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Seasonal Landscaping

Creating a Yard Worth Screaming About

A Yard for Halloween! It’s almost Halloween! So it’s also time to trick out your yard and get it looking like a treat, rather than a horror. Sure, you might want to make it look scary – but the scary factor should come from your ghoulish decorations, not the actual state of your yard. That…

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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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Create The Outdoor Man Cave of Your Dreams

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Are you ready for some football? That’s an easy yes, but the real question might be: Is your man cave ready for the big game? And there is an even better question: Are you ready for an awesome outdoor man cave? That’s right; we said outdoor man cave. Fall weather on the Gulf Coast is…

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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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It’s Grow Time: Spring Fertilizing

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It’s Grow Time: Spring Fertilizing When it comes to getting the healthiest lawn possible, spring fertilizing takes a leap to the top of the priority list; but it’s important to remember that when you do it and how you do it matters, as well. As your might know, fertilizing your lawn in spring helps the…

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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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Defrosting the Damage of Frozen Plants

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Defrosting the Damage of Frozen Plants Frozen plants are not something anyone wants to see, especially if they’ve invested time and money into their garden to keep their landscape looking at the top of its game. But winter weather has a tendency to wreak havoc on plants and grass, both of which can be extremely…

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Freeze Out the Cold Damage

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Freeze Out the Cold Damage Think about it: Do you love drastic fluctuations in temperature, especially when those fluctuations have the thermometer hovering near, or sometimes even below, freezing? Unless you’re an Eskimo, the answer is probably not; and your plants are the same way. All of those lovely green things growing in your garden…

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Freeze Out Bleak-Looking Blades with Winter Lawn Care

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Freeze Out Bleak-Looking Blades with Winter Lawn Care As we all know, the onset of winter brings on the much slower growth of grass. It slows to an almost undetectable crawl, creeping through the season with hardly enough change to notice. Unless, of course, you haven’t prepared it for the upcoming cold. And then there’s…

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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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