What's Your Type?

irrigation automaticAutomatic irrigation systems come in two varieties. You’re probably most familiar with sprinkler head systems, which release water from a distribution device attached to the end of a water pipe. These systems work best for spacious lawn areas. Drip irrigation systems, on the other hand, release water from tubes with holes in them. These systems are more suited to flower gardens and other planting beds.


Depending on your landscape’s specific layout, just one or a combination of both types may be appropriate for your needs. This is a great time to have an automatic irrigation system installed. Properly maintained, it will provide your lawn and landscape with the right amounts of water at the right times…for many hot summers to come. Not to mention, it can help to conserve water and lower your water bill!

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IS IT TIME TO GO AUTOMATIC?

water canWatering your lawn and landscape plantings can be a tedious process, especially when you have to lug tangled hoses and sprinklers around your property. If you’d like to spend less time worrying about watering, an automatic irrigation system may be the perfect solution.

 

THE BUSY HOMEOWNER'S BEST FRIEND

If you’re like most homeowners, you don’t always have the time to ensure that your lawn and landscape plantings are getting the right amounts of water at the right times of day. That’s where an automatic irrigation system can help.

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Southern Beauty: The Resurrection Fern

Resurrection Fern
If you live in the Southeast or have ever been to the Southeast, chances are you have seen trees that appear to be “growing” ferns. What you are actually witnessing is one of the many air plants that inhabit the Southeast known as the Resurrection Fern. This fern survives by attaching itself to the branches of trees, mainly old live oak trees. The fern receives nutrients from the tree’s surface as well as rain and wind. By attaching itself to a tree it is not harming the tree or taking any nutrients away from the tree. The resurrection fern will attach itself to
old live oaks, cypress trees and sometimes large rocks.  

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