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Gardeners To Do List For June
Plant Care
Pay special attention to the water needs of new lawns, trees, and ornamentals as hot dry weather sets in. Water in the early morning hours (3 AM to 8 AM) to minimize fungal problems and reduce evaporation.
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Check crape myrtles for aphids throughout the summer.
Check ornamentals, flowers, and vegetables for spider mites, prevalent in warm months.
Watch for bagworms on junipers, arborvitae and other conifers, treat as needed.
Watch for webworms on trees, especially pecans and mulberries, and treat as necessary
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The best fountain secret in the world . . . who knew Hydrogen Peroxide was an awesome fountain cleaner all this time? And almost magic in the way it works. I have seen it clear a green and murky fountain to crystal clear water in 24 hours. It does not hurt the wildlife either, because it turns into oxygen by the time those 24 hours are up!
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June
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Planting
Continue to plant warm season turf grasses (Bermuda, St. Augustine, and Zoysia). 
Plant ground covers and tropical and warm season annuals such as begonia, hibiscus, periwinkle, portulaca, purslane, salvia, zinnia, coleus, Mexican heather, gomphrena, and caladiums.
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Gardeners To Do List For May
Pruning
Prune spring blooming shrubs such as forsythia and Indian hawthorn after they finish flowering.
Prune climbing roses after their blooms fade.
Snip off the dried foliage of early spring bulbs such as daffodils and the faded flower stalks of irises.
Do not prune live oaks and red oaks between Feb. 15 and June 30.
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Tank you note from a Happy Customer:
Dear Mr. Baldi......Thank you for the excellent landscaping you did for us early this year.Having lived in our house for over forty years, we had grown very accustomed to its appearance, not noticing the gradual changes in our shrubs over time.With the weather extremes we have suffered lately, however, the hedges we have loved had become scraggly and sparse. Still, we were afraid of change, not knowing whether to tear it all out and start over or to fill in some gaps. With your patient advice over several weeks, we grew to trust your opinion. Your crew went to work in a timely, efficient, and professional manner and we love the result! Thank you for a great landscape re-do that has made our home look neater, larger, and more up-dated. We love it!
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May
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Planting
Plant caladiums and elephant ears as night temperatures reach 70 degrees.
Plant ground covers and hot weather annuals such as periwinkles, portulaca, salvia, zinnias, and coleus.
Continue to plant warm season turf grasses.
Finish planting black-eyed peas, cantaloupe, cucumber, eggplant, green beans (pole or bush type), lima beans, okra, peppers, pumpkin, sweet corn, sweet potato, squash and watermelon. Plant perennial herbs in prepared soil or containers.
Plant hardy varieties of palms during the warm season from now to August.
Tropical color plants including hibiscus, Allamanda, bougainvillea and mandevilla may be planted now.
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another stone edging being build by the projects team
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Use an old tire to create a small backyard pond
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The Four Best Texas Spring Plants
As those cold wintery days and nights are turning into the warmer showers of spring, many people are wondering what they should plant in their yards! Consider what would look best in your garden and learn all about the four best Texas spring plants!
1- Lantana
2- Lavender
3-Zinnias
4- Oakleaf hydrengea
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Posted by Lilliana Baldi · May 14 at 7:40pm · 
Gardeners To Do List For May
Plant Care
Check roses, ornamentals, and vegetables for aphids and powdery mildew.
Check roses for black spot and apply fungicide as necessary according to label directions.
Watch for bagworms on junipers and other conifers, treat as required.
Inspect broadleaf evergreen shrubs such as euonymus and hollies for scale insects, and treat as necessary.
Check ornamentals, flowers, and vegetables for spider mites, which begin to appear with hot weather.
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FREE MULCH!!
From brush to mulch at the Arlington Landfill 
Calling Arlington residents… give your flowerbeds a jump start during 2015 with a layer of FREE mulch!
Arlington residents can pick up free mulch at Arlington Landfill, 800 Valley Road, while supplies last.
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Beautifull path made with flagstone and pea gravel
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