Do you dream of a lush, green lawn, but find that the Florida heat is too much for you to handle on your own? We are here to tell you that the addition of a professionally installed irrigation system will not only alleviate the headache of worrying about handling the lawn on your own, but it can also add additional benefits.
The nip in the Florida air might have you dreaming of spring weather and beautiful flower and vegetable gardens. Unfortunately, if you are one of the many Florida residents dealing with sandy soil, you have never let your dreams become reality. Today is the day that can all change with the addition of nutrient-rich soil created through composting, the natural process of using the air to decompose, or break down, organic material into soil.
December has arrived, and the sights and sounds have transitioned to everything Christmas and the holidays. You can’t escape the twinkling lights, cheery songs, tasty treats, and Christmas trees. Year after year, the hard decision needs to be made between real trees or artificial ones. If you love the smell and feel of a real tree but are concerned about the sustainability factor, there is a perfect option for you. A living Christmas tree gives you the enjoyment of a real tree during the holiday season, with the ability to transition it to an outdoor landscape that can be enjoyed for many years to come.
Now that the blazing hot days of summer are behind us, it’s hard to believe that it is time to start preparing our lawns for the winter. Even though Florida doesn’t often get very cold, it’s still a good time to start preparing your lawn for our winter weather. Less sunlight, cooler temperatures, and shorter days all contribute to slower growing lawns. Grass in Florida goes dormant in the winter time, drastically slowing and even stopping the growth rate. Taking steps to winterize your lawn keeps it healthy in cold conditions. Use these tips to protect your lawn this winter.
Remember how magical it was as a kid to drive around at night, looking in awe at the elaborate holiday displays on festive houses? Now maybe you are the one filled with holiday spirit and setting up holiday decorations all over the front yard. Whether your entire neighborhood comes together to compete at who can build the most ogle-worthy displays or you are the lone wolf who longs to give Clark Griswold a run for his money, you may want to consider the damage that you might be doing to your lawn. As a kid, you never had to worry about the damage those decorations might do to the yard, but as an adult, you’re more likely to keep it in mind. Follow these tips and be careful with these holiday items so that they do not cause damage and you can start the new year with a beautiful and healthy lawn!
Having a green lawn does not only come with aesthetic benefits. Many people don’t know that a lawn can help cool down your home, that it releases a significant amount of oxygen, and that it captures dirt and dust, thus helping to keep your family healthy. Plus, when you have a gorgeous lawn, you can use it for various activities, like hosting BBQ’s in your yard. While we all strive to have a healthy and beautiful lawn, a lot of us have trouble actually creating one. Fortunately, we have gathered some useful tips to help you have an easier time taking care of your lawn and make it the envy of the neighborhood.
Do you see pictures of the fall foliage of the Northeast and dream of experiencing that in Florida? While we Floridians don’t get the chance to see changing leaves that magically fall to the ground, we can experience the beautiful fall colors in our gardens. And while our friends in the Northeast have to clean out and winterize their gardens and flowerbeds, we get to experience year-round blooms. Here are some tips to help with fall gardening and bringing those beautiful rich colors of fall to life in your yard.
We understand that people are hesitant to schedule home service and maintenance calls during this time of COVID-19. However, we want to assure you that we are taking safety precautions to minimize interaction with our customers while still being able to provide them with the same excellent service they’ve come to expect from us.
With hurricane season in full swing, it can be stressful to figure out how to protect your lawn and property from strong winds and rain. While much of the situation is out of your hands, there are some things you can do to minimize damage if and when a hurricane strikes.
Do you live near a busy road or neighborhood and wish you could somehow reduce the noise? Even if it’s the sound of an air conditioner, ambient noise can increase stress levels. The good news is that you can use landscaping to create a buffer from the noise and give you a sense of privacy.