Fruit Trees

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There are many types of fruits that may be successfully grown in Oklahoma. GreenPro specialists can help you isolate the best place on your property for your fruit tree to take root and grow. A smaller planting, well cared for, will usually return more quality fruit and enjoyment to the grower than a larger neglected one. For best survival and production, be sure to locate your plantings near a water source.

Feng Shui Your Landscape with GreenPro

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Feng Shui is simply the art of maximizing good energy in a living space, while minimizing the bad. There are five natural elements that serve as its components: wood, fire, earth, metal, and water. Landscape designs often center around these elements, which homeowners can easily incorporate into their landscapes and surrounding property.

The Secret to a Lively Lawn? Dethatching!

A thin layer of thatch is good—about a half-inch or so, which can help maintain steady soil moisture and temperature. The problem arises when thatch grows thicker, and it’s time to dethatch your lawn. Dethatching is the process of removing this thick layer of decaying plant material so air, water, nutrients, and fertilizer can reach the soil better. It also helps your lawn drain more effectively.

May Flowers

White lily of the valley in spring

Each month of the year has a designated flower, often connected with the flower that blooms best during its season. May, for example, is associated with the Lily of the Valley. GreenPro’s clients often find themselves curious about how to design flower beds that bloom at appropriate times of year.

Secrets To Good Mulch

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It’s our job to be experts in all aspects of lawn care and maintenance, including mulch. Remove old mulch first before adding new mulch. Consider your home’s roof color, shutter color, and the color scheme of your plantings.

Hummingbird Gardens

A ruby-throated hummingbird hovers next to a cardinal flower.

The easiest way to find hummingbirds in Oklahoma is to create your own hummingbird garden on your property. There are three species in Oklahoma, two that nest in Oklahoma and one that migrates through. Don’t forget to add a feeder or two because they need to eat every 15-20 minutes.