Rhino Lawn Care


The Texas-based Rhino Lawn Care company (www.rhinolawncare.com) has offered full-service care of lawns, shrubs and trees for both residential and commercial customers since 1988. Rhino Lawn Care serves the Texas communities of Dallas, Crandall, Forney, Ft. Worth, Garland, Heath, Kaufman, Mesquite, Rockwall, Rowlett, Sunnyvale and Terrell.


Rhino Lawn Care is insured and licensed by the Texas Department of Agriculture, and it is a member of the Texas Turfgrass Association. Estimates of the costs and terms of its service may be obtained online. Consumers may earn discounts by referring customers to Rhino Lawn Care.

Dormant Season Service

Rhino Lawn provides preemergent herbicide control of broadleaf weeds and winter grassy weed control in January and February. The company applies dormant horticultural oil in January and February to help control and prevent insects from feeding on shrubs and trees.

Early Spring Service

In March and early April, the company applies preemergent lawn fertilizer and herbicidal control of broad leaf weeds. In late April and early June, it fertilizes lawns and applies herbicides to control both broadleaf and grassy weeds. In early March through early April, Rhino applies deep root fertilizer to shrubs and trees to encourage green leaves, growth and flowering. Control of both fire ants and preventative grub worm care are extras in all seasons.

June and July

Rhino Lawn continues to fertilize lawns in early June through late July, adding herbicidal control of both broadleaf and grassy weeds.

Summer and Autumn

The company fertilizes and applies herbicides to control grassy and broadleaf lawn weeds throughout the summer. It continues its control of damaging insects and diseases of shrubs and trees throughout the summer. Rhino Lawn applies preemergent fertilizer to lawns and herbicides needed to control broadleaf weeds in the fall. In November and early December, it applies drench or deep root zone fertilizer to shrubs and trees.

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