Landscaping for the Summer Season

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Adapt to summer weather changes to keep your lawn in excellent shape. Adjust your watering schedule, feed your lawn in accordance with fertilizer bans, look out for and identify common summer pests, remove weeds directly, and maintain your summer tools.

Spring Has Sprung: Landscaping Tasks for the Season

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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.

Late Winter Shrub Care

Plants & Shrubs

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.

Prune Your Roses Properly

Plants & Shrubs

In Central and Southern Florida, count on your roses growing and blooming all year long. In the northern parts of the state, they’ll still thrive for nine months every year. Not bad! To keep them growing strong, prune them the right way.

Your April Lawn Care

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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.

Make Your Own Compost

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Put your grass clippings, leaves, and food scraps to work. Combine them in a compost pile or bin and mix with oxygen and water to eventually yield a nutrient-rich humus that can be utilized in your landscape as a soil amendment or fertilizer.