What to do now to keep your lawn and garden happy this spring.
Here in northeast Florida–and even in the rest of the country, or so I’m told–spring is just around the corner. But due to our area’s somewhat unique climate and fauna, getting your lawn and yard ready for spring–and summer–isn’t quite as straightforward as it is for some of our neighbors to the north.
The St. Augustine Lawn
St. Augustine Grass may be the most prevalent lawn in northeast Florida. It’s fairly heat tolerant and can stand up to salty, brackish water. It also does pretty well in the shade.