The challenge of landscaping Houston Texas!
In this article you will find brief reminder of things that should be done when Houston Texas.
JanuaryIn the high plains and colder section, dormant spraying of evergreens will be important this month. If winter is dry, water shrubs liberally.
FebruarySome of the coldest weather of the winter can be expected during this month. Winter protection will be important west of Amarillo to Phoenix.
MarchThis will be a good month to renew your lawn, in all but the coldest areas, and to finish planting shrubs, trees, and perennials.
AprilThis will be a good month to complete planting projects in the colder parts of Southwest-choose for drought resistance as well as cold hardiness.
MayYou can begin to plan and plant for summer color. Get all summer-flowering bulbs in the ground, and continue to sow annuals where needed.
JuneConcentrate this month on minimizing hot weather. Mulch shallow rooted plants and cultivate to reduce weeds, conserve water.
JulyBig jobs on the plains will be keeping soil moist and weeds controlled. Along the coast, watch for fungus diseases.
AugustYou can order plants now for fall delivery, and choose spots for new shade trees to set out later.
SeptemberYou can start new lawns of rye grass now in most of this area. It might be advisable to wait until the last of the month if rains are inadequate.
OctoberFall is a big planting season in most parts of the Southwest. Order shrubs, trees and vines for planting on arrival. Choose drought resistant plants when landscaping Houston Texas.
NovemberIf you protect your flowers from early cold snaps, you can extend your garden season by as much as 4 to 6 weeks.
DecemberYou can plant most shrubs and trees this month, if dry weather delayed earlier work.
Sit back and enjoy the work you have contributed to landscaping!