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Pruning Trees in Miami this February

February represents the perfect time for some “winter” pruning in the South Florida area. This is the time when your garden and landscape is at its most dormant period. For this reason, get ready for pruning trees in Miami, at least the ones you couldn’t get done during autumn.

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Protect Your Plants in the Cold Season with Wintertime Tropical Plant Care

Many homeowners that remain unfamiliar with tropical plant care wonder how to protect these beautiful plants when temperatures turn cold. Unfortunately, even in South Florida, our winter season gets just cold enough to affect plants and other greenery negatively.

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Prepare Your Lawn for the Winter Weather

Even in a warm climate like South Florida, it isn’t uncommon for our landscaping to fall by the wayside as temperatures begin to drop. We may not contend with snow-covered, frosted ground like our friends in the north, but many Floridians abstain from spending time outside when the climates reach the sub-50’s.

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Basic Lawn Tips to Improve Your Landscape

We all know a healthy lawn when we see it. Truly healthy, lush grass almost looks like carpet, just waiting for someone in bare feet to go running across it. Unfortunately, not everyone’s lawn looks like this.

To achieve the perfect lawn, you need to think about some basic lawn tips. This will include understanding what a lawn needs: sun, water, and fertilizer. Once you understand these, you have the basics covered, and it’s easy to show the world your incredible expanse of greenery! Frank’s Lawn & Tree Service can help you get started with these basic lawn tips!

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Greener Alternatives to Throwing Out Your Christmas Tree

The New Year is upon us, and as we sit looking at our Christmas tree in all of its glory, it may begin to look a little bit sad. The gifts no longer remain, and the tree is probably looking a little bare. This is the time when we start thinking about taking the tree down.

Unfortunately, this also means we must decide precisely what to do with the old tree. Your friends from Frank’s Lawn & Tree Service want to share some of our ideas concerning what you can do with your old tree.

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In Florida, our landscape doesn’t suffer from the enduring winter season like many other areas of the country. Nevertheless, healthy grass is an amazing gift that several homeowners take for granted. There isn’t anything that compares to spending time with family and friends on a beautiful, lush expanse of greenery. Our lawns provide a way we can appreciate nature without ever leaving our property.

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Make Sure Your Trees Look Their Best This Holiday Season!

Many people in Florida think that late Spring and Summer represent the ideal time to plant or prune. However, these individuals are wrong, for most plants anyway. The best time of year for tree trimming is actually in the winter.

Many plants and trees shed their leaves before the arrival of the cold. Without these old leaves in place, it is much easier and more efficient to analyze precisely where to cut. Many plant species additional enter a dormancy phase during the cold season.

 

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Hanging Lights on Your Outdoor Landscaping

Driving around to different neighborhoods to check out their decorated homes and outdoor landscaping remains a favorite pastime of the team from Frank’s Lawn & Tree Service. Although Christmas lights remain stunning and beautiful for countless viewers, they may pose a threat to your landscape!

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holiday front yard landscapingEnsuring Your Front Yard Landscaping is Tasteful this Holiday Season

When you think about beautiful lawns during the Holiday season, you will understand that a fine line exists between delightful and tacky front yard landscaping and decoration. Many homeowners, unfortunately, cross this line too frequently due to their sheer holiday exuberance.

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