Topsoil, Mulch, & Compost: What’s the Difference and How to Use Them
When landscaping your yard or setting up a new garden, it’s important to know how to use certain organic materials to get the most out of your plants. Three of the most commonly used materials are mulch, compost, and topsoil. Understanding the difference between this soil trio is essential, but even more important is knowing […]Read More
What Kind of Mulch is Best for Fruit Trees?
Perhaps the best way to ensure the success of a fruit tree is to mimic its natural environment. In nature, leaves and branches fall to the forest floor creating an organic mulch that provides numerous benefits to the growing tree. This mulch will protect the soil beneath the tree from drying out in the hot […]Read More
Best Surface for Florida Playgrounds: Our Recommendations | North Central Florida | IPEMA Certified Products
Summer’s here. The days are longer (and hotter). The kids are out of school. Now is the perfect time to resurface your playground.Read More
Summer Landscaping in North Central Florida: Mulch Matters
Even when not hitting record temperatures the hot summer sun in North Florida can be really tough on the plants in your landscape. That, paired with the heavy rain, can easily make summer in the southeast the hardest season for your plants. All hope is not lost, though, as there is a simple solution that keeps […]Read More