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Save the Crapes!

If you see your Crape Myrtles looking similar to these, you may have a scale problem. Scale will adhere to the bark and excrete a sticky honeydew onto the Crape Myrtles. Over time, without treatment, the scales “waste”, builds up and continues to worsen...

Summer Watering Tips!

A common misconception is that shallow, frequent watering is the best approach for maintaining healthy lawns. However, deep and infrequent watering will generally promote deeper roots, and greater overall resilience. As we move into the hottest months of the year,...
Azaleas: A Time to Trim

Azaleas: A Time to Trim

The best time to prune azaleas is soon after they bloom in the spring or early summer. The perfect time is when flowers begin to discolor and shrivel. Cutting them back in late summer, fall, or winter will remove flowerbuds and keep them from blooming. A pair of hand...

Types of Aeration

Have you ever wondered about the different types of aeration? Well listen in as Garrett explains the 2 different types of aeration. Hope this helps and let us know if you haVe any questions!!! #matthewslandscape #wefeedgrass #shreveportlawncare...
Termite Bait Stations

Termite Bait Stations

Termites are active and it’s important to be vigilant! Make sure you’re protected against these critters that can cause thousands of dollars in damage (that homeowners insurance won’t cover). Bait stations are a great way to intercept termites before...
Any Yard Can Benefit From Aeration

Any Yard Can Benefit From Aeration

Core aeration is a process where small plugs are taken out of the ground. This allows space for water, air, and nutrients to get down to the roots of the grass to help it thrive. Aeration is a massive help to any yard, but most people don’t think about it unless they...