Latest blog posts from our Palm Coast location. Check them out for upcoming happenings, seasonal plants & flowers, and more!
Irrigation systems are often set up when there is a very basic landscape in place. Frequently homeowners will install a palm later and if the irrigation system is watering their palm, then they are good. Many times, what is not taken into account, is, if the sprinkler head is hitting the palm trunk directly and […]
If you can’t seem to attract butterflies or hummingbirds to your garden- think about adding some plants and flowers that will attract them! For Butterflies try: Pentas, Plumbago, Milkweed, Salvia or Lantana (pictured below) For Hummingbirds try: Red Firecracker, Salvia, Coral Honeysuckle, Firebush, Shrimp Plant or Bottlebrush.
Rain, Rain, GO AWAY! We have had a huge amount of rain lately and while all living things need water, too much of a good thing is not great either! With the amount of rain we have been having, you probably don’t need to run your irrigation system at all right now. Monitor your plants […]
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 […]
The garden center is looking so good and refreshed! Click here to view some new pictures of our beautiful garden center!
The landscaping at the newly refurbished Holland Park is in and BEAUTIFUL! Click here to view the full gallery!
Springtime Care Tip: Spring is in full effect! If you haven’t already done so, be sure fertilize your Shrubs with 8-4-12 Nurserymen Sure Gro Fertilizer. It’s also time to fertilize your Citrus with 8-4-8 Fertilizer. Keep an eye out for bugs! Spray your Azaleas, Roses, Junipers and Cypress with Horticultural Oil to prevent insect infestation […]
The new citrus order has arrived including: Lemons, Limes, Oranges and Cocktail Trees! Stop by and check it out!
February is the month that action should be taken to prevent future problems. Spray Camellias, Junipers and Cypress plant material with a horticultural oil to prevent scale and mite infestation. Roses should be given a “rest” right now- they don’t go dormant in Florida so we must provide one : strip leaves off and trim […]
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