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  • We love our new brick patio!!

    Dear Beautiful Boundaries, We just love our brick patio that your company recently installed in our backyard!! Everything went smoothly and Jerry and his crew did a wonderful job! I appreciate Brent and Desirae’s attentiveness to our desires in the color choice of our patio and the design we wanted. Everything turned our perfect! I […]

    Posted at 04/13/2012 » By : » Categories : Testimonials » Comments Off on We love our new brick patio!!
  • We look forward to doing business with Beautiful Boundaries for a long time.

    We are grateful for the great service Beautiful Boundaries Lawn and Landscaping has given us over the years. We highly recommend Beautiful Boundaries for all your lawn and landscaping needs. We have used Beautiful Boundaries’ services to redo the original landscaping in front of our house, replace original sod, and trees. For the past two […]

    Posted at 04/13/2012 » By : » Categories : Testimonials » Comments Off on We look forward to doing business with Beautiful Boundaries for a long time.
  • It was a pleasure! – Van & Karen

    I wanted to let you know how happy we are with bot the design and installation of our new front yard lawn and landscaping by Beautiful Boundaries. It was a pleasure working with Brent as we had him move some of the trees a couple of times. I liked the way he not only placed […]

    Posted at 04/10/2012 » By : » Categories : Testimonials » Comments Off on It was a pleasure! – Van & Karen
  • Nine Florida-Friendly Landscaping Principles

    These days, water quality and quantity are important issues that are on everyone’s mind. These Frequently Asked Questions address common concerns related to irrigation and fertilizer. These FAQs draw on extensive UF/IFAS research, and were created to help guide government officials in developing local regulations based on science. What are Florida-Friendly Landscapes? Florida-Friendly Landscapes protect […]

    Posted at 03/22/2012 » By : » Categories : Landscaping » 0 Comment
  • Floratam Sod: The Right Choice for Southwest Florida Landscaping

    The Right Sod for Southwest Florida Landscaping At Beautiful Boundaries, we’ve done the necessary research to identify sods that will flourish throughout the year in Florida’s wet summers and dry winters. St. Augustine Floratam, will meet your landscaping needs no matter where your home or business is located in Central Florida. Floratam Sod Introduced in […]

    Posted at 02/21/2012 » By : » Categories : Landscaping » 0 Comment
  • Video: Climbing Aster a Florida Native Vine

    Climbing Aster a Florida Native Vine In this video Stephen Brown will talk about some aspects of this amazing Florida Native vine. The Climbing Aster is a plant common to freshwater marshes and the banks of rivers and streams.

    Posted at 02/01/2012 » By : » Categories : Blog » 0 Comment
  • Vacant Lot Brazilian Pepper Tree Removal in Punta Gorda

    Vacant Lot Tree Removal in Punta Gorda In an effort to keep vacant lots under control the city of Punta Gorda, Florida has started sending letters to vacant lot owners who are in violation of having Brazilian Pepper Trees, Debris, Overgrowth and untrimmed Cabbage Palms on their vacant lot. If you have recently received a […]

    Posted at 01/05/2012 » By : » Categories : Landscaping » 0 Comment
  • 10 Tips: Preparing Plants for Cold Weather in Florida

    Radiation Frost vs. Advection Frost Like hurricanes, every cold event has a different ‘personality’. When speaking of cold damage, there are two basic kinds. Frost damage occurs during windless, clear nights when heat escapes and ice forms on exposed plants, usually before or at sunrise, when temperatures approach mid to low thirties. This is known […]

    Posted at 01/04/2012 » By : » Categories : Landscaping » 0 Comment
  • Vacant Lot Landscaping in Punta Gorda

    Vacant Lot Landscaping in Punta Gorda In an effort to keep vacant lot landscaping under control the city of Punta Gorda, Florida has started sending letters to vacant lot owners who are in violation. If you have recently received a letter from the City of Punta Gorda, addressing empty lot landscaping violations, please call the […]

    Posted at 12/20/2011 » By : » Categories : Landscaping » 0 Comment
  • The Spiraling Whitefly is already in Lee County and may become your problem

    What are Spiraling Whiteflies? They are small, winged insects that belong to the Order Hemiptera which also includes aphids, scales, and mealybugs. These insects typically feed on the underside of leaves with their “needle-like” mouthparts. Whiteflies can seriously injure host plants by sucking nutrients from the plant causing wilting, yellowing, stunting, leaf drop, or even […]

    Posted at 12/08/2011 » By : » Categories : News » 0 Comment