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It's Summer Time

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It's summer time ..Let's make your grass green and your lancaping colorful ,We love to to play with the color's at this time of year ,Even though it's hot we love to make things nice and beautiful this time of year .We have our own landscape divison on hand .if you need service just give us a call , 850-508-7951   
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Enjoy Your Lawn!

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Today is April 24, 2017 and most of us received a very nice, and needed, rain shower last night.  Our area certainly needs the rain.  April is one of the driest months in the year for this area, so check on your lawn and shrubs to make sure they are receiving adequate water for optimal growth.Now is the time to apply an application of weed and feed to your lawn.  In case you didn't know, we can do this for you.  Give us a call, 850-508-7951, and we will put your lawn on the schedule for service....
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April showers bring May flowers

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A guide to April lawn activities
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Spring is here and the heat has begun

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Weather, water, and what to do in your lawn and garden in April.
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Getting Your Yard Ready for Spring

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Florida winter is over, which means it's time to start thinking about spring home improvements. Winter weather can leave your grass, shrubs and trees weak and hungry. Especially months after lying dormant, because of cold temperatures. Here are some simple tips from your TLL team to get your yard looking healthy for that spring time bloom. 1. Let TLL Clean:The first step it to prep your lawn by cleaning up leaves, twigs, and other debris that have gathered over the last few months. Rakes work, b...
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Rye grasses are the most widely grown cool- season grasses in the world. They have numerous agronomic qualities. They establish rapidly, have a long growing season, are high yielding under favorable environments when supplied with adequate nutrients, and possess high nutrient contents. Rye grasses grow best on fertile, well-drained soils, but can also grow on soils that are extremely wet at certain times of the year. They are heavy users of water, so be sure to keep your lawn watered well. Even ...
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How to Prevent Erosion in your Yard

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Is your yard on a slope? Then topsoil erosion is likely a problem. Ground deterioration can be caused by rainfall and wind traveling down the incline in your yard. Signs of erosion include exposed roots, gutted out areas on the lawn, or puddles of swampy sections. Fortunately, there are several methods to prevent this from happening. Make sure to assess the problem carefully before deciding on the solution. Prevention begins with control methods that are determined by the depth and severity of t...
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How to Care for a Christmas Tree

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When you choose to decorate your home with a real Christmas tree, there are steps you can take to keep the tree green, healthy and safe throughout the holiday season. If you like the scent of a Christmas tree, because let's face it who doesn't, then you need to take care of it at the source. It's important to know how to appropriately choose and care for your tree so that it can last longer and you can be more environmentally conscience. Part 1: Picking a good tree:Choose a healthy tree. If at a...
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Preparing your Garden for Winter

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Putting the garden to bed for the winter is mostly a matter of cleaning up and covering up. As fall progresses and temperatures drop, those plants that aren't killed outright by frost, prepare for dormancy. Clear out the blackened stems and foliage of annual flowers and vegetables to prevent the possibility of their harboring disease pathogens and insect eggs over the winter. The cool weather is a good time to make a cold frame, dig and box in raised beds, and make general repairs. While it appe...
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Poinsettia Care

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      How do you take care of poinsettias? Very carefully. These finicky short-day plants require special attention for their specific growing needs in order to retain their Christmas blooms. However, with proper care, your holiday poinsettia should continue to put out blooms, or at the very least, remain attractive for weeks after. Holiday Poinsettia Plant Care    Poinsettia care begins with proper light, water, and temperature conditions. During the holidays, while in full bloom, they typicall...
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