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Let me start with, I love living in the Dallas area. After all, we’re home to the Rangers ballpark at Arlington, Cowboys stadium, the State Fair of Texas, the Dallas Arboretum, and a thriving arts district. The people are friendly, the cost of living is low, and we’re only a short drive from the lake. But let’s face it,

Do you want to invite colorful, singing birds into your backyard? It turns out it’s fairly straightforward … just meet the same basic needs that we, as people, have! For birds to feel welcome and comfortable, furnish them with plenty of shelter, food, and fresh water. As Jean Smith, Smith County Master Gardener states, “Providing

Summertime is a time to be outside! The kids can run off all their energy, and the adults can enjoy outdoor BBQs. Whenever the weather is a bit milder in Dallas, as predicted for this weekend, I make a beeline for the backyard to soak up the rays and breathe in the fresh air. And

Our Dallas area clients frequently have sections of their yards that serve as pathways to different areas. These footpaths often lead to side gates, decks or patios, pools, or any other part of the backyard. Because of the high foot traffic, grass in these areas is typically worn down and matted looking. These pathways are