Nov 2018

Where were we this month?

Landscape Projects

Florida Manatee

Where were we this month?

No out of State travels in November. Steve’s eldest niece visited from UK. Those who follow our newsletter may recall she studied at LSU in Louisiana for a year, and some of her friends came down to see her while she was here.  

We also had some friends over from Ireland, who stayed for a few days over Thanksgiving.

happy thanksgiving

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Winter Routes Reminders


With the arrival of November, we will be starting our winter routes, where we visit the yards we service bi-weekly.


If you have any questions or concerns about scheduling, please contact us  (407) 456-1369

Landscaping Projects

We had an inquiry this month from a client who only had a small plant bed, but it had been unattended all summer, and was totally overgrown and overrun with weeds and grass. We trimmed the bushes, weeded the bed, removed the old mulch, and installed rock in its place. Although this was only a small job, it certainly made a big difference to the curb appeal of the property.

Florida Manatees Cold Weather Huddle

florida manatees

Water temperatures that fall below 21° C (70° F) cause manatees to move into warm water refuge areas. Scientists don't know what cues manatees follow, but they seem to know when cold weather is coming and seek warm water areas

Since we have been experiencing temps in the 40's & 50's, this has become a common sight in Florida's rivers and natural springs.

We do hope you enjoyed this newsletter. If you or anyone you know has problems with their lawn, landscaping or pool screens, please feel free to contact us so we can take a look at it for you.


We offer great solutions and promise to take the problem off your hands!


Looking forward to hearing from you. 

Warmest regards,


Jim & Steve