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There's no place on earth like Texas! In Flower Mound, there's plenty of Texas-sized fun to be had! From the big splashes at the waterpark to the natural beauty of the parks, family life in Flower Mound is full of things to do together. Why take time away from those precious family moments to do all the boring things required to keep your lawn in tip-top shape? Not many people enjoy weeding and mowing, which is why Lawn Love is here to help!

Lawn Love is a fully insured and bonded lawn care service. We have highly skilled, professional and friendly lawn technicians whose job it is to lighten your lawn load. They can do all the weeding, seeding, planting and even all the clean up your lawn requires as often or as little as you like. The time we save you frees you up to enjoy the people, places and things in your life in Flower Mound that makes it that much sweeter.

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Once a temporary refuge for religious settlers, Flower Mound is now one of the fastest-growing neighborhoods in Texas. "FloMo," or "The Mound" is ranked as the eighth best suburb of Dallas by D Magazine. It's also ranked #16 as the "Best Place to Live" by Money. With more than 230 bright sunny days, on average, and a warm climate, it's easy to see Flower Mound's appeal. Despite its growth, however, the neighborhood still cherishes its interesting past and its beautiful natural areas.


Flower Mound Through Time


One of the best ways to get to know the neighborhood is through its past. A Presbyterian group discovered flower Mound in the 1850s. For nearly a decade, it was used as a retreat for religious camps, meetings, and events. Only in the 1860s did the first group of settlers decide to stay. The first official structure in town, perhaps not surprisingly, was a Presbyterian church. The first residents were the church's congregation members.


It wasn't until the mid-late 1900s, however, that Flower Mound's population grew in earnest. In the early 1960s, The Mound's mayor launched an effort to improve the neighborhood's water supply, transportation, and communication systems. This work paid off. The town was the main reason for the chosen location of the Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport in 1974. Flower Mound's population size quadrupled from 1980 to 1990. By 2002, it was the fastest-growing suburb in the country. Today, its growth has leveled off, but it is still a popular place to live.


Landmarks and Attractions


Flower Mound


Naturally, one of the most famous landmarks in Flower Mound is the mound itself. The mound, which sits in the center of the neighborhood, is a natural hill that covers about 12.5 acres. The hill stands about 50 feet tall. It was one of the reasons why settlers first discovered the area. Today, this natural landmark is equally inspiring. Each spring, dozens of wildflowers bloom on the hill's slopes, creating a stunning color display.


Interestingly, an accidental fire in 2011 (that happened on New Year's Eve) sparked the first growth of the wildflowers in years after a period of mysterious dormancy. Now, Flower Mound is open to the public. Along with adding to the neighborhood's scenic beauty, it serves as a reminder of the area's pioneer days and treasured open spaces.


Flower Mound Pumpkin Patch


The Flower Mound pumpkin patch is a seasonal event. Each year during October, a small area of Flower Mound opens to the public for pumpkin-picking, hayrides, and other fall activities. While the event itself is free, large groups wanting to have a picnic must reserve a table in advance. Weather-permitting, local vendors offer food and drinks for purchase such as kettle corn, hot dogs, hamburgers, and ribs. Individuals are also free to bring their own food and picnic essentials to the event.


Flower Mound Presbyterian Church


The first Presbyterian church that drew the first settlers still stands. The church was initially built in 1854 as a place where Presbyterians could gather for communal worship rather than worshiping in their own homes. The original structure, which was made of logs, was rebuilt in 1901. Now, the church is a beautifully designed wooden building. An interesting fact about the church is that it serves as a burial ground for the Reverend Matthew B. Donald, who is credited with devising plans to create the county's first church.


McCombs Cemetery


The McCombs Cemetery was formed in the 1850s by the Presbyterian church. Flower Mound's inhabitants own inhabitants were buried in the cemetery over the years. Eventually, settlers from the greater Lewisville area were also buried there. The cemetery contains some prominent pioneer families from the South and Southwest, including the Rivers, Sigler, and Nowlin families. Archaeologists estimate that the cemetery contains about 100 citizens. It was preserved by a local association in 1990 to prevent rapid development in Flower Mound from disturbing the cemetery.


If you live in Flower Mound, you're probably aware of its growth in recent history. While development continues, the neighborhood still honors its history, natural beauty, and landmarks. We can help you maintain Flower Mound's natural appeal by adequately maintaining your garden, lawn, and property. If you are looking for a reputable lawn care service provider in the area, turn to us for assistance. Don't hesitate to reach out today to get a healthy, vibrant, and attractive lawn you are proud to call your own.

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