|Helpful Tips from Greater Texas Landscape Services
|Posted on Apr 9th, 2015 Comments (0)
Have you seen...........
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The glorious bluebonnets this year.
Oh my stars, these Texas beauties are showing themselves in all their glory this year. We have had plenty of rain (last fall as well as this spring) to really push them to proliferate, germinate and just be plain gorgeous! The roadsides are blanketed with them.
To clear up some inaccuracies......there is not a state law saying you cannot pick one. It is not legal to trespass on private property though to grab that shot of Towzer or Betty Sue sitting amongst them. Watch out for ants if you stop by the roadside to squat in a patch, though!
Don't dig up a plant to take home please. These favorites need to be seeded in the fall and allowed to "hibernate" over the winter so order seeds online this summer to be ready to spread come autumn.
|The City of Plano Water Restrictions Are in Effect Until Further Notice
|Posted on Dec 18th, 2014 Comments (2)
The City of Plano has extended Stage 3 once-every-other week watering restrictions until further notice. Manually operate sprinkler systems and water, if needed, on your assigned days only. Watering with sprinklers between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. is not allowed. Foundations and landscaping, including grass, shrubs, and trees, may be watered for up to two hours any day by a hand-held hose or soaker hose.
Odd Addresses: Every Other Tuesday
Even Addresses: Every Other Thursday