Preparing Your South Florida Landscaping for Hurricane Season

Hurricane Season began on June first, and most Floridians know that there are preparations that need to be taken to ensure everyone’s personal safety and the protection of our homes. Initially, most people think of stocking up on food items, gallons of water, batteries and flashlights, but it is also very important to make sure that your community has its landscape prepared for hurricane season.     Read the article…………


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