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Picking the Perfect Palm Tree for Your Landscape Can Be a Challenge. Check Out These 4 Options!

Palm trees are a staple in every landscape in Florida. However, picking the perfect palm tree can be a challenge with all the attractive options out there. We've found four outstanding palm trees that will all make good additions to your landscape: sabal palm, foxtail palm, queen palm, and the adonidia palm (also known as the Christmas palm).Continue reading to learn more about these palms so you can determine which ones you would like to add to your landscape.


1. Sabal Palm

Sabal palm trees planted in Anna Maria, FL.

The sabal palm, Florida's state tree, is native to the state. It's also called cabbage palm because the tree's immature leaves are edible and taste like cabbage. The sabal palm is a towering beauty that can grow up to 80 feet high. It has known for its curved and fan-shaped leaves. In the spring months, it can grow thousands of tiny, white flowers that are known to attract bees.

Sabal palm thrives in full sun and tolerates some shade. Whether the soil on your property is clay, loamy, or sandy, this palm tree will grow as long as there is good soil drainage.


2. Foxtail Palm

Foxtail palm trees installed for property in Holmes Beach, FL.

An Australian native, the foxtail palm is applauded for its outstanding adaptability to...

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4 Decorative Outdoor Lighting Techniques for Your Property

Your well-planned landscape design can bask in the glory of the sun all day, but it can drown in darkness once the sun has set. Installing outdoor lights will illuminate the exterior of your property at night and showcase the stunning features you have. You can display different elements like statues, trees, and fountains at night through landscape lighting techniques like highlighting, silhouette lighting, moonlighting, and accent lighting. Besides beautifying your property at night, outdoor lighting also increases safety on your property. Keep reading to learn more about these outdoor lighting techniques and how you can apply them to your landscape.


1. Highlighting

Highlighting light technique used in landscape bed in Anna Maria, FL.

Outdoor lighting is a great way to showcase your landscape features even at night. One lighting technique that does that is highlighting. It involves placing a lighting fixture at the base of a landscape feature, like trees, statues, fountains, and your favorite plants. You can tweak the effect a little more by adjusting the angle and adding more lights to illuminate the feature better.

You can also use different colors with this technique to evoke different moods. Green lights will highlight the...

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Which One Serves As a Better Ground Cover - Mulch or Rock?

Installing ground cover in your landscape beds is not merely for aesthetic purposes, although it's undeniable how it adds interest and color to your property. You can get either mulch or rock as a ground cover, both of which are great options. Both of these options can protect your soil from erosion, prevent weeds from growing, and regulate soil temperature. Both mulch and rock come in different colors, so you don't have to worry much about the aesthetics of your ground cover. Keep reading to learn more about their benefits to help you decide what ground cover you should get for your landscape beds.


Benefits of Mulch Include Soil Erosion Protection, Weed Growth Prevention, & More

Mulch being spread throughout a lawn bed in Bradenton, FL.

Mulch is an excellent choice for ground cover as it provides the following benefits:

  • Soil erosion protection - Mulch is laid on the soil surface, therefore becoming a barrier to protect the exposed soil. It helps stabilize the soil, which is especially important during heavy rainfall when runoff can quickly erode the soil.
  • Weed growth prevention - It also blocks sunlight, one of the primary nutrients weeds need to grow. By depriving them of this, weeds will have a...
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Our Top 5 Plants Many Clients Request for Their Landscaping

We provide quality landscaping services include providing our clients with various plant options for their outdoor areas. We have many different types of flowers, shrubs, and trees for our clients to choose from to improve their landscapes. Here are a few facts about the top 5 plants requested by our clients.


1. Red Ti Plant

Red Ti plants at a property in Bradenton, Florida.

The Red Ti plant may also be known by its scientific name, Cordyline Fruticosa. This beautiful plant adds life and color to any landscape with its attractive purple and red foliage. One of the reasons homeowners love the red ti plant is that it stays a brilliant hue year-round. Some cultures plant the red ti to bring good luck, giving it a third nickname: the “good luck plant.” Some tips for the red ti plant include:

  • The Red Ti plant should be planted in areas around your property with partial sun or partial or high shaded areas.

  • For proper growth, keep the Red Ti well watered, but do not overwater. This plant can only withstand brief periods of drought.

  • If the leaf edges begin to discolor, the water may contain too much fluoride or too much fertilizer was administered to the plant.


2. Croton Gold Dust

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Spring Is in the Air! It’s Time to Refresh Your Mulch

Mulch is an essential component of any garden—even more so here in heat of Palmetto, Florida. It not only prevents weeds but also helps retain soil moisture and nutrients. Mulch is a great way to personalize your property with all of the different options of materials and colors. You could use the typical wood and bark options for your landscape beds, or you can get creative and use shells to match your landscape!

No matter the material you have chosen, you should be refreshing your mulch annually. Refreshed mulch not only increases your curb appeal, but it also ensures that the plants in your landscape beds are getting the greatest amount of benefits from your mulch such as moisture retention and weed prevention. Continue reading below to find out why refreshing mulch is so important and why you should be doing it as part of your spring cleaning!


To maintain your landscaping your mulch should be refreshed annually.

Mulch is one of those landscape additions that you think of as having extremely low maintenance requirements. While this is absolutely true, you still want to make sure that you are at least refreshing it annually. Over...

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