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Your Edgewater Nursery Shares 3 Plants that Can Grow from Cuttings
Your Edgewater Nursery Shares 3 Plants that Can Grow from Cuttings It’s always exciting to learn that a plant can grow from leaf cuttings. Gardeners are typically used to planting seeds and hoping for the best. Leaf and stem cuttings can produce some of the most gorgeous plants out there. Here are three plants that ... Read More

Repotting Basics for New Smyrna Beach Landscaping: Keep Your Plants Happy During the Move
Repotting Basics for New Smyrna Beach Landscaping: Keep Your Plants Happy During the Move When you have to move your plants, it can be stressful. You might worry that repotting will harm your plants and ruin all of your hard work. However, if you follow the basics of repotting and transporting your plants, they will continue to thrive. He... Read More

Daytona Beach Nursery Explains How to Attract Butterflies and Birds to Your Outdoor Space
Daytona Beach Nursery Explains How to Attract Butterflies and Birds to Your Outdoor Space A beautiful outdoor space is good for the soul, but it can also be a paradise for many birds and butterflies. Birds and butterflies are a vital part of flower pollination, so to keep your outdoor space looking its best, encourage these winged visitor... Read More

Top Tips for Maintaining Edgewater Landscaping in Spring
Top Tips for Maintaining Edgewater Landscaping in Spring Spring is a gorgeous time of year. Everything turns green, flowers start to bloom, the days warm up, and the wildlife comes out of hiding. This makes spring the ideal time to perform some much-needed garden maintenance after winter. The following tip... Read More

Fountain Facts
Fountain Facts Keeping water clear While the combination of sun, pollen or dust and water will inevitably result in some algae formation in your fountain or birdbath, simply adding one tablespoon of hydrogen peroxide per gallon of water every week or so will allow... Read More

Holiday Plant Care
Holiday Plant Care Poinsettias Poinsettias prefer indirect to bright light in the home and no direct sunlight outside. They prefer temperatures above 45 degrees. Remove the plants from saucers or pot covers towater. Water plants when the surface is dry and let drain t... Read More

Landscape Design Basics: Principles Do-It-Yourselfers Need To Know
Landscape Design Basics: Principles Do-It-Yourselfers Need To Know When it comes to landscape design, there are many things you should know before your next DIY adventure – and Lindley's is here to help! In this blog, we cover the design building blocks, design and arrangement of plant material principles, site cond... Read More

10 Native Trees For Volusia County and Why You Should Plant Them
10 Native Trees For Volusia County and Why You Should Plant Them Volusia County is filled with beautiful native trees that are both eye-catching and important for our environment. If you want to kick things up a notch in your landscaping and stay true to Florida trees, check out these 10 native Volusia County tree... Read More

10 Great Native Foundation Shrubs and Why You Should Plant Them
10 Great Native Foundation Shrubs and Why You Should Plant Them Shrubs can make a beautiful addition to landscaping, and here at Lindley's, we have the tools and resources you need to grow and plant shrubs successfully and beautifully. Read on for 10 native shrubs and why you should plant them! Read More

Have You Seen Me? Top 3 Pants Found On Florida's East Coast Dunes
Have You Seen Me? Top 3 Pants Found On Florida's East Coast Dunes When visiting our beaches do you ever wonder what some of the beautiful plants and wildflowers are on the dunes? It’s a harsh environment for sure, with blazing sun, salt spray and dry, blowing sand. But some plants do thrive, and these coastal wild... Read More

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