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Eliminate “Black Sooty Mold” from your Plants

July 20th, 2012

Black sooty mold is a fungus that makes regular appearances in the Florida landscape, especially during the summer months. It will attack almost any plant, including ornamental shrubs and citrus trees. Infected leaves appear coated with a greasy black film that readily rubs away, revealing the healthy green leaf below. It spreads quickly from plant to […]

Tips for Tampa Plant Owners during Periods of Possible Frost

December 20th, 2010

Our company name is never more appropriate than during times when the Tampa Bay area is at risk of a frost or freeze.  Watch your local TV weather report and they will give very ample warning when the temperature has the potential to frost and take actions to protect your plants and trees.  In recent […]

Drought Tolerant Shrubs in Tampa, Brandon, Apollo Beach

November 28th, 2010

We always have customers coming into the nursery looking for what we refer to as drought tolerant plants.  They usually say they need to grow something in a heavy shade area, often with less than ideal soil.  The request has become a little more popular because of all the water restrictions in place around the Tampa […]