Christmas Lights. Already?

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Well, it happened last night. I was driving home from eating out, and there it was. The first house brave enough to turn on their Christmas lights. And, a full week before Halloween no less! At first, I thought, it is a little early even for me, and I love Christmas. However, the more I… Read more »

Caring For New Trees in Your Oklahoma Landscape

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If you’ve ever planted a new tree or if you have a young tree that isn’t yet mature, you may have some questions. Water, fertilizer and maintenance are the main issues to consider for young trees, but rest assured it’s fairly easy to help them grow into healthy mature trees that benefit you and your… Read more »

Dead spots in your grass last spring?

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Remember those brown spots in your Bermuda grass lawn this past spring? It’s a common lawn disease called Spring Dead Spot, and September through October is the time to help combat the problem with applications of lawn fungicides. Spring Dead Spot is caused by a fungus (known as ophiosphaerella korrae), which infects Bermuda grass roots… Read more »

Plant Tulips now for a Beautiful Spring

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Late September through October is an excellent time to plant spring-flowering bulbs such as crocus, tulips, and daffodils into your landscape beds for a colorful pop next spring. These plants need to develop roots in the fall and must meet a chilling requirement over the winter to bloom in the spring. It is important to… Read more »