Dixie Diver Arbor Services

  1. Dixie Diver CompleteDixie Diver hired PALM to install palm trees at their new store. The palms needed to flank the store, giving it a great appearance for traffic, but not ruining visibility.
  2. Dixie Diver1Dixie Diver hired PALM to install palm trees at their new store. The difficulty of the installation was the proximity to US1, one of the county\'s busiest roads. PALM had to avoid blocking traffic.
  3. Arbor Services Dixie Diver part 3Dixie Diver hired PALM to install palm trees at their new store. PALM was hired for their expertise and of course lived up to their reputation by completing the installation within the time frame and budget allotted.

Dixie Diver needed arbor services at their new store and turned to PALM for help. The job was difficult due to the location and need to NOT interrupt traffic, but PALM completed the job within the allotted time frame and budget.

Landscaping to do list: September

Bougainvillea

Cut back for more flowers!

 

September is upon us and, as the weather changes across the rest of the country, South Florida will see little change in temperature and a slight increase in precipitation. So, the following are ways to prepare your landscaping for the last few days of summer:

1. Trim your trees. Technically this is something to do at the start of hurricane season, but I include it here just in case you haven’t already done it.

2. Trim back your woody plants. Your poinsettias and your bougainvilleas. Cut them back, give them a low-nitrogen fertilizer and you should see regrowth of flowering branches shortly.

3. Start your veggie planting! Now is a good time for many of the greens: spinach, broccoli, and snap peas as well as tomatoes and onions.

4. Lay mulch around any plants that are bare. Not only will it clean up your yard, but it also holds the moisture so that your plants and trees stay hydrated.

5. If you have a Christmas Cactus, start pulling back on the water. Throughout the month of September, slowly pull back on watering and in the beginning of October, the longer nights will dry it out completely, which produces new buds in time for the holiday season!

If you want more tips or have a landscaping question, please leave us a comment. If you live in a development, and wish the landscaping was better, give us a call: (954) 938-1999

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