No matter how well you care for your lawn, there is always something outside of your control that can destroy all your hard work. If it’s not a hurricane or tropical storm, it is outdoor critters and insects. Insect infestations can cause serious damage because the problem is almost always too difficult to spot until it is too late.
Before you begin to plant your fall flowers, it is important to plan where the blooms will be located. Decide if you are looking for flowers that need sun or shade and then decide if you are planting in the ground and making a flower garden or if you are going to use flower pots that can be easily moved and placed around your property.
While we experience milder weather than some other states, February is typically one of the coldest weather months in our area. We know that many of our customers are looking forward to the spring and the arrival of warmer weather, so we want to share some helpful planting tips that you can start now in order to have your garden ready when warm weather finally arrives.
Wouldn’t you love to be able to go into your own yard and pick a fresh tomato off the vine for your salad? Have you noticed the taste of lettuce, peppers and zucchini is more flavorful from a garden than the supermarket? If you think gardening is too complicated and you don’t have enough time to master it, here are some basic tips that can get you started.
Nervous About Growing Your Own Vegetables? Don’t Be! You’re standing over the bell peppers in the produce section of your local Publix. Time and again, you wonder: Why are veggies so expensive? Would I save money if I grew this stuff myself? The truth is, growing your own vegetables is time consuming, but it is…