Plants & Shrubs
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.
Vines can transform your garden into an enchanting oasis. In this blog, we'll delve into the various functions of vines, guide you in choosing manageable and suitable species for your Florida garden, and provide insightful steps on training your chosen vine.
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.
In this blog, we explore the best flowers to plant in Florida in May, including annuals and perennials, and offer tips on how to care for your garden during the month to keep it looking vibrant and healthy all season long.
As a follow-up to our shrub planning and selection blog, we present to you our guide for shrub planting and care. Prepare the soil and planting sites, plant your shrubs properly, and know what new shrubs need when it comes to water, fertilizer, and pest control.
Shrubs serve a special role in landscape unity and have near-endless functions. Shrubs may be used as privacy or noise barriers, backdrops for garden features, specimen plants, and more. Determine your purpose for adding shrubs to your property and follow our steps for thoughtful selection.
Your garden’s colorful blooms may begin to fade this month as perennials decline. Combat this by installing a variety of plants, maintaining them carefully, and pruning strategically. Extend the life of your blooming plants and enjoy a vibrant late-summer garden.
Successfully planting bulbs this year requires the right timing, location, and care. And for many, the time is now! With the right conditions, beautiful spring and summer blooms are just around the corner. Let’s talk about how to make it happen.
With spring arriving in less than a month, it’s time to help your plants begin transitioning to the warmer seasons. You might be seeing new growth already, so don’t wait much longer to fertilize, water, prune, and control pests.