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Have you thought about the opportunities a fire pit or fireplace could open up for your outdoor living area? Both offer a chance to entertain and gather well into the evening around a blazing fire with friends and family. Choosing between the two can pose a challenge for many people when determining what type of fire feature they want to invest their money into. Spend more time outdoors at night by installing a fire pit or fireplace in your Florida backyard in areas like Palmetto, Parrish, and Bradenton.
We analyze the pros and cons of both, highlighting the features of fire pits and fireplaces have to offer so that families can make the right decision for their property.
No matter which choice you ultimately make, Three Seasons offers customization on all fireplace and fire pit designs. The real question remains: what will be the purpose of your new feature?
Fire pits have a way of combining entertainment and fun in one large gathering. Fire pits are designed to fit large crowds of people; they easily accommodate 10-12 people around them. This allows plenty of space for...
Bromeliads are one of the most popular plants used indoors and outdoors in central Florida communities such as Palmetto, Parrish, and Bradenton. These tropical plants love environments of high humidity and temperatures that hang in the 70-80°F on a normal basis.
Bromeliads come in a variety of colors, require little maintenance, and are the perfect accent or focal point for your landscaping.
One of the best things about bromeliads is their rainbow of colors. They can range from having bright pink centers to all red leaves and striped foliage. Bromeliads come in a variety of species that are frequently planted in the ground on both commercial and residential properties, including:
You can find many of these species, and more, available at garden centers, such as Three Seasons's local Palmetto, Florida nursery, where you can buy native plants, get landscaping design assistance, and installation services.
Bromeliads are a great option for a focal point or ground...
Lawns are one of the places on your property that see the most usage, whether they are commercial or residential. Residential property lawns are where kids and pets play, families have friends over to grill out, and parents go to relax on a nice spring morning. Commercial properties like golf courses and tennis courts provide places for recreation.
Since lawns have so much usage and foot traffic, property owners may want to consider the pros and cons of using artificial turf and real grass.
Artificial turf was invented in the mid-1960s for domed athletic fields, as they didn’t receive enough sunlight to keep real grass growing. Since then, artificial turf has evolved and presents many different options for both residential and commercial use. The material is made from plastics and some is also made from recycled materials.
It’s installed with a few steps, which include:
In Florida, winter means an entirely different thing for your lawn compared to other areas of the country. For instance, lawn mowing and maintenance typically don't end; they just slow down or change in their patterns.
In areas such as Palmetto, Parrish, and Bradenton, FL, the turf will actually turn a brown color. While you may be quick to think the grass is dying, this is not the case. Florida turfgrass goes dormant naturally during the cooler months, as well as grows slower and is not as green.
Heed these suggestions when taking care of your lawn mowing and maintenance throughout the winter, so that your yard thrives in the spring!
In Florida, mowing is a year-round event. There is never a time that the grass is not growing at some measurable rate, as the temperatures do not fall as low as they do in the northern states. However, the combination of dry weather, cooler temperatures, and less frequent irrigation during the winter do slow down the growth of your turfgrass quite a bit.
Average lawns will need to maintain mowing once every two weeks. Some lawns may even go as...
Every year households around the nation can be seen with their festive holiday poinsettias on display. Even within our local communities of Palmetto, Parrish, and Bradenton, FL, poinsettias are easily the most popular holiday plants.
However, they are a tropical species and have been forced to bloom during a season where they typically do not thrive. Take time to understand your tropical plant and follow these tips to keep them in bloom through the holiday season!
Purchasing a poinsettia that is unhealthy from the start will make keeping it alive a huge struggle. Make sure your poinsettia is healthy and thriving from the moment, you bring it home. Check the lower foliage to make sure it is in good condition and the leaves have not started to go yellow. The more green colored leaves you have on the plant initially, the healthier start you have!
When you first bring your poinsettia home, make sure to remove the foil, take it out of the decorative pot, and give it a good drink of water. Once the water has drained, you can place your plant back into the...
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