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Seasonal Tips

Falling for Vegetables & Herbs

Falling for Vegetables & Herbs

Fall tends to conjure up lots of rustic imagery for a large portion of the country. For us Floridians, however, fall is just as green as ever! Late August to early October is a time of great potential for those looking to grow vegetables in the Sunshine State. In...

Concentrate on Growing Citrus Trees

Concentrate on Growing Citrus Trees

Ready for a bit of juicy gossip about gardening in Florida? If the area you live in doesn’t experience freezing temperatures, you can grow your own citrus fruits! Growing oranges, lemons, limes, etc. is one of the great joys of living in this state, but it helps to...

Bringing the Outdoors Indoors, With Houseplants!

Bringing the Outdoors Indoors, With Houseplants!

Being surrounded by lush greenery in the form of plants is good for the mind and soul… being around bugs and the summer heat? That’s a different story. Whether you have a green thumb or not, it can be a demanding task to stay on top of your outdoor garden. So why not...

A Bird’s Eye View to the Ideal Garden for Hummingbirds

A Bird’s Eye View to the Ideal Garden for Hummingbirds

Summer is here and that means it’s time for backyard BBQs, garden parties, splashing around in the pool, and no school for the kids! While you may remember to make your home and backyard look nice for friends and family, it’s especially important to ensure that other...

What It Takes to Grow Succulents

What It Takes to Grow Succulents

Succulents have grown trendier by the year and are the perfect decorative addition to any home, garden, or office space. The diverse group of plants comes in a variety of colors, shapes, and sizes and requires such minimal care that they’re sure to thrive in whatever...

Bringing the Butterflies to You

Bringing the Butterflies to You

Gardens are innately a beautiful thing to behold, but a garden with butterflies? That’s just heavenly! Contrary to what you may think, gardening for the purpose of attracting butterflies is not difficult at all. Effective butterfly gardens don’t require a large amount...

Stop and Smell the Roses

Stop and Smell the Roses

Happy spring! We love our roses here in northeast Florida because they give us beautiful blooms all year round. Right now, we have Fortuniana rootstock roses in our Garden Center, and they are especially amazing – not to mention, hard to find! Something else we have...

When to Prune What

When to Prune What

Spring is upon us, which means it’s an important time of year for our landscapes; especially because it’s pruning season! Pruning your plants at the proper time of year is essential to their overall health and longevity. Although pruning at the wrong time of year...

Protecting Plants in Cold Weather & Start Planning for Spring

Protecting Plants in Cold Weather & Start Planning for Spring

This time of year, many people are busy making New Year’s Resolutions as they look to the New Year for a fresh start. Aside from creating a healthier lifestyle, one of the most popular resolutions people set each year is to improve their home, including their...

Care for Christmas Trees

Care for Christmas Trees

A Christmas tree can be a beautiful home accessory, while also serving as a decorative centerpiece for the holiday season! However, considering how short-lived a cut tree is, supplying the bottom of the cut tree with fresh water can help slow down the drying process...

Garden Clean-Up & Keeping Weeds Out of Shrub Beds

Garden Clean-Up & Keeping Weeds Out of Shrub Beds

When you water and fertilize your shrub beds, you also make the soil more welcoming to invasive weeds. Weed growth in landscape beds can also happen due to heavy rain fall. Weeds not only make your landscape look messy, but they also steal nutrients from the plants...

Fall Vegetable Gardening

Fall Vegetable Gardening

October is the best time of year for many home vegetable gardeners in North Florida! It’s the beginning of our cool weather planting season for much of the state, and the time we get to plant some of our favorite vegetables. We think it’s safe to say that a vegetable...