Landscaping in Naples, Fl

Landscaping in Naples, Fl   Please allow us to take this opportunity to familiarize you with our company. Our firm has been serving the Southwest Florida Area since 1978 and has completed many successful, award-winning projects throughout the South West Florida Area. We are a full service landscape contractor capable of handling all aspects of your landscape, irrigation […]

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Naples Sod Installation

Naples Sod Installation This is Goodwin Lawn Care giving the most popular sods that are installed in Naples, Fl   Floratam/St. Augustine Zoysia Bahia Bermuda • Most popular lawn choice • Shady, moderate traffic areas • Blade width 8 to 9 mm. • Larger thatch producer than other grasses • Brown patch tolerant • Good […]

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Annuals and perennials,flowers for naples, fl

Some of the more popular flowers planted in South florida  

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Hibiscus

   Hibiscus are an excellent plant to add to your landscape.  There are so many different colors and varieties.  They are pretty drought tolerant and can grow in sun and shade.  They do get insects and you may have to spray them periodically.  fertilize them to get more blooms.  I like to use a 8-10-10

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Managing weeds

Managing weeds can be an easy task or just about impossible.  It all depends your  lawn maintenance, watering, and fertilizing.  First of all and most important is proper watering.   Too much watering and your weeds are going to spread at a very fast rate to little and your grass will thin out allowing weeds to fill in […]

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Plant Spotlight: Tropical Bamboo

Tropical bamboos are an often overlooked possibility for landscaping in southwest Florida. Bamboo is in the true grass family. Bamboos are some of the fastest growing plants in the world. They are capable of growing 60 cm (24 in.) or more per day due to a unique rhizome-dependent system. However, the growth rate is dependent […]

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