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Posted by & filed under Barricade, blue lawns, pre-emergent

It’s not uncommon this time of year to see lawns scattered throughout neighborhoods that have been sprayed blue or in some cases a neon green.  What’s up with that? Basically, it is just a dye that some companies add to their weed control applications.  The color adds nothing to the effectiveness of products being sprayed. … Read more »

Posted by & filed under crepe myrtles

By Evie Baltzer, Staff Horticulturist I’m sure many of you have heard the term, “Crepe murder,” so today I wanted to talk about how to trim Crepe Myrtles properly and how to avoid, “murdering,” them. The best time to trim back Crepe Myrtles is in February or March, when they are just coming out of… Read more »

Posted by & filed under drought, Landscaping

By Chris Segraves, Operations Manager of the Tulsa Markets   Pop Quiz – What is the process that combines severe dryness with super cooled air? If you answered, “freeze drying,” then give yourself a pat on the back! While freeze drying is great for preserving food, it is not helpful for the landscape. We are… Read more »

Posted by & filed under shrub care, tree care

Your trees and shrubs represent a major investment in your property, but with everything going on around the holidays, coupled with spending more time inside because of colder temperatures, it is easy to overlook some beneficial opportunities to show them some love.  That’s why we are here to help. Deciduous trees and shrubs have all… Read more »