ScenicScape Landscaping, Lawn Care, and Irrigation - Featured Image for Washingtonian Palms

Washingtonian Palms

It's time to get ready for the season and we know you need your grounds to look their absolute best. In this blog post, we want to talk about the Washingtonian palm. This info is great for anyone thinking about adding palm trees to their landscape, or anyone that just wants to know more about our native palms. The Washingtonian Palm Tree is also known as the Mexican Fan Palm. This particular palm can reach...Continue reading

ScenicScape Landscaping, Lawn Care, and Irrigation - Featured Image for The Sabal Palm

The Sabal Palm

The Sabal Palm is one of my favorite parts of our local landscape.  You may already know that the Florida state tree is the Sabal Palm, but did you know this tree has roots in our country's history? The Sabal Palm was used to build a fort to fight against the British in the Revolutionary War. It's also known as the cabbage palm, and the cabbage-like buds from this palm can actually be eaten! This...Continue reading

ScenicScape Landscaping, Lawn Care, and Irrigation - Featured Image for My Sago Palm Is Turning Yellow?

My Sago Palm Is Turning Yellow?

Sago Palms are a type of living Fossil. There are actually a couple of types, when speaking of Sago Palms most people are talking about Cycadophyta.  These palms are mostly problem-free plants. Yellowing is a natural reaction to nutrients conserving nutrients: however, there are certain precautions and measures to take when caring for your Sago Palm. As these plants grow upward, the bottom layers become yellow and should be removed; however, if the tops are yellow,...Continue reading

ScenicScape Landscaping, Lawn Care, and Irrigation - Featured Image for Hurricane Season 2016

Hurricane Season 2016

As we approach the more active part of the Hurricane season, storm preparation should be a precaution for anyone living near coastal areas and bays. We want you to know that we are ready to help you before and after the storm. We can help prepare your outdoor area to reduce the chance of damage from trees and help clear any fallen debris after the storm passes. We all know how devastating this situation a hurricane...Continue reading

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