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Landscaping Tips for January and February

Helpful Tips For Seeing Your Landscaping Through January Once in awhile in January, the warm weather starts to poke its head out, which makes it the perfect time to do a few things around the yard that will start to get it in shape for the seasons ahead. A landscaping professional will be extremely helpful…

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Executive Decorating for the Christmas Season

Ho Ho Holiday Landscapes We don’t all live in areas of the country that seem to decorate themselves for the season with blankets of snow and foliage that turns magnificent hues that are like firelight in their tones of reds and golds. In Northwest Florida especially, the fall and winter seasons come and go with…

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Winter Landscaping Tips for Florida

How to Keep Winter’s Harshness from Claiming Your Landscape While Florida does not have severe winter weather, winter can come with its fair share of harsh factors – and those chilly temps do more than make you want to escape the cold. They also have the potential to wreak havoc on your landscape unless you…

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Seasonal Stimulation with Fall Fertilizer

Did You Know Fall is for Fertilizer? It doesn’t take a genius to figure out that the heat of summer is brutal on grass. Take a quick visual sweep around your neighborhood, and you’ll likely see more than one lawn looking less than green. One of them may even be yours. And all that tortured…

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Greasing the Green with Horticultural Oil

Horticultural Oil If you’re eyeing the calendar and feeling the unexpected chill in the breeze that seems to have crept in of late, you’re likely becoming more aware of the fact that fall is drawing nigh. Try as you might to ignore it, the onset of autumn means it’s about time to get your head…

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Avoid These 4 Poisonous Plants That May Lurk in Your Yard

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Residing in Florida allows you to enjoy the landscape surrounding your house throughout the year. Shrubs, flowers, green grass and other natural amenities can beautify your property. However, there could be hidden dangers lurking between some of your plants. Poison oak, poison ivy, poison sumac and wild parsnips are poisonous plants that you want to…

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Beautiful and Allergy Free Landscaping

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Allergy Free Landscaping for Allergy Sufferers The start of Summer brings out the landscaping gardener in many of us. Whether it is commercial landscaping to add curb appeal for a business or residential landscaping to dress up the front porch of the house, landscaping is everywhere. Unfortunately for over 50 million Americans who are allergen…

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Simplified Gardening: How to Grow Succulents

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Simplified Gardening: How to Grow Succulents If you’ve ever fancied yourself a gardener only to find out that your green thumb seems to be malfunctioning, succulent plants might be a dream come true. Much like cacti, succulents are pretty tolerant of neglect, which means that growing succulents doesn’t require nearly as much work as most…

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Pruning Crepe Myrtles Without Committing Crepe Murder

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Pruning Crepe Myrtles Without Committing Crepe Murder It’s pretty easy to mentally lump all plants into one category as “green things that require pruning,” but the crepe myrtle is a horse of an entirely different color or if you prefer to be more accurate, a tree of a different color. The point is that pruning…

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Winter Pruning

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Be Prudent About Winter Pruning Winter pruning isn’t something that most people think about on a regular basis. In fact, if you’re like most homeowners, you may not even be aware that pruning should be a part of your winter lawn care, thinking instead that shearing off your plants and shrubs is something that needs…

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