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What Is the Best Irrigation System for My Florida Lawn?

All of us Floridians are used to the sight: the brown, dull lawns of winter. Okay, so it's not easy to keep your lawn looking fresh and beautiful during those drier months, when the rest of the year saw flooding rains! If you don't have the right irrigation system, though, you don't stand a chance. Avoid [...]

By | September 27th, 2017|Irrigation & Landscaping Blog, Irrigation Services|

Hurricane Cleanup: We Can Help

The team at R&R would like would like to extend our thoughts and prayers to all those in our community affected by hurricane Irma. We are certainly relieved it has passed and that we got through with much less damage than initially anticipated. Nevertheless, cleanup can be hard, especially in 90-degree weather and without the [...]

By | September 12th, 2017|Front Page, Irrigation & Landscaping Blog, Landscaping Services|

5 Signs You Need Sprinkler Repair

Apparently, nearly 1 in 3 of us don't know how often a lawn needs to be watered. The wise ones among us have bought a sprinkler system to do it for us, so we don't have to think about it too much! Unfortunately, nothing lasts forever - and sprinklers break down from time to time. But they [...]

By | July 21st, 2017|Irrigation & Landscaping Blog|

How to Maximize the Use of Your Lawn Sprinklers

A lawn sprinkler system is a great investment. Having a sprinkler system to provide your lawn with the nourishment it needs is a great way to get a healthy yard. But you'll want to be sure that you're using your lawn sprinklers to the right level. Too little, and your grass will start to dry [...]

By | June 30th, 2017|Irrigation & Landscaping Blog|

5 Tips to add More Green to Your Thumb – And Your Lawn!

Every gardener loves to earn the reputation of having a green thumb. However, there are eco-sensitive steps you can take that will make sure you are a green gardener, regardless of how gifted you are at getting the most from your plants. Five Tips: It only takes a little extra effort to ensure you are [...]

By | May 24th, 2017|Irrigation & Landscaping Blog|

Spring Gardening in Southwest Florida

April and May is a great time for landscaping and gardening in Cape Coral, Fort Myers and all other spots in Southwest Florida. Daytime temperatures tend to be warmer but are not yet scorching, and the cooler nights mean that the mosquitoes are still waiting for their turn to invade later in the year. In other [...]

By | April 30th, 2017|Irrigation & Landscaping Blog, Landscape Care and Maintenance|

Drought-Friendly Florida Landscaping

Living in Southwest Florida has many advantages over other parts of the country. But when it comes to Florida landscaping around your home, there are very unique challenges. As you well know, the rain levels and droughts are as unpredictable as the Florida Lottery -- you never know what each day's draw is going to [...]

By | April 4th, 2017|Irrigation & Landscaping Blog|

Pest Control for Your Florida Garden

When it comes to protecting your garden and your family from insects, the first thing you should know is that plants have natural enemies that may end up being beneficial to your garden or backyard. Insects are arthropods that feed on other living organisms, and they often enjoy munching on plants or on other insects [...]

By | March 23rd, 2017|Irrigation & Landscaping Blog|

Caring for Your Cape Coral Garden in February

During February, your Cape Coral lawn and garden may experience cooler days and the effect of a mild winter. Granted, the ongoing changes in traditional weather patterns may bring about a wild rain or a very chilly day followed by a warm week, but nothing that your native plant species won't be able to handle. [...]

By | February 12th, 2017|Landscape Care and Maintenance|

Florida Vegetable Gardening Tips For Beginners

Many people that are new to vegetable gardening in Florida will make a few mistakes. Here are a few helpful tips, so that you do not get discouraged from your gardening journey. Summertime In Florida Is Brutal On Plants There are not many vegetables that can tolerate the summertime heat in Florida. It can be [...]

By | January 20th, 2017|Landscape Care and Maintenance|