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San Antonio's climate is suited best for drought resistant grasses like hybrid st. augustine. When city ordinances restrict watering your lawn, you want a grass that can withstand harsh temperatures and little water. Luckily, we can help! Call us today for a free consultation on the right types of grass.
One popular pairing with newly installed sod grass is shade. Consider the Osage orange tree for such a task. The Osage orange is a fast-growing, pest-free tree, tolerant to poor growing conditions and capable of surviving harsh climates. Leaves are a shiny, deep green in summer and turn an attractive yellow in fall. If a leaf is crushed or a leafstalk is broken, however, it exudes a sticky milky juice that irritates the skin. So be careful!
Inconspicuous greenish male and female flowers appear on separate trees. But because it has invasive roots, this tree should not be planted near sewer or drainage lines if at all possible. It can also tolerate desert heat, wind, and drought once its fair-ranging roots are properly established. Remove some branches of mature trees to create a more open appearance.
Another consideration is the tulip tree. This is one of the tallest trees to be found in the early eastern regions of the United States. It grows at a fairly rapid pace and can span well over 90 feet in some cases. In gardens that are spacious enough, it is an excellent source for shade and can help with new sod growth that we install. The tree bears fragrant 2-inch tulip shaped flowers, but generally not until the tree is 10 to 20 years old; even then their scent and delicate beauty can scarcely be noticed because by that time the branch tips are finally up in the air. Trees bought balled and burlaped should be planted only in early spring. Prune in winter; old trees rarely require pruning.