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Lawn Love connects you with a Houston lawn care provider based on the services you need and your location. We provide the benefit of having hundreds of lawn pros on our platform to choose from, each with different skills and experience, and all local to Houston. This helps you, the customer, to be matched with the right person for the yard work you need completed based on expertise and availability. Gone are the days of relying with uncertainty on a friend or neighbor to help with your lawn.

Depending on the availability of the lawn pros in Houston, we can generally get your job scheduled in as quickly as 2 days. You’ll be notified as soon as a provider picks up your job and it will be added to their schedule, without you needing to do anything else!

The best thing is you don’t need to change your plans to accommodate for your lawn pro’s services. Everything from booking to payment is handled online, so you don’t need to be home when the service is completed. If you have a gate code or special instructions, include that information during or after the quote process and the message will be relayed to the pro.

Occasionally you may experience rescheduled jobs. If your job needs to be rescheduled, it will be opened back up for pros who have the first availability to accept it. You’ll be notified with the new date and time once it’s confirmed.

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Did you know? Talented lawn pros using Lawn Love's platform have completed over 13493 jobs in Houston over the last year! We think it's safe to say you're in great hands. Why not give it a try today?

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NASA, the Beer Can House, 26 Fortune 500 companies, and great gardens are just a few of the great things that you can find in Houston. Despite the humid weather that the city experiences during certain points of the year, Houston is still an amazing place to explore. Exploring Houston during your free time is much better than having to work on your garden during the weekend. Lawn Love wouldn't mind working on your garden so you can go out there and enjoy everything that Houston has to offer because we are one of the best gardener service providers in town.

No matter how hot the weather gets in Houston, a lovely garden will always help improve the way a home looks on the outside. Many folks have these visions of what they want their garden to look like, but it will take plenty of time, effort, and hard work to make these visions a reality. It is a good thing that Lawn Love is here because just like the Fairy Godmother in Cinderella, we can work our magic to transform your lawn into a thing of beauty.

Our gardening experts each have an average of 10 years of experience and can provide excellent gardener service to gardens of all shapes and sizes. What are you waiting for? Call us now at 281-783-8128 or get a quick quote online so you can book our services and get the garden that you've always wanted.

Lawn care facts in Houston

How often should I mow my lawn?

Here are the most common lawn mowing frequencies in Houston:

How are lawn care prices in Houston?

Prices vary depending on the size of the lawn and frequency of your service. Here are some average lawn care prices for homes in Houston:

While the frequency at which you should mow your lawn will vary from property to property, it's always recommended to maintain your grass at a regular interval. Too long between cuttings can cause shock to the plant and result in an unhealthy lawn or bald spots. At Lawn Love, we always recommend weekly or bi-weekly mowing services to maintain a lush healthy lawn your neighbors will envy!

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Should I water my lawn today?

There won't be any rain in Houston today, which means you'll probably have to water your lawn. Dusk and dawn are the best times to water your lawn (the sun will rise at 7:00 AM and set at 5:22 PM today in Houston).

Houston gardening

Texas is a big state. Therefore, it might not surprise you that instead of one state flower, it has five! All five are species of bluebonnet, which means you don't have to worry about memorizing five names. It also means that if you need ideas for your spring garden, you have one species to start with.


But as a gardener in Houston, you probably want to diversify your collection beyond one species. Fortunately, thanks to the mild climate and seasonal weather patterns, creating a beautiful, varied garden is easy. Although there are different climate patterns throughout the state, summers are typically long, hot, and dry. Winters are mild. In most places, snowfall is rare. The warmest month, on average, is August. Average highs in August range between 75°F and 93°F. The coolest month is January when daytime highs range between 45°F and 65°F.


Planting for the Weather


While these weather patterns are fairly predictable and give you some certainty in planting your garden, the state is subject to periodic bouts of foul weather and intense storms. In the arid desert region of western Texas, the risk of forest fires significantly increases between June and August. There is very little rainfall (on average less than nine inches) during the summer months. Hardy species like cacti thrive in this part of the state. Poppy, yarrow, stonecrop, and wooly thyme are beautiful fire-resistant flowers. Raspberry, rose, honeysuckle and Russian sage are fire-resistant shrubs, while fire-resistant trees include maple, honeylocust, cherry, and black oak. Since black oak is also drought-tolerant, it can survive summers with little rainfall. The southern and eastern parts of the state, in contrast, get considerably higher amounts of annual rainfall. In the east, rainfall totals average 37 inches per year. In the south, that number nearly doubles. Beautiful plants that tolerate copious amounts of rainfall include fern, iris, and phlox.


Local Climate in Houston


Houston sits in an area covered by a gulf coastal plain. The landscape in and around the city is primarily flat and dominated by marshland. Snow is uncommon, but the region is subject to hurricanes, intense thunderstorms, and tornadoes. Since temperatures rarely drop low enough for a frost or freeze, it's generally safe to keep plants outside year-round. Therefore, decorative trees and plants, including citrus trees, do well living outside in Texas.


Native Plants


In addition to planting a garden based on weather trends and climate, you can also create a garden based on native species. There are over a dozen indigenous, picturesque species in the Houston area alone that are uniquely adapted to the local climate. Whether you want to create a stunning bouquet, attract pollinators, or impress your neighbors, these plants do it all.


Coneflower


The coneflower resembles a daisy with its cone-shaped center. However, coneflower is distinct for its beautiful lavender-colored petals. If you get impatient waiting for the first colors of spring to arrive, this early bloomer is a good choice. The first buds emerge in early spring, and a full bloom lasts through August. Along with adding color to your garden, coneflower is a pollinator that attracts butterflies and bees.


Texas Lantana


With bright colors that stand out against soil and grass, the yellow-orange blossoms on this native flower are especially striking. Since this flower thrives in moist soil, it's a perfect choice for the marshy conditions in Houston. Texas Lantana, like the coneflower, blossoms from spring through summer. It's also a great choice of flower for attracting the pollinators. If deer are a problem in your neighborhood, Texas Lantana is one of the best options for keeping deer away.


Autumn Sage


With its tall, red or pink blooms that emerge in late spring, autumn sage is a feast for the eyes. And with an enticing supply of nectar, it's also a plant that draws hummingbirds. Autumn sage is a good option for enduring a long, hot summer, as it has a high level of drought resistance. It is a sun-loving plant too, and therefore suitable for gardens that get little or no shade.


Texas Olive Blossoms


Vivid colors are indeed lovely to have in a garden. But sometimes, a beautiful white looks just as impressive. Lush, velvety blooms appear around a pale yellow center, which makes for a dramatic summertime garden. By the end of the summer, you'll also be in for another surprise, which is a purple fruit that the plant produces.


Indian Blanket


Indian blanket, or Firewheel, is a glorious flower with alternating red, yellow, and orange blooms. An interesting fact about Firewheel is that it is a self-propagating flower. Every year, it returns to a brilliant full bloom. Along with adding brilliant color to your garden, it's also a flower that attracts pollinators, namely butterflies.


Gulf Coast Penstemon


If pretty petals are what you're after, the Gulf Coast penstemon is a good option. This flower produces delicate light purple blooms. The center is deep, and each stem produces clusters of colorful blossoms. In addition to drawing your eye, this stunning flower is another one that provides nectar for hummingbirds. If you put this flower in your garden, you'll enjoy its beautiful blooms from spring through fall.


Beautyberry


While many flowers in your garden last seasonally, beautyberry is deciduous. This means it grows throughout the year. This native species is technically a shrub and is a bit hardier than other species you might plant in your garden. Beautyberry thrives in the shade, but it can also do well in the sun if it gets sufficient water. Since it can grow tall (six feet), beautyberry should be trimmed if you don't want unkempt shrubs.


With its warm, mild climate, Texas is a perfect place for starting a magnificent garden. And with many beautiful native flowers that are adapted to the local climate, you have many fine options for a garden. And with a diverse range of shade-loving and sun-loving plants, there are native flowers for every Houston neighborhood. Don't have the time or the energy to do you Houston gardening? Try Lawn Love's professional gardening services today.

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