IN NORTH TEXAS, WHEN IT RAINS, IT POURS,
AND THEN IT DOESN'T...

SEE OUR BEST PRACTICES SUMMER WATERING GUIDE

The Guide includes watering tips, watering you can do within the North Texas Municipal Water District, plus, a Watering Generalities schedule by area,

See our Summer Watering Guide under Portfolio.

CREATE A BEAUTIFUL 2022 LANDSCAPE FOR YOUR HOME

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Have a lush, inviting landscape in all areas of your home's exterior with flowering annuals and perennials, beautiful shrubbery, healthy trees, and well maintained lawn or Texas xeriscape.  

Art That Grows' creative touch will help your home stand out in the neighborhood! Contact us at – 214-987-0006, or mark@artthatgrows.com.

Let's discuss your Art That Grows

Plant for Abundant Color and Bloom

Art That Grows would like to put a smile on your face every-time you step outdoors! Spring is here and we're ready - and still able - to update the annual color for your home.

 

See our 30 Plants for Sun and Shade recommendations....

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Plant for North Texas Heat plus Abundant Color and Bloom

Art That Grows would like to put a smile on your face every-time you step outdoors! Spring is here and we're ready - and still able - to update the annual color for your home.

 

For shade to partial shade, we recommend Aspidistra, Begonias, Caladiums, Coleus, Impatiens, Ferns and Hibiscus, Hydrangea, Mahonia Soft Caress, Mondo Grass, Vinca / Periwinkle.

For Partial Sun to Partial Shade, Dwarf Fringe Flower (Loropetalum), Red Muhly Grass, Big Blue Liriope, Lenten Rose

 

PLANT FOR SUN AND SHADE

Plant for Abundant Color and Bloom

Art That Grows would like to put a smile on your face every-time you step outdoors! Spring is here and we're ready - and still able - to update the annual color for your home.

 

See our 30 Plants for Sun and Shade recommendations....

9 TIPS TO PREPARE YOUR GARDEN AND LANDSCAPING FOR SPRING

There is much that can be done now to start the spring season off with a healthy, attractive, colorful landscape. Here are 9 tips your landscape will love.

  • Plan a new or updated landscape design

  • If you have not already, remove all annual plants, thoroughly rake and clean-up debris

  • Water and cut back perennials

  • Plant spring blooming bulbs up until mid-January, but wait until after last frost for plants such as elephant ears

  • Prune shrubs and trees just before spring or early spring

  • Set-up planters and gardens

  • Add or refresh mulch

  • Apply fertilizer

  • Plant an early vegetable garden in January and February 

Make your landscape blossom and flourish this spring with an email to Mark@ArtThatGrows.com or call to Art That Grows at 214-987-0006.

 

WINTER IS HERE AND EVERYTHING IS COMING UP 
PUMPKINS, GOURDS, PANSIES, CABBAGES AND KALE!

HERE ARE IDEAS FOR YOUR COLD WEATHER COLOR CHANGES THAT WILL BRING BEAUTIFUL, BOLD TEXTURES AND DELIGHTFUL VIEWING EXPERIENCES TO YOUR HOME.

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We're no-longer scheduling for fall seasonal plantings that will make for an outstanding landscape or decorative home entry. So, please put us on your calendar for September / October next next and consider our suggestions for fall color.

 

However, we are available for SPRING LANDSCAPE PLANNING, DESIGN, AND CONSTRUCTION for 2022 Soil Preparation, Shrub and Tree Selections, and Planting of Colorful Gardens. 

Reminder - Pansies should be planted under major major shade trees after most of the leaves have fallen, because pansies need sun to thrive! 

 

See our Beautiful North Texas Fall/Winter Color Suggestions.