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Cool Season Fruits & Veggies to Plant Now

August 24, 2020 |

Cooler days are on their way, and so is your productive cool-season crop! Plant these fruits and vegetables now for a harvest within only a couple months.

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Our Favorite Tropical Houseplants

August 17, 2020 |

Create a tropical oasis in your very own home with these houseplants!

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6 Colorful Cacti For Indoors And Out

August 10, 2020 |

With distinctive texture and high-impact blossoms, these colorful cacti will make a statement in the garden or on your windowsill.

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Gorgeous Garden Fountain Inspirations For 2020

August 4, 2020 |

Adding a fountain into the landscape instantly elevates it to a whole new level of beauty. Create a picture-perfect scene with one of these modern fountain ideas!

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Fun Ideas For Your Late Summer Containers

July 28, 2020 |

Summer is all about outdoor entertaining, and these show stopping summer planters will set the scene perfectly!

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5 Low-Maintenance Summer Plants For Southern Florida

July 20, 2020 |

Is your garden looking a little lifeless now that the spring blooms have faded? Add a burst of color with these gorgeous annuals requiring little-to-no upkeep!

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7 Summer Gardening Tips For Fort Lauderdale

July 13, 2020 |

Anyone who has experienced a SoFlo summer can agree that the heat can get a little extreme, so it’s no surprise that our plants need some extra care from June until September.

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Replacing Lawn with Groundcovers

July 6, 2020 |

Want to spend more time enjoying your beautiful yard and less time watering, mowing, and maintaining it? Then replace your lawn with groundcovers!

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Caring For Crape Myrtles: Our Expert Tips

June 29, 2020 |

Wait! Before you grab that pruning saw, there are a few things you absolutely need to know about crape myrtle care.

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How To Protect Plants From Heat Waves And Hurricanes

June 22, 2020 |

They don’t make windbreaker jackets for garden plants, so we have to get crafty when it comes to protecting our gardens from extreme weather.

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