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How to Have an All-American Lawn Topic: Miscellaneous Articles
* Test soil to determine which nutrients are needed. Contact a local County Extension Office or nursery for testing information. * Feed lawns with a slow-release high nitrogen fertilizer about once every six weeks, beginning in the spring. * Fertilize in late fall to keep roots healthy during the winter. * Rake thatch (roots, dead leaf sheaths and rootstalks) in spring to allow mowed grass clippings to reach the soil. * Aerating the soil a couple times a season may be necessa...
Xeriscaping does not mean “Zeroscaping”... Topic: Miscellaneous Articles
The term Xeriscape (pronounced “zeer’-ih-scape”) comes from a combination of the Greek word "Xeros" meaning dry and "scape" as in "landscape". Some people mistakenly call it "zeroscape", because "xeriscape" is pronounced as if it begins with the letter “Z”. Xeriscaped landscaping in Florida does not mean tearing out the lawn and putting in rocks and desert plants such as cacti, euphorbia and agaves. Rather, properly approached, a xeriscaped landscape will allow you to use a wide variety of pl...
America's Top Ten Lawns Topic: Garden Tips
Some of America's most renowned public lawns reflect America's most enduring characteristics: power and influence, pride and competitive spirit, freedom and simplicity. For the third consecutive year, 10 outstanding green spaces have been named to the Briggs and Stratton Top Ten Lawns List:
Rose Care Basics Topic: Miscellaneous Articles
Roses have the reputation of being very hard to grow in Florida. The basics of rose care are: water, fertilize, treat for insects and diseases, and prune. For beautiful roses throughout the year, follow these tips:
Roses can be grown successfully in Florida Topic: Miscellaneous Articles
thanks to the Rosa fortuneana and Dr. Huey rootstocks. Grafting a rose onto these assures that the plant will thrive and prosper. Florida roses are grown in Florida specifically for Florida soil and climate. These roses are very resistant to nematode damage and well suited to the sandy soils of this state. The biggest mistake most Florida gardeners make is planting rose bushes that are field grown in climates very different from ours and budded on rootstocks which are not productive and do no...
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