Unfortunately, most of our trees, flowers, and bushes are cultivated for tropical and sub-tropical weather. When those cold nights come, it is important to know how to protect them as best as possible – as well as how to help them recover if they do suffer frost damage.
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Vegetable gardening in containers allows you to reap the delicious benefits of growing your own food, without the commitment of a large garden bed.
If you have children or grandchildren at home, you can help to fight the cabin fever and make learning fun with these engaging outdoor kids activities.
Thank you for your continued business and support during this time. We have always maintained a level of cleanliness at all Big Earth locations and continue to practice those methods, with increased awareness as we navigate this uncertain time. We are still open for business and will remain open, unless we are required to close […]
There are signs of progress every day in the fight against COVID-19. One of the more promising treatments is hydroxychloroquine, a derivative of quinine.
To enjoy your time outside over the next few months, learn to identify the signs of some common south Florida insects – and methods for keeping them away!
If you want to continue to enjoy your yard once it gets dark, investing in exterior landscape lighting adds to the fun of living in paradise.
If you have run out of ways to entertain the kids AND they have met their screen time limit, it’s time to go outside. Create a play yard that is sure to entertain your child(ren) for hours. Just pick up a few materials at your local Big Earth, gather supplies you already have at home […]
A sub-tropical climate allows Floridians to grow unique exotic plants. If you are new to town, these local places will provide landscaping inspiration.
The purple passionflower is utilized as a homegrown aid for anxiety, attention-deficit hyperactivity, menopausal symptoms, insomnia, and stress reduction.