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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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Make Your Landscape HGTV Worthy With These Concrete Curbing Ideas

Concrete edging can revamp your property's landscape. For long-lasting edging with several design options, concrete is the only way to go. With so many options to choose from like river-effect, raised planter bed, and stamped concrete curbing, you are sure to find the perfect option to suit the shape and overall design of your yard or garden.

The reason concrete is such a popular building material is because of its durability and versatility. Your landscape design is sure to last for years to come with minimal maintenance when you choose concrete. No matter the style of concrete edging you choose, our team at Three Seasons is here to make your dream landscape a reality.


Types of Concrete Curbing

There are many types of concrete curbing that boost the visual appeal of your property's landscape. Some of the most popular concrete curbing types are:

Flower Bed Curbing

Flower bed edging is one of the simplest and most common types of concrete edging. It consists of plain concrete blocks arranged around a flowerbed next to a house or in your yard. You can also use flower bed edging around trees or garden features in your yard to add structure and make...

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Keep It Local: Landscaping with Native Plants

Native plants are plants that have been growing in an area for hundreds of years without human intervention. They are often low maintenance and suited for the conditions in which they are already thriving. For Floridians, this means plants that actually like the hot, sticky weather of Florida and the crazy weather fluctuations that can occur.

Three Seasons offers a wide variety of plants local to Palmetto, Parrish, Bradenton and the surrounding Florida areas. If you are looking for minimal maintenance, a natural-looking landscape, native plants are the answer.


What does "native" actually mean?

By most definitions, plant experts describe native plants as those that have existed since pre-colonial times. The term ‘non-native’ refers to plants that have been introduced from other regions or countries.

Most non-native plant species are not a problem, and some are considered beneficial, but native plants are generally considered well adapted to their environment and can handle the natural seasonal cycles of resources, like the rainy season in Central Florida.


Why should I purchase native plants?

Native plants have had...

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3 Landscaping Trends You Should Consider Trying in 2020

As we enter the new year, you should consider changing up the look of your landscape. If you want to stay on top of the latest landscaping trends, consider these 3 ideas you can incorporate into your property in 2020.

We can help you update your landscaping for 2020 in areas such as Palmetto, Bradenton, Parrish with these new trends so you can stand out in your neighborhood and work toward an environmentally-friendly landscape.


1) Invite frogs into your yard in 2020.

If you notice that your landscape is lacking in natural creatures, it may not be in its healthiest state. Aim to create a frog-friendly space for your yard in 2020. By inviting frogs into your yard, you are promoting the health of the environment. According to the 2020 Garden Trends Report, 1 in 3 of all amphibians are threatened. If your yard space has an inviting space for frogs, you are protecting those in your area from pollution, pesticide use, and other human threats.

Frogs also serve as an effective way to keep pests at bay. Frogs target pests like beetles, slugs, and mosquitoes. If your landscape is susceptible to these kinds of pests, you may benefit from making your...

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