News and Ideas
Earthworks is always active in the communities of commercial landscapers and commercial property owners and managers. Below are articles that mention us or we have contributed to directly.
EarthWorks update on Coronavirus (COVID-19)Update 3-27-20As you are no doubt aware, several states and municipalities have issued ‘Stay at Home’ or ‘Shelter in Place’ orders for their communities, it is important to clarify Earthworks' position and responsibility in...read more
Earthworks recognised by SMU Cox School of Business and included on the 2019 D100 list Over the last 22 years a lot has changed here at Earthworks. When you’re “in it” everyday, it's sometimes difficult to grasp just how much things have...read more
We sat down with EarthWorks arborist Paul to discuss why tree trimming is important, and what really happens when an arborist inspects and trims a tree. Read his interview to gain important insights regarding the health of your property’s trees. Why do we...read more
Peanut butter & jelly, cookies and milk, wine and cheese…. Some things are a perfect pairing! That’s how we feel about our vendors. We’re proud of the quality services we provide for our clients across the DFW and Houston metros, and we couldn’t do it...read more
You’ve probably noticed your property’s winter plantings are looking tired. While we still have at least a month until the official start of spring, Texas weather starts a (sometimes unpredictable) warming pattern in February. We’ve already seen drooping...read more
Winter is one of the best times to plant in Texas because our soil rarely freezes, and our area doesn’t typically get standing snow. By planting key items in winter, you can save money, lower water usage, and ensure your property’s landscape is ready when...read more
Winter is coming… and that means it’s time to prepare for winter watering. Unlike northern states, Texas does not get cold enough to require winter weatherization practices such as shutting down irrigation systems. Our winter temperatures and soil...read more
A rain/freeze sensor is a simple plastic device that is designed to shut off your property’s irrigation system in the event of freezing temperatures and / or rain. While they won’t track or predict the weather, they can help you save water. They also help...read more
Cooler weather has finally come to Texas, and that means leaves will soon start falling from the trees. Many people think of autumn as a time when fall breezes sends brightly colored leaves dancing through the air. In reality, leaf drop (as it’s called in...read more
Landscaping is a necessary and worthwhile investment for any commercial property. But how do you determine what to allocate for landscaping when planning for the upcoming fiscal year? Without a proper budget, a property runs the risk of overlooking vital...read more
The perfect time to leave a truly green mark on an apartment’s landscape is during the renovation. Property rehabilitation can not only upgrade the look and feel inside but improve out-of-date landscapes with a more modern – and sensible – look that’s...read more
As fall (hopefully) finds its way to our region, your property’s landscaping needs change. In addition to planning fall color changes, many of our clients want to find ways to maintain a healthy lawn during the cooler months by planting ryegrass. Ryegrass...read more
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