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Does Your Lawn Need More Water In Winter?

When it's winter, you'll notice that your lawn becomes dormant and the plant has a slow growth rate. This is because of the infrequent cold weather that causes the grass to go into shock. You can increase your lawn's chance of looking good all winter if you consider winterizing it. Be sure to employ proper lawn care [...]

By | November 29th, 2018|Landscape Care and Maintenance|

Broken Sprinkler System? 4 Reasons To Get It Repaired

A sprinkler system is an essential component for maintaining your yard. Your landscaping project won't be complete without a reliable sprinkler for your plants and flowers to bloom. You may already see signs of damage as your sprinkler is no longer working as it should. You might be a little hesitant to get your sprinkler [...]

By | October 31st, 2018|Landscape Care and Maintenance|

5 Bright Ideas for Eco-Friendly or Green Landscaping in Florida

What if you could be a hero and save a ton of money, all at the same time? It may sound like a pretty tall order. But you can be a hero to your local environment when you embrace eco-friendly landscaping in the sunny state of Florida. And here's the kicker: green landscaping done right [...]

By | October 31st, 2018|Uncategorized|

Dress Up Your Drive Way: Landscaping Tips To Make Your Property More Welcoming

Your driveway is the first thing that your guests see when visiting you. It might just be an area where you park your car, but to your guests and neighbors, this area can either be inviting or intimidating. You can increase the curb appeal of your home exterior by making a few changes to the [...]

By | September 16th, 2018|Landscape Care and Maintenance, Landscaping Information|

South Florida Plant Guide: How to Achieve Beautiful Low Maintenance Landscaping

Florida is blessed with many days of wet weather - 53 inches on average in Cape Coral alone. All this precipitation helps Florida grow some of the most beautiful flora, hence the name of the state. Unfortunately, all that growth also means lots of maintenance. Considering the rising cost of living, most homeowners don't have time to [...]

By | July 30th, 2018|Irrigation & Landscaping Blog, Landscape Care and Maintenance|

How Commercial Landscaping Benefits Your Business

Do you have a commercial landscaping property in need of a facelift? We've all heard the saying, "don't judge a book by its cover." It's hard not to judge a business based on what their building and how their exterior fa?ade looks. If a building has overgrown weeds and is not maintained properly, potential customers [...]

By | June 20th, 2018|Irrigation & Landscaping Blog|

3 Landscaping Tips That Will Turn Your Pool Into an Oasis

When you live in Florida, having a pool is a must. But if you want to make the most of the Floridian summer sun, you'll need a pool that invites you in and around it, day after day. If you want an oasis-like pool fit for a tropical paradise, then check out these landscaping tips [...]

By | May 15th, 2018|Landscape Care and Maintenance|

Top 3 Reasons to Hire Landscaping Services for Your Home

Being a homeowner is a full-time job on its own. There are so many chores and things to maintain to keep the house itself in order; it can be hard to remember the small details. Contrary to popular belief, landscaping is no small detail. Most people forget that your front lawn is the face of [...]

By | April 26th, 2018|Landscaping Services|

5 Key Tips for Designing Your Ideal Outdoor Living Space

Are you looking to expand your living to the great outdoors? One of the hardest parts of being a homeowner is deciding how to style, design, and decorate your outdoor space to your liking. Having a great outdoor space is essential to hosting a variety of events with friends and family, from occasional dinners to [...]

By | March 28th, 2018|Landscaping Services|

How to Create Native Florida Landscaping

Are you a new gardener? The best way to work your green thumb is by growing specific plants, ideally ones that are native to your home. If you're in Florida, you're in luck. Florida hosts some of the most beautiful native plants. But what plants are native to Florida? And how should you grow them? [...]

By | February 14th, 2018|Irrigation & Landscaping Blog|