Don’t Overwater! How Much Water Does Your Yard Need?
Having a…Read More »
How To Utilize Black Friday for your Yard
Why the yard?
The lawn is the entry way to your home. It leaves a lasting first impression for visitors. Your yard is a social gathering space and akin to an outdoor living…Read More »
When there are no leaves to rake, what do you do?
In Central Florida, caring for your lawn and garden is a little different than most of the country. We do not have to prepare, at least as thoroughly, for…Read More »
Seven tips to secure and restore your lawn after Hurricane Irma.
As the winds die down from Hurricane Irma, and the skies clear, the mess, unfortunately, remains behind. Flooding, downed branches, and power outages delay life’s return back to normal….Read More »
A warmer-than-average climate and varying rainfall have a huge impact on your lawn’s health.
One of the biggest perks of being a Floridian is plenty of sunshine all-year-long. Rather than months of cold and frost, we see only a few…Read More »
A smaller-than-average lawn can be a challenge to design and maintain.
A dream home can feel less than ideal when it sits upon a tiny yard. A smaller yard can feel like a challenge to design and maintain. Exciting landscaping…Read More »
Summer officially starts June 21st, but for anyone who has lived in Florida very long we know it’s already here. However, this year is unusual for a number of reasons: 1. Disney is actually restricting the number…Read More »
Mosquito bites are the bane of my summer experience. Last 4th of July I went to a Disney golf course to watch the fireworks. It was wonderful until I got home and counted 42 mosquito bites – from my…Read More »