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Happy Groundhog Day! What, you’re not celebrating? You don’t like groundhogs in your yard? How about raccoons, opossums, moles, gophers and chipmunks? Did we just hear somebody out there in cyberland call God’s creatures “varmints?”


It’s the second day of February, and the furry varmint wakes after a long sleep, stretches, and pokes his nose out of his burrow. After a lungful of brisk winter air, he hauls his stiff self out of his hole and takes a look around.

New Year House Door

One of the most common New Year’s goals is to get more organized. This week we’ll look at what this means for your yard and property. In particular, an organized yard could include: Well-tended grounds and garden Upgraded landscaping Regular fence maintenance Areas set aside for your sports or hobbies While many people make New…

Texas vines plants

Many of our customers like to soften the look of their fences with some foliage. So we thought this week we’d report on some of the more successful vines to grow well on fences here in Texas. They’re awfully pretty, too. Vines work better than shrubbery if you have a small yard, or don’t want…

outdoor fall decor

At Buzz, we like the look of a clean, fresh fence. But every once in a while – especially around Halloween – we get the urge to enhance our fence in a ghoulish way. At the same time, we’re not exactly Martha Stewart. So here are a few quick, easy ways to add some seasonal…

broken fence

There comes that sad day in every fence’s life when it can no longer adequately encircle your yard. Beaten and battered, rusted or rotted, sagging or missing slats like teeth in a smile, the poor old workhorse must be dismantled.


Is the mother in your life a lady who lives to garden? Does she like to spend sunny days outside working on her tan? If you have an outdoorsy sort of person on your Mother’s Day shopping list, we have a few ideas for her special day. And yes, they’re better than slug bait or…


One man’s nemesis can be another man’s cup of tea. Depending on how you look at it, the bright yellow heads of dandelions are an evil side effect of spring, foreshadowing back aches from spending hours plucking the insidious weeds from your otherwise perfect lawn. Or you can brew dandelions to make a medicinal tea…


If you have a dog, you already know the wonderful benefits of their companionship. But you also know how guilty they can make you feel – staring at you with big, hungry eyes while you feast at the dinner table, or gazing pointedly at their leash when you just want to relax on the couch.