Christmas in July!?!?

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I think the heat must be taking a toll on us over here at LawnAmerica because all we can talk about lately is Christmas lights, wreaths and garland! I know you must be thinking that we’re totally off our rocker, but give me a chance to explain why. The Christmas season is something our employees… Read more »

The Star-Spangled Banner

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I started out with all intentions of writing a moving blog full of historical facts and patriotism for the 4th of July.  But, sometimes the words have already been spoken and need no further elaboration.  Such is the case today. Though not born at the time of the signing of The Declaration of Independence in… Read more »

5 Ways to Celebrate the 4th of July With the Family This Year – Oklahoma Style

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Every year families across the country gather together to watch fireworks light up the night sky in recognition of our great country’s founding on July 4, 1776, the day the United States laid down its claim to be a free and independent nation through the Declaration of Independence. Oklahoma has an incredible fireworks selection throughout… Read more »

Are Mosquitoes Really That Dangerous?

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Mosquitoes are easily one of the most annoying and hated insects around. Worse than simply being annoying, they unfortunately kill more people than any other species in the world. The main mosquito transmitted diseases we deal with in the USA are zika virus, west nile virus, dog heartworms (dirofilaria immitis), and encephalitis. They buzz around… Read more »

To water, or not to water: that is the question.

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Shakespeare may have had nobler intentions for his famous line in Hamlet, but without proper watering techniques, you will find your lawn and landscape wondering if it is to be, or not be, especially during the summer heat. Proper watering isn’t really a mystery, but it does require more effort than just throwing out the… Read more »