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Feb 23, 2021

Plant Library

Did you know you can “shop” from home on our website? Although we are not set up for online shopping you can browse our Plant Library to see different types of Palms, Trees, Shrubs, Flowers that may interest you. Keep in mind that not all these plants would necessarily be available at all times.  Simply […]

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Feb 15, 2021

Lawn Maintenance & Calendar

Want to take care of your own lawn? Where do you start? The VerdeGo Lawn Calendar was designed to supply your turf with the products it needs at the time your turf needs it most.  Staying one step ahead of insects and disease while supplying the proper amount of nutrients is key to having a […]

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Feb 01, 2021

Can You Trim Right Now?

Not sure if you can trim right now? If you can- what? Deciduous trees (like elms and crape myrtles) and some shrubs may be pruned now with some exceptions such as azaleas, gardenias and hydrangeas and any other spring bloomers. Trim camellias only if they are done blooming. Reshape your hedges now as there will […]

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Jan 25, 2021

Mulch Calculator

Need Mulch or Rock but have no idea how much you need? You’re not alone. We make it easy for you on our website! Simply measure your areas and put them into our “calculator” and it will give you how much you require in both bags or bulk! Click here to use the Calculator!

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Dec 28, 2020

What to Do or NOT to Do Post Freeze

What to Do or NOT to Do Post Freeze Winter arrived this week as we had a couple of very cold nights! Hopefully, most of you heeded the warnings and covered your sensitive plants to prevent severe damage. However, in the next day or so, you may notice the leaves of some plants turning brown […]

Plant of the Week: Panama Rose Featured Image
Dec 07, 2020

Plant of the Week: Panama Rose

Panama Rose is a lovely semi-tropical perennial. Panama Rose, sometimes called Bush Pentas, is originally from Mexico. It is a shrub (up to 5 ft in height) with bright-pink, star-shaped flowers in clusters. Panama Rose blooms November through early summer with scattered blooms the rest of the year. The flowers attract butterflies with nectar when […]

Plant of the Week: Firespike Featured Image
Nov 30, 2020

Plant of the Week: Firespike

Firespike is an herbaceous perennial growing to about 4 feet tall with an upright habit which has naturalized in Florida. The shiny, dark green leaves of this plant reach a length of 7 to 8 inches. Firespike may be placed in a large bed of perennials or mass planted. In full sun the bright red […]

Plant of the Week: Ligustrum Sunshine Featured Image
Nov 09, 2020

Plant of the Week: Ligustrum Sunshine

Sunshine ligustrum has a brilliant yellow foliage that flourishes in the full sun. It requires at least 5-6 hours of sunshine to maintain the brilliant color otherwise it will be a pale green. Sunshine Ligustrum can stand up to the cold of the winter as well as the heat of the summer. Unlike the green […]

Plant of the Week: Anise Featured Image
Oct 26, 2020

Plant of the Week: Anise

Anise is a rapidly growing, large, evergreen, Florida native shrub that has medium- to coarse-textured, olive green, leathery leaves, and small, yellow flowers. The many, slender, drooping branches of anise give a rounded, open canopy in the shade that is ideal for natural settings, or it can be pruned into dense hedges, screens, or windbreaks […]

Plant of the Week: Camellias Featured Image
Oct 19, 2020

Plant of the Week: Camellias

If you are not familiar with Camellias you should make a point of checking them out! They have the most breathtaking array of flowers in many shapes and colors and the best part is they are blooming NOW when most things are partly dormant! There are two varieties of camellias- specifically: Camellia Sasanqua Generally the […]