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Thyrallis

ArtisTree Plantopinions: Are Thryallis Shrubs Shrubby Enough?

The whole thrill of thryallis is seeing thousands of lemon-colored blooms bloom with abandon. These graceful sun chasers look spectacular planted in masses, in large patio pots or along entry steps. But even with their sunny personality, thryallis shrubs aren't the most popular member of Florida’s traditional "Shrub Club" because…

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Palm frizzle top

Palm Frizzle Top Shouldn’t Leave You Frazzled

Palm frizzle top is a common disorder and not a pathogenic disease. So try not to let frizzle top frazzle you out. At ArtisTree Landscape, we've seen this disorder occasionally in some of our Southwest Florida communities, and it basically means your palm is having bad hair days and needs…

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Mahogany trees

Mahogany Trees Have More Polish Than You Think

Mahoganies (Swietenia mahogani) make great shade trees for large Florida properties. Mahogany trees in Florida are glorious shade-makers that thrive along streets and in large yards. So when we saw them in a southwestern Florida article titled “Worst Trees for Florida," we had to investigate. Turns out their bad review…

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Hong Kong orchid trees

Hong Kong Orchid Trees Dazzle with Supersized Blooms

Hong Kong Orchid Trees in Sarasota and Venice don’t even look real. There is no way an exotic orchid-shaped flower can bust out of a tree branch like that. But hundreds do, with giant ruffled petals the color of a purple and magenta Florida sunset. Sitting under a Hong Kong…

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