Tips & Tricks

  • County Water Restrictions

    Every county in Florida has their own restrictions on watering your lawn. Paying close attention to the watering schedule for your county helps you do your part in conserving our planet's precious water supply, as well as helping you avoid hefty fines from your county's code enforcement department. AIG Lawn and Landscape wants to help you keep your lawn bright and green while adhering to your local regulations. Please check your county's local water restrictions ...

    Posted at May 10, 2013 | By : | Categories : Tips & Tricks | 0 Comment
  • Empire Zoysia Grass

    Leave Zoysia to fend for itself in the midstof a drought, and you have a good chance of it continuing to live. A superb container of moisture, Zoysia has saved countless homeowners who sporadically irrigate from completely killing their lawns. It is also tolerant of salt, as long as the area is well-drained. 'Empire' is a cultivar that is gaining popularity in Florida. It is similar in ...

    Posted at April 22, 2012 | By : | Categories : Tips & Tricks | 0 Comment
  • Floratam Grass Care Tips

    St. Augustinegrass  (Stenotaphrum secundatum [Walt.] Kuntze) is widely adapted to the warm, humid (subtropical) regions of the world. It is believed to be native to the coastal regions of both the Gulf of Mexico and the Mediterranean. In Florida, St. Augustine grass is the most commonly used lawn grass throughout the state (Figure 1). It can grow satisfactorily in a wide variety of soils. Figure 1.A St. Augustine ...

    Posted at April 22, 2012 | By : | Categories : Tips & Tricks | 0 Comment
  • Argentine Bahia Info and Care Tips

    South Florida Sod Information Argentine Bahia This variety of grass hails from – you guessed it – Argentina.  Argentine Bahia might have originated on another continent, but here in the North American South, it is a favorite for pasture land, Southern lawns and areas that stay consistently moist.  Select Argentine Bahia as your turf and you will witness: Extreme amounts of forage.  That’s what originally made this ...

    Posted at April 22, 2012 | By : | Categories : Tips & Tricks | 0 Comment