The wait is over: here’s your annual fall landscaping to-do list. Lawn care, pruning and trimming, weed control, mulching, and irrigation all play a part in ensuring your property is prepared for the winter months and ready to flourish come springtime.
Proper care and attention to your yard can keep it healthy and beautiful all summer long. In this blog, we discuss essential summer landscaping tasks, including irrigation, weed and pest control, equipment maintenance, and shrub maintenance. Now is also the time to plant annuals, perennials, and vegetables.
This comprehensive guide for Florida homeowners covers hurricane preparation, including understanding hurricane season, minimizing landscape damage, and planning ahead. Discover how to protect your home and property with tips on tree care, securing outdoor items, and creating an emergency plan. Stay informed, prepared, and safe.
Celebrate Earth Day with a commitment to practicing Florida-Friendly Landscaping. Apply these nine principles to your property to positively impact our state’s natural resources, residents, and wildlife. Plant selection and placement, watering and fertilization practices, pest management, and more are critical in protecting our precious environment.
Florida homeowners, dust off those gardening gloves, because spring landscaping starts now! We’ve outlined the top landscaping tasks to help you prepare for the spring season: tune up your equipment, assess your turfgrass and soil, and calibrate your irrigation system.
Why limit new year’s resolutions to your lifestyle when you can make landscape resolutions for 2023? We’ve compiled our suggestions for the year: update your landscaping; create a comfortable outdoor space; commit to Florida-Friendly Landscaping principles; invest in property maintenance; and plan ahead.
While chores like mowing are not a priority during the winter, Florida homeowners can take on other landscaping tasks during the winter season. Clear and re-mulch garden beds, remove fallen leaves, plant annuals, check for mistletoe, sow ryegrass, and prepare for freezes.
Transform your ordinary Florida garden into a Tuscan wonderland. Welcome the low-maintenance, drought-tolerant, and dreamy design of a Mediterranean landscape and enjoy its modern look and peaceful mood. Select evergreens, fruit trees, herbs, and perennials. Install outdoor features like patios and pergolas.
Summer ends on September 22nd, and the time has come for homeowners to tackle their fall lawn and garden maintenance tasks. Plant cool-weather crops and flowers, adjust irrigation schedules, and prepare for fertilizer and herbicide application for a thriving autumn lawn.