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Starburst Clerodendrum

Starburst Clerodendrum Stars as a Shrub or Tree

Starburst Clerodendrum dazzles with star-like flowers that burst open in Florida’s late winter or early spring. What’s remarkable about this eye-catching specimen (also known as a Shooting Star Clerodendrum) is that you can have it both ways – growing it as cluster-packed showy shrub or as a tree loaded with…

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Florida mistletoe infestation

Florida Mistletoe Attracts Kissers and Critics

Florida mistletoe is most commonly found on laurel oak trees. So if you want to experience the Christmas tradition of kissing under the mistletoe, just look up. This Florida evergreen grows on deciduous trees, so when the leaves fall, you can clearly see it on the bare branches. Grab a…

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Sarasota landscapes

Sarasota Landscapes Get Old: What You Can Do About It

Sarasota landscapes can get old just like people do. If you have mature plantings that look tired and outdated, it might be time to “retire” them in exchange for a modern design that better provides for your future needs.   Sarasota landscapes: Get yours looking young again. Retirement signs to…

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Loropetalum shrubs

Loropetalum Shrubs Liven Up Florida Landscapes

Loropetalum shrubs are known for the razzle-dazzle way they fire up Sarasota, Florida landscapes. Their branches of richly colored foliage will fringe your other plants as if to tell them, "You need something to go with that drab green and you need it now!” An evergreen shrub with plenty of…

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