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- How to care for azalea bushes May 27, 2013Azalea bushes provide a vibrant display of colors in the late winter and early spring in Northeast Florida, but, if not pruned at the appropriate time, they can also become large and unmanageable bushes during the rest of the year. … Continue reading →The post How to care for azalea bushes appeared first on aboveandbeyondtree.com. […]
- How to take care of Crepe Myrtles April 27, 2013Crepe myrtle trees are easy to care for and flower from the late spring and into the fall. But, there are a few helpful hints to make sure you get the most out of your plant. Plant new crepe myrtles … Continue reading →The post How to take care of Crepe Myrtles appeared first on aboveandbeyondtree.com. […]
- How to avoid pecan scab fungus March 27, 2013If you happen to notice small black spore-like spots on your pecan tree’s young leafs this spring you might be dealing with a disease common to the pecan tree called pecan scab fungus. In severe cases, the disease can defoliate … Continue reading →The post How to avoid pecan scab fungus appeared first on aboveandbeyondtree.com. […]
- How to care for azalea bushes May 27, 2013