1. Preparing Your Yard For The Fall

    Winter is coming. Well, to be a little more accurate, fall is coming — and fast! If you’re not a fan of the scorching summer temperatures, take comfort in the fact that fall’s relatively cool weather will soon be settling in. Perhaps you’ve noticed the sun start to set a little bit earlier day by day, or you’re starting to take note of the brilliant color change of the trees. Whether or …Read More

  2. The Grass Is Always Greener: Keeping Your Grass Lean, Mean, and Green

    What good is a landscaping blog without a proverbial post about keeping your grass green? There are many elements to a well-designed and aesthetically pleasing yard, but there’s just something about a patch of perfectly green, healthy grass that draws in the human eye. It’s not uncommon for neighbors in an affluent subdivision to have passive-aggressive contests to see who can grow the greenes…Read More

  3. How To Improve Your Home’s Curb Appeal

    Though you spend the vast majority of your time at home being inside of it, that doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t care about how your home looks from the outside. Your home is a reflection of who you are. If you run a business from your house or you own a small business and rent out a unit of space, keeping things looking nice and tidy from the outside matters even more. All things considered, …Read More

  4. The Benefits Of Having a Well-Maintained Yard

    We’re going to start this blog post with a fact: having a nice, good-looking yard is...well, nice. Okay, maybe that’s our biased opinion as residential and commercial landscapers in Gainesville. Even if that’s actually not a fact, it’s not like anyone has looked at a well-designed, lush yard with disdain — at least, we hope not! Create A Welcoming Space With Commercial Landscaping In Gai…Read More

  5. Welcome To Our Blog!

    If you’ve spent any time living in a residential area, at some point or another, you’ve probably looked at someone’s yard and thought, “Wow, that looks really well-maintained. I wish I had a yard like that!” The appeal of neatly trimmed, carefully designed yard is hard to explain, but whatever it is, there’s no doubt in our minds that a yard well done is nothing shy of satisfying. Last…Read More

  6. Poisonous Plants

    I have been asked from time to time if the landscape at a home is poisonous for their pets. You would be surprised to know there are many popular plants in Gainesville, Florida that are extremely dangerous for cats and dogs. I am going to tell you about a few that are quite popular in our area that are extremely dangerous, so you can ensure the safety of your pet. Sago Palm The Sago Palm is part o…Read More

  7. Fruit Thinning

    Unsure of how to increase the production of your fruit tree? If you are in the Gainesville, Florida area, you are in luck because we can help! If you are not local, or simply would like to do your own thinning, here is some helpful information for you: Some types of fruit trees produce more fruit than the tree can actually support. Not only does the tree struggle to support the weight of the fruit…Read More

  8. Cycad Scale

    I have been asked by many Gainesville lawn care customers about white stuff being on their Sago Palms. It has been described to me as almost like snow that just takes over the plant, and tends scaleto build up on the bottom areas of the fronds. Most people think that this is a disease or a fungus, but this is actually a pest called the Cycad Scale or Aulacaspis Scale, also known as (Aulacaspis Yas…Read More

  9. Crape Murder

    During this time of year we are experiencing many landscaping “crimes”. I see it all over Gainesville, Florida. In our neighborhoods, local businesses, and even on city and county properties. Many people have unfortunately turned the other way or just do not realize it is even happening. This is a major pet peeve of mine, and hopefully after reading this blog you may be able to help reduce thi…Read More