Author: Allynne Jones

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Oct 23, 2018

VIG Program

If you have been at Verdego Garden Center, you undoubtedly been asked if you would like to be a VIG and you may have seen it on our signage. What is VIG you ask? VIG stands for Very Important Gardener and it is a customer loyalty program that is designed to encourage our customers to […]

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Oct 13, 2018

Welcome to the New VG Blog!

Welcome to the Verdego Landscape Blog! On a weekly basis, look to our website and our Facebook page to follow along on a variety of short topics that will provide you with a host of information. The Blog will post plant profiles, examples of possible problems with landscape and ideas for landscaping, for example. We […]

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Oct 02, 2018

October 2018 Newsletter

Have you signed up to be a VIG Member and receive our FANTASTIC newsletters?? Check out a snippet of October’s below: Sign up for our newsletter – it’s FREE! Enter your info below!

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Oct 01, 2018

Encore Azaleas

Encore Azaleas (Patented) Encore Azaleas are relatively new arrival in Florida in the last couple of years, however a welcome one. Encore Azaleas are the only patented brand of azalea that will bloom in spring, summer and fall. There are over 31 varieties of Encore Azaleas with an equally impressive collection of colors. Most of […]

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Sep 29, 2018

Bees and Pest Control

Every piece of fruit is created because of a pollinator. There are 316 varieties of native bees in Florida and countless honeybees cultivated by beekeepers. Promote pollinators by installing a pollinator garden by leaving bare spaces for soil dwellers to make their homes, plant native flowers, provide water source and habitat and reduce the use […]

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Sep 01, 2018

Container Plantings

Container Plantings Container plantings provide a wealth of flexibility for gardeners. Love tropical plants but worry about the cold? Plant them in a container that you can bring in from the cold! Love a plant the deer will eat? Plant it in a container and put it inside your lanai or porch. Want some flowers […]