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Landscape Tips for February

According to groundhog Punxsutawney Phil we will have an early spring this year! That’s great news for those who are looking forward to a green

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First of the Year Landscape Tips

The winter holidays are behind us but we have the remaining winter season still ahead.  This season can be harsh to the landscape with freeze da

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Be on the Lookout for Brown Patch!

The holiday season has arrived but the cooler weather we often associate with this season is lagging behind. The recent unseasonably warm temperature

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Third Video in the Series of the 5 Most Common Landscape Mistakes

#3 - Improper WateringRain is an extremely important element in maintaining the lush look of your landscape but the variability and inconsistency of
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Flowers for Transition Seasons

Well we've finally made it past the middle of a hot hot summer! If history holds true the temperatures will continue to be warm for the next couple

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Colorful, Hardy, Attractive

Colorful hardy and attractive—Jack Frost is a form of ligustrum that has all three of these characteristics. Usually used as a shrub hedge o

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Invasive Alert!!! Grass that Kills

Identified as one of the top worst invasive weeds of the world1 Cogon grass is an extremely aggressive noxious weed. Why is Cogon grass so bad? It wi
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Color Madness!!!

Looking for a long-lasting eye-catching splash of color for your landscape? Look no further! Angelonia provides long-lived bright flowers that are a
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The Scoop on Horticulture - Plant Growth Regulators

In today’s competitive landscaping industry every company is looking for the one additional edge that may push them to the pinnacle of successf

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Invasive Alert!!! Keep Watch for Brazilian Pepper Tree

Originally from South America Brazilian pepper is a highly invasive plant that aggressively consumes native vegetation in our Florida ecosystem

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