The land you live on and the plants that beautify your landscape have a natural connection to the water you drink. Land catches the runoff from rain and irrigation; it passes it along to lakes, ponds, streams, and wetlands where it slowly seeps into groundwater aquifers, the source of our drinking water.
The right plants are those well-suited to our humid subtropical climate and rainy seasons and the right spaces are those with proper drainage during rainy season to allow rainwater the time to slowly seep into the ground.
Different types of plants require different types of fertilizer ingredients to be effective. This is why we sample your soil before recommending the kind of plants that are best for your yard’s soil and runoff conditions, and participate in the Florida Water Star℠ Accreditation program.