I’ll bet more than one case of cabin fever was contracted this year and after a relentless winter, everyone’s thoughts are starting to turn outdoors… Well with thoughts of the outdoors come thoughts of gettin’ down and dirty – in the yard!
But this year why not try something a little different. Instead of mowing the yard – round and round – every week – try one of our Made in the USA – patented Tiger Tillers…
For a mere $25 you can make a change – AND IT FEELS GOOD!
An example of a few of the common Florida plants that root easily from cuttings:
Red Sister, Croton, Rubber Tree, Schefflera, Angels Trumpet, Kalanchoe, Sedum, and much much more…
After trimming the landscapes over grown or winter damaged plants, you can use your trimmings to create new beautiful plants. Rule of thumb for propagation is to strip all but about 2 leaves or so from cutting, fewer leaves helps to start the new roots quicker. You can propagate in containers or directly in the ground.
And what better way to prepare an area for your new garden of propagated plants then the TIGER TILLER?
It is time to plant. It is time to spruce up your garden and as always, landscaping adds value to your home.
There are some tips I wanted to share with you about trimming, how to grow plants from cuttings, and getting the most out of watering.
There are a couple of benefits from trimming, other than the obvious clean look and healthy plants. There are numerous plants in your landscape and in most that are Florida friendly ie: heat tolerant and drought tolerant. Those are the plant type we want to use in our landscapes here in Tampa Bay. A lot of plants root easily, some need a little more preparation and work.
Trimming and weeding your landscape is a great quick way to spruce up any landscape.