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July Baseball Blog

For the Adams family, baseball has always been a large part of our life. I played four years of little league in my youth. As I reached my early teens other interests soon took over and that was the end of my organized baseball career. However, there was always the occasional pick-up game in the neighborhood and I can remember having to answer for at least ...

Proper Care Of Newly Installed Sods

Sun or Shade In most cases the more sunshine the healthier the grass. Partial shade usually means less than perfect lawns. Heavy shade usually causes poor turf and no grass can survive in full shade. Irrigation System Before your new sod is installed it is imperative to make sure that your irrigation system is operating pro...

Spring is on its way

The official start of spring, according to The Old Farmer’s Almanac, is at 1:14 a.m. on March 20 for this year of 2012. I always look forward to the increased daylight, warming temperatures, and the rebirth of flora and fauna that comes with each spring. I just hope we have a prolonged, moderate season and it doesn’t jump into the 90’s too...

Warm Weather Annuals

Call Us for Seasonal Annuals Rotation! With the oncoming spring season it is a great time to add some color to the landscape. * Pictures ...

Italian Cypress

Of all the plants that we featured last year, both as specials and as a plant profile, the one that created the most attention and by far outpaced all the others in orlando lawn care sales was the Italian Cypress. Most of the sales were in multiples and discounts are available for 2 or more trees. This is such a versatile tree that we are going to start 2012 off with a reminder that we still have beautiful stock available in this tree, both in 15 gallon and 30 gallon sizes. Give our Orlando L...

Looking Forward

The month of January is past and so far no horrible freezes, as far as plant damage at least. It looks like some areas may have gotten a little more than others. This is not unusual. Just be sure to resist the temptation to start cutting back or trimming plants where there is damage until after February 15, at which time we are usually safe from further frost damage. If you cut back damaged plants now it can leave them vulnerable to further damage if we do happen to...

Orlando Putting Green Installation | Synthetic Putting Greens

Take a look at our latest Putting Green installation in Windermere: ...

Happy New Year

Here we are in the New Year of 2012. They say that ‘time flies when you are having fun’. I must have had a blast last year because 2011 certainly flew by way too fast. I am going to try to slow down some this year and maybe hold on to each moment a little longer. They become much more valuable as we age. Not complaining though. There are many great memories still in mind from last year, both business and personal, and looking forward to the same for 2012. We want to star...

Freeze Protection

**This is an article that Jason posted in December 2010. Even though we have made it through December so far without freezing temperatures, this article is still very timely and appropriate for the season. It details some plants that are particularly susceptible to freeze, tells you how to protect them, and even tells you what to do post freeze. This is a must read for every homeowner. Protecting Your Plants in a Freeze! It’s only mid-December and we&rsquo...


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