Now is the time to finish winter cleaning and get ready for summer. The grass has begun to grow, and lawns need more care than they did last month. Check out our pointers for making the transition from winter to summer.
As we leave winter behind and move into the warmer seasons, Florida lawns need some care. Cover your bases, complete basic lawn care tasks now, and worry less about the health of your turfgrass.
It is no secret: the real estate market in Florida is hot! Houses that have been prepped well for selling are flying off the market. A few updates to the landscaping may be all that your home needs to be market-ready.
Preemergence herbicides are a proactive and preventative alternative to standard weed control measures like mowing and hand pulling. Applied (and reapplied) correctly, they prevent weed seeds from ever germinating. Choose between selective and nonselective herbicide types based on your needs.
Whether it's a robotic lawn mower or the best outdoor security camera, the perfect techy gift for your Florida landscaper is out there, just waiting to be purchased. Here are some of our top suggestions for the 2020 holiday season.
Homeowners install fencing for a variety of reasons, including for privacy or to keep pets and children contained. Select the material based on what you want the fence to accomplish or provide, then decide whether to hire out the installation or do it yourself.
With the arrival of fall, Florida lawns require different care and watering than they do in summer. The dormant season typically demands less frequent mowing and more irrigation. It also allows more time for completing turf repair projects. Note your lawn’s changing needs now.
Teaching your kids about landscaping increases their self-confidence and allows them to feel that they’re contributing to a project. Adopt a teacher’s heart and develop a shared vocabulary to make landscaping a fun, learning experience for your son or daughter.
Include children in landscaping activities to create new bonding experiences and teach them lifelong skills. Start small, be patient, and focus first on having fun. In this blog we look at age-appropriate landscaping tasks for toddlers, school-age kids, and middle- and high-schoolers.