Green Island Ficus
Low maintenance landscaping. That is a key phrase that we hear most commonly when discussing landscape design and installations. When it comes to hedges, we have become quite fond of the Green Island Ficus.
Don’t let words ‘Ficus’ and ‘hedges’ in the same sentence fool you! read more →
While it has been reported that Giant African Land Snails are on the decline, they have not been entirely eradicated and can be a big problem. read more →
Debunking the Myths and Misconceptions about Tree and Palm Pruning
Aside from being a catchy headline, Lion’s Tail and Mohawk really do have a place in the ‘Terms You Should Know’ category for storm preparation. read more →
South Florida summers are hot and your plants know it. Nanak’s Landscaping team shares this checklist on how to keep your plants and landscape healthy and beautiful. read more →
Preventing Costly Insect Damage
Previously thought to be invulnerable to pests, diseases and drought, the Ficus (Ficus benjamina) was the customary plant for perimeter hedges. That was until the whitefly invaded. read more →
Garden Spotlight: Begonias
Begonias (genus Begonia) are flowering perennial herbs, shrubs or climbing plants with fleshy leaves and stems.
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