your autumn maintenance to a minimum and get a bonus payoff with a shorter ‘to-do’ list come Spring. Continue reading
Toxic Plants for your Pets
It’s easy to decide on what plants and flowers to keep inside your house and to plant outside in your garden when you don’t have any animals living in your home with you, but when you get a pet, you need to be cautious of what some of these plants could do to them. For curious cats and careless dogs trying to devour some of these plants, they could end up getting very sick, and the results could even be fatal. Here at Cypress Lawn & Landscape, we feel it is our duty to inform you of the most popular toxic plants for your pets, so we’ve compiled the following list: Continue reading