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Ideas to Enhance Your Commercial Property’s Curb Appeal

Did you know that a well-maintained, beautiful landscape can boost your property’s value by 15-20%? Additionally, they help increase sales and strengthen customer loyalty. Of course, you can always choose to keep up with landscape maintenance on your property, but if you stop at landscape maintenance, you are missing out on a great opportunity to set yourself apart from the competition! When performed... Learn More


Pruning Shrubs

After the long, cold, winter months, a lot of us jump at the chance to go outdoors and enjoy the fresh air of spring. It’s a great time to prepare for a new season of growth by pruning shrubs that will benefit from a good pruning. It’s also the perfect time to make sure that timely pruning of your spring-flowering shrubs is included in your landscaping maintenance plan to ensure productive, healthy... Learn More

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How Southern Botanical’s Commercial Landscaping Maintenance Plans Help Businesses

How Southern Botanical's Commercial Landscaping Maintenance Plans Help Businesses If you are a property owner or a property manager who’s responsible for managing your commercial property, now is a great time to plan your spring landscaping maintenance by partnering with Southern Botanical. Having a concrete plan in place will ensure that your property’s needs are covered not only today, but for the... Learn More


Southern Botanical Can Help Prepare Your Landscape for Spring

Do you think that spring can’t come fast enough? We think so too! This is the time of the year when most of us feel that we are over the chill of winter and we’re feeling excited about the arrival of warm temperatures, perfect for going outdoors. It won’t be long before we all start seeing new buds on the shrubs and trees on our lawn, and the vibrant colors of assorted blooms popping up! This is the... Learn More

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Should You Water Your Trees in Winter?

These days, driving across North Texas has been interesting for arborists. A lot of trees appear vibrant and green, however, among the growing green are a seemingly arbitrary population of unhealthy trees. This only shows that the extreme weather conditions in recent years have left some trees struggling. Dormant trees in DFW may appear lifeless and still at this time of the year, but it is very much active... Learn More

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SoBo’s Unique Role at Oakwood Cemetery

Photo via Rod Aydelotte, Tribune-Herald Southern Botanical was recently featured in the Waco Tribune-Herald. See the full article here: Memories - they are alive in every memorial garden and cemetery. And Oakwood Cemetery is a special place that has memories to share, stories to tell, and a history to preserve. Southern Botanical understands that special places require special care,... Learn More