Tips to get your lawn and yard back in shape after the freeze
HOUSTON – In a “normal” year, Houston area lawns would be looking lush, green and ready for Spring. However, last month’s freeze left our landscape looking brown and dead. Randy Lemmon has been hosting the Garden Line with Randy Lemmon radio show on KTRH News 740 for nearly 25 years. He has been looking for signs of life all over the Gulf Coast region since the big freeze. According to Lemmon, you need to start cutting away all of the brown dead leaves and look for any green you can find.
Do these things now to keep your lawn looking green and lush year-round
HOUSTON – While you’re putting out the pumpkins, it’s the perfect time to pay attention to your lawn. The green thumns at Urban Harvest say no matter how terrible it looks, you can turn it around. We interviewed Carol Burton, the Director of Garden Education to find out exactly what you should do now to get your lawn lush, green and healthy. Native plants are always a good bet because they use less water and require less care. Almost any nursery will have a section of plants native to your area.