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  • Hydrangeas- When to Prune?

    Nov 13

    Hydrangeas in Florida In Central Florida its always a question whether we can grow them or not. Our soils are mostly calcareous which is more basic. The famous blue or pink colors arise from the pH of the soil. So if you have acidic soils they are more blue and ...

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  • Hiring an Arborist

    Nov 13

    Hiring an Aborist- Is it Worth it? My experience as an arborist working in different states in the country has opened my eyes in seeing tree care through my client’s perspective. Up North like Chicago and Northeast where larger trees are more prevalent it is customary to have a ...

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  • What is Killing My Avocado Tree?

    Nov 13

    What is Killing My Avocado Tree? New Disease Alert- Laurel Wilt Avocados for years have thrived in Central Florida and until recently were disease free. Easy to grow with variety of cold resistant cultivars, avocados have been enjoyed as a home grown edible fruit for generations. Laurel Wilt Disease Symptoms ...

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  • Why Is My Tree In Decline?

    Nov 13

    Sometimes the problem with exactly knowing “what happened to my tree?” and potentially why a tree goes into decline is not easy to determine. Often an arborist has to play detective asking the tree owner the history of the tree. If the owner has not been there since ...

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