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Emily Durgan

Winter Skipped Florida: What That Means for Your Landscape

  It's easy to imagine you chortling as the word is uttered. "Winter?" you ask. "What's that?" Indeed, while people in other states lament the endless days of gray and rain, Floridians of ten beg to know when the blistering heat will fade. Couple that with the warm winter we had this 2016-2017 season and many of us wonder how our landscapes will fare. 

How to Use Color Theory in Landscape Design

Contemporary landscape design is a whirlwind of color. Its hues can be integrated into the...

Have you Fallen for One of These Landscaping Myths?

When it comes to landscaping, there's an abundance of myths that can make your head swim and your...

5 New Year's Resolutions for Your Backyard & Your Peace of Mind

While January garners all the fame for New Year's resolutions, February often winds up the bad guy....

9 Free (or Nearly Free) Things to Create a New Backyard Play Space

The backdrop for many childhood memories is rooted in the outdoors. Aside from the pesky...

Beyond the Bright: Subtle Ways to Decorate Your Landscape for the Holidays

In 2014, the average consumer in the United States spent, on average, $55 on holiday decorations....

Now is the Time to Plan Your Winter or Spring Landscaping Projects

Our mild Northwest Florida fall and winter climate makes it possible for property owners to enjoy a...

Cooler Temperatures Increase the Potential for Large Patch Turf Fungus

As Northwest Florida temperatures finally start to moderate during the middle of Fall, we face the...

3 Tips to Maintain Outdoor Lighting Energy Efficiency During Winter

The end of daylight savings time means we’ll experience earlier sunsets and later sunrises. For all...

Tips for Adjusting Your Landscape Irrigation System in Late Fall

Northwest Florida property owners rely on their underground irrigation systems to keep their lawns...
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