Balmy evenings give us a great opportunity to relax with family or friends outdoors. Fire pits create an inviting space in your own backyard.
Flagstones are a type of sedimentary rock often used in landscaping. There are many areas throughout the US from which flagstone is attained.
Sandbags are usually convenient (and free!) from local distribution sites when heavy rains or a storm is on the way. But what do you do when sandbags sites aren’t open, you can’t pick up sandbags during operating hours or storm prep falls on a holiday weekend (I am talking to you Elsa) – you think […]
Summer is here and that means heavy rain, hot temperatures and the increased potential for fungus in your turfgrass. Lawn diseases like rust, brown patch, root rot and several types of leaf spots plague Florida lawns during this time of year. Monitoring the overall health of your lawn can help prevent any small problems from […]
Although the high temperatures and humidity of summer, take a toll on most Florida gardeners, the summer months are actually some of the best for your lawn and landscape, if you can keep up. Read on for our tips to help you through the summer months. For the Lawn Weeds – If you have sedge, […]
We have a lot to do each day, but this May to-do list for your landscaping will help you to focus on in the month ahead.
You may be surprised to learn that the Coontie palm is Florida’s only native cycad, and also the only cycad native to the entire continent.
If you are looking to incorporate more bamboo projects into your landscape, we have a few DIY ideas to get you started
Earth Day 2021 is this Thursday, April 22. After a year which so many people stayed indoors, this is a great time to go out and enjoy Mother Earth!
There are a number of tools that will make your life a lot easier and result in beautiful landscaping, but here is the starter set we recommend.