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Plant of the Week: Hibiscus Featured Image
Mar 30, 2020

Plant of the Week: Hibiscus

Plant of the Week: Hibiscus Hibiscus is the classic flower of the South! It is an outstanding plant that is much loved for its large bold flowers that bring the tropics to any landscape setting. It is an easy plant to grow if located in full sun and fertilized with slow release bloomer several times […]

Plant of the Week: Tibouchina Princess Flower Featured Image
Mar 23, 2020

Plant of the Week: Tibouchina Princess Flower

Plant of the Week: Tibouchina ‘Princess Flower’ Tibochina “Princess Flower” comes in two sizes- regular growth and dwarf. You will find the dwarf here primarily however it still will grow to about 3 feet by 3 feet. It is a stunning plant when blooming with a soft green foliage that surrounds brilliant purple flowers. It […]

Plant of the Week: Dipladenia Featured Image
Mar 16, 2020

Plant of the Week: Dipladenia

Plant of the Week: Dipladenia Dipladenia is a beautiful ornamental vine that can be enjoyed as a garden plant or a small vine. Although, technically a short growing vine, it makes a wonderful flowering planter or can be planted in the ground and just kept clipped from time to time. It is extremely tropical looking […]

Plant of the Week: Asiatic Jasmine Featured Image
Mar 08, 2020

Plant of the Week: Asiatic Jasmine

Feature Plant of the Week- Asiatic Jasmine Asiatic Jasmine is a wonderful ground cover that will fill in any areas that you either cannot get grass to grow in or any area requiring ground cover to keep weeds at bay. Although it takes a while to fill in, it does so quite densely eventually. It […]

Mar 06, 2020

Now Hiring: Crew Members

Now Hiring: Crew Members • Hiring at our Green Cove Springs and Bunnell location for Crew Members and Lead Crew Members. • Experience is preferred but not necessary. • Weekly Pay • Come and apply at either location: N. 6200 Fl-13, St. Augustine, FL 32092 or 3335 N. State St. Bunnell, FL 32110 MUST BRING […]

Plant of the Week: African Iris Featured Image
Mar 02, 2020

Plant of the Week: African Iris

Feature Plant of the Week- African Iris There are a couple of varieties of African Iris that are most commonly seen in our area- one is the White African Iris and the other is the Yellow African Iris. The white one is the most popular because, although it spreads wider, not to the degree that […]

Feb 29, 2020

Now Hiring: Office Manager

Career Opportunity Office Manager Are you interested in joining a rapidly growing organization that values its employees and clients? VerdeGo Landscaping is a company that is committed to building lifelong relationships with our clients, by fulfilling their landscape dreams through exceptional services, quality products, delivery, professional installation and maintenance. Our goal is to provide our […]

Plant of the Week: Podocarpus Featured Image
Feb 24, 2020

Plant of the Week: Podocarpus

Feature plant of the week- Podocarpus Podocarpus is a great multipurpose plant. It can be used to frame entrances, use in front of columns, or to cover large wall areas between windows. It provides excellent screening in narrow areas and it is a plant that shears well and can be rounded or boxed for an […]

Plant of the Week: Loropetalum Featured Image
Feb 17, 2020

Plant of the Week: Loropetalum

There are a number of varieties of Loropetalum, however, the main distinquishing feature of this plant is the burgundy colored foliage with “Fringe” type pink flowers. Loropetalum Plum is one of the more common varieties that grows about 3-4 feet high and wide. Flowering is heaviest in spring and winter but sporadic flowers are likely […]

Plant of the Week: Juniper Parsoni Featured Image
Feb 10, 2020

Plant of the Week: Juniper Parsoni

Juniper ‘Parsoni’ For an ultimate easy care plant, junipers can’t be beat. They are slow growing, cold hardy, salt tolerant and deer resistant! Parsoni Juniper can grow 3’-4’ high and wide over time, however can be kept clipped. The compact habit of this plant does not grow out-of-bounds, nor will it become too leggy if […]