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Open Season for Aerating Your Lawn

Don’t Forget to Aerate! If you’re a property owner with your eye on the prize of having a lush, lovely green lawn worthy of the high-gloss pages of a magazine or verdant enough to catch the eye of your neighborhood garden committee, you’ll probably be watching the calendar and trying to get a game plan…

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What Custom Landscaping Professionals Can Do For You

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The exterior of a home or business makes a first impression that is difficult to duplicate. You may want a nice yard that is functional for your purposes. However, achieving what you visualize can be extremely challenging without help. Keeping your outdoor spaces looking well-kept once you get them the way you want can be…

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Pruning and Protection: Preserving Florida’s Sabal Palm

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Florida’s state tree, the Sabal Palm (also known as a cabbage palm or by its scientific name, the Sabal Palmetto), is an iconic, but vulnerable, part of Florida’s landscape. Many people don’t realize that over-pruning or pruning them in the wrong way can cause irreversible damage. In fact, the palm is self-pruning and will shed…

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6 Ways to Solve Landscaping Drainage Problems

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If rainwater stands in your yard for hours after the rain stops, you may need to do some custom landscaping for drainage. Backyard flooding can ruin outdoor plans and make your yard unusable for hours or even days after a heavy rainstorm. Here are a few different ways that you can drain the excess water…

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Importance of Yard Drainage

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Depending on where you live, yard drainage may or may not be an issue. In Florida, drainage problems can mean major trouble – in this June alone, Pensacola had 11.78 inches of rain. If you have any custom landscaping, this can be bad news for your trees, shrubs and lawn features. Plus, Florida is known…

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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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Don’t Be Late for Early Spring Lawn Care

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Don’t Be Late for Early Spring Lawn Care In some regards, lawn care could be considered an analogy for life: prepare for the seasons ahead well in advance so that when the time comes, you’re in the best position possible. It stands to reason, then, that spring lawn care doesn’t begin in spring, but in…

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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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