Tropical Garden Design Miami

Tropical Garden Design Miami

Tropical Garden Design-South Florida Style   South Florida sits  25° 46' 26" N / 80° 11' 38" W.  That's tropics baby. Hot and humid during the summer, breezy and temperate during the fall/winter. A tropical climate that's perfect for sun...

Landscape ideas for your South Florida front yard

Landscape ideas for your South Florida front yard

10 Landscape Ideas for your South Florida front yard 1. Mediterranean Garden Meandering brick paths accented with juniper, topiary balls, Italian cypress and Greek statues. 2. Tropical Paradise . Beautiful fuschia colored bougainvillea, foxtail palms and decorative...

Garden ideas for the fall

Garden ideas for the fall

Garden ideas for the fall It's that time of year again. The time of year us South Floridians cherish the most, the Fall/Winter. With temps consistently in the 90's and humidity at 100%, I personally roasted this summer.  The mosquitos alone will drive a person...

How to choose a Top Landscape Designer in Miami

How to choose a Top Landscape Designer in Miami

Top Landscape Designer ~ How should you choose your designer? When looking to design your landscape, begin with the right designer. Landscape design greatly increases both the beauty and the value of your home.  Far from an extra, a gorgeous landscape is the...

Grow Herbs in South Florida, Miami? Yes!!!

Grow Herbs in South Florida, Miami? Yes!!!

It's easy to grow herbs in South Florida   Growing Herbs is Easy! Wanting to grow herbs in Miami, South Florida? We'll it's easy, super easy. Unlike most of America, Miami has a year long growing season, meaning we can grow herbs all year long!...

Best Landscape Design for Miami, South Florida?

Best Landscape Design for Miami, South Florida?

Let's talk about the best landscape design options for you.  Choosing the best landscape design for your Miami, South Florida home sometimes can be tricky. There are many design elements and variables to sort through, it's easy to see why a...

Banana Fun Facts for Edible Landscaping

Banana Fun Facts for Edible Landscaping

Banana Fun Facts for Edible Landscaping 1. A banana is an edible fruit produced by several kinds of large herbaceous florwering plantsi in the genus Musa.   2. The majority of the bananas grown these days are a clone of one another originating...

Return of the Victory Garden

Return of the Victory Garden

Return of the Victory Garden The Victory Garden movement of WWI & II, and The Great Depression encouraged nearly 20 million Americans to plant fruits and vegetables in backyard gardens, empty lots, on roof tops, in neighborhood parks, and on other public land...

Power of Plants

Power of Plants

Power of Plants Like many things in life, we don’t always see the forest for the trees, and losing appreciation for the plant life around us just happens.  We may begin to see our living landscapes as just utilitarian, aesthetic, or even invasive.  While our...

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