We all know how hard you’ve worked to have a beautiful landscape. Now how do you keep it thriving and surviving the summer heat? Check out our Top Tips for Summer … Read More
Top 5 Must-Do’s for May 2022!
May means Mom’s Day, graduations, and more BBQs and family holidays outside! May is also Mental Health Awareness Month. As gardeners, we know growing plants and being outdoors are necessary … Read More
July Garden Guide
Organic fertilizers such as Milorganite and Medina Growin Green are excellent fertilizers that feed plants and soil and are the best choice during hot, dry periods. Lay new sod anytime, and … Read More
Summer Bugs: To Treat or Not to Treat?
Webbing on tree bark, white stuff on plants, & what’s cutting circles in my leaves? Bark Lice: Good We get lots of calls about webbing on tree trunks this time … Read More
Beneficial Bugs to Safely Eliminate Pests!
Spring is here again, and as plants and flowers wake up, so do unwanted guests such as aphids and fleas. Some of the most effective ways to eliminate these pests … Read More
Army Worms In Your Lawn – You Can Treat…Or Not
Army worms are common every fall with little notice from homeowners. Rarely do they do much damage to lawns and plants but sometimes the weather is just right and they … Read More
JUNE BUGS EVERYWHERE!
Did you know grubworms come from June bugs? Many folks are reporting seeing June bugs all over the porch since the first of March. They are making their mating flight … Read More
St. Augustine Turf Grass: Varieties We Sell & Their Characteristics
Floratam Pro- Good drought tolerance, better disease tolerance, vigorous growth quick to heal damage and resist weeds Con- Less shade tolerant than some varieties, less tolerant of some weed killers, … Read More
Giving Thanks For a Family of Gardeners!
We have customers of all ages. Maybe two of our youngest gardeners, very active gardeners, are brother and sister Kai & Isla. Kai is a third grader and Isla a … Read More
Watch Out for Sod Webworms in Lawns
Have you noticed little white moths flying in the grass as you water? Perhaps a flock a birds pecking in the lawn? Both of these could be a sign of … Read More