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How Potting Soil Keeps Your Indoor Plants Thriving

Have you noticed the trend toward indoor planting? From preparing for hurricanes, getting busy, and absent-mindedly leaving plants indoors to the increasingly popular potted succulents, there’s no doubt that indoor plants are on the rise. But how do we care for them well? Soil is the medium of life for plants! It’s important to remember […]

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How Mulch Protects Your Soil From Winter Frost

You may be wondering if it’s necessary to mulch in the winter in North Florida. The short answer is yes — even Floridians are not immune from winter frost. Winter mulching is helpful in combatting soil from freezing. As seasoned experts in mulching, we take this preparation process seriously. Gainesville averages 16 days of freezing […]

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A Beginner’s Guide to Composting

Compost is the product of naturally decomposing organic matter. Spreading nutrient-rich compost over topsoil facilitates healthy plant growth by depositing a wealth of nutrients into the top 2 to 8 inches of soil. This overview of composting serves to give gardeners a leg up when it comes to improving their soil’s fertility in an environmentally-friendly […]

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Playground Mulch: Our Recommendations for North Central Florida

Summer’s here. The days are longer (and hotter). The kids are out of school. Now is the perfect time to resurface your playground. But, what is the best option? In this article, we discuss the best surfacing options for playgrounds in Florida, a few reasons you should consider organic wood mulch, and our top recommendations. […]

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