Three Florida-Friendly Bulbs To Plant In The Spring For Summer Color
14 April 2017
While you can't grow familiar cold-climate bulbs, such as tulips and daffodils, in Florida, you can grow many bulbs to brighten up your perennial garden. Plant these three bulbs in spring for a burst of color during the hot, sweltering Florida summers.
African Blood Lily
The African Blood Lily (Scadoxus) is a member of the Amaryllis family that produces striking 10-inch globes of red flowers. Plant scadoxus bulbs in April in humus-rich soil with the necks slightly above the soil surface.
Keeping Wildlife Out Of Your Yard? 3 Landscaping Features To Consider
7 April 2017
Enjoying your backyard year-round can be tough if you have persistent wildlife that keeps returning. While watching birds or rabbits in your yard can be nice, it can also be frustrating if you're trying to grow food or you simply want your yard to be free of any mess that animals can make. In order for the landscaping in your yard to look great, while also preventing most wildlife from getting in, you should take your time to look into what kinds of projects can be done to ensure that this gets taken care of.
Choosing A Home Your Future Kids Will Love
30 March 2017
Looking at homes for sale is tricky enough when you need to consider the needs and wants of both yourself and your partner. Throw future children into the mix, and it becomes even more of a challenge to plan out a home that everyone will love. But there are certain home features that you can look for in homes for sale that your future kids are guaranteed to love. Here are some tips on home shopping with the goal of starting a family.
First 3 Things To Do In Your Yard This Spring
22 March 2017
If you live somewhere that is already getting nice weather, you can get a jumpstart on your spring yard work. If you live somewhere where it is still snowing, once the snow melts away and spring officially starts, here are the first three things you need to do in your yard.
#1 Clean Up From Winter
Most people do not spend a lot of time in their yards during the winter.