Landscaping & Lawn Care in Plano
09 Aug 2022

How to Care for Your Lawn in a Drought

As you would imagine with a summer as dry and hot as 2022, we are seeing a lot of drought stress in area lawns. Regardless of the reason (sprinkler system issues or underwatering,) every person’s first question is if their lawn is dead.

The short answer is no. Your lawn is not dead. It isn’t happy and may look bad, but if you follow the tips presented in today’s video, you can bring it back from drought stress.

If you have a lawn health problem or sprinkler system issues, call us at 972-495-6990 or email Info@VillageGreen-Inc.com. With 40+ years of experience in North Texas and hundreds of satisfied customers, we know we can help with your lawn and landscape needs.

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26 Jul 2022

Mid-Summer Lawn Update for North Texas

In this video, Ken shares an update on what we’ve been seeing in our lawn health customer’s lawns this summer. As you might imagine, we see a lot of drought stress in area lawns. We have received many calls from people wondering what is wrong with their yard and reports of other service providers saying there are fungal issues, chinch bugs, grubs, and even army worms.

Village Green has not seen any of that yet, mainly drought stress and rabbit urine damage (made worse if the lawn isn’t being watered correctly.) I think we’ll see chinch bugs eventually this summer. You can learn more about chinch bugs by watching the [640],shadow=true,start=,stop=.

If you have a lawn health problem, call us at 972-495-6990 or email Info@VillageGreen-Inc.com. With 40+ years of experience in North Texas and hundreds of satisfied customers, we know we can help with your lawn and landscape needs.

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