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Save Money, Save – Water Protect Our Lagoon

This winter, when you go for a walk, take notice of how often your neighbors are watering their lawns. Look to see if sprinklers are spraying the road and driveways. Then, go home and check your own irrigation system and see if you can make changes that will preserve our ecosystem and save you money.

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‘Tis the Season for Garden Color

As northerners prepare their gardens for shorter days and winter cold, here, where the tropics begin, it’s flower season. Nurseries on the Treasure Coast grow flowers that are ready in mid-October for end-of-year planting. This season, make the commitment to add flowers in several beds or in decorative containers to bring vibrant colors to your

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Seeking Lawn & Order to Protect Our Lagoon

Americans love lawns. According to NASA, there are more than 49,000 square miles of lawns in the United States. That’s larger than the state of New York. Our lawns are integral to our way of life. They’re where we teach our kids to throw and catch, or kick a soccer ball. They’re playgrounds for our

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Tips for Garden Elegance

Everyone loves coming home to a beautiful yard. Imagine pulling into your driveway and looking across a garden-like landscape of flowers, shrubs, trees, and grass in natural harmony. There would be lush spaces, open views, and splashes of color. The areas of green, healthy grass would call to you to take off your shoes and

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Garden. Yard. What’s In a Name?

At Aiello Landscape, we see every yard and landscape project as a garden. Gardens are one of the oldest embodiments of beauty in nature. They express a form of civility and an individual’s taste. They are places of pride, providing a serene oasis from noise and commotion. The plants, lawns, and flowers that surround our

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