Ladies and gentlemen, pull out your wide-brimmed hats, sunscreen, and lemonade because the time for spring landscaping is now! Whether or not outside projects are your thing, you’re in the right place because we've covered the most important spring landscaping tasks.
Turfgrass needs vary throughout the year, and the transition from summer to fall brings a change in your lawn’s irrigation requirements. A water-wise homeowner will provide the right amount of irrigation so their lawn can thrive all year long.
Florida spring brings increasing temperatures without the relief of daily summer showers. Grass and other plants will require more water than in winter, but overwatering can be just as damaging as drought. Keep your lawn and plants properly watered to maintain a healthy landscape.
Florida homeowners entering the fall season should set their sprinkler systems to deliver three-fourths inches of water two days per week. Set empty cans around the yard, run sprinklers, and then measure the collection to determine if turf is receiving adequate, consistent delivery.
There are 4 major stages in St. Augustine’s decline when affected by Drought Stress. The earlier “indicators” can alert you to minor problems before...
Hot & humid starts changing into cool & dry and cold fronts bring rain…not necessarily cold air every time. Here’s some changes that you might or might not be aware of as we roll into full-fledged fall.
As we move closer and closer to winter time, temperatures cool and grass slow their growth. It’s nice because we can move out of the once-a-week mowing routine and start using our Sundays to watch football and relax.