Our Trees Six Months After Hurricane Irma

It’s a little bit hard to believe that Hurricane Irma occurred six months ago. Many trees in southern Florida, including some in the ground at Richard Lyons’ Nursery, took a walloping thanks to a number of factors previously addressed in … Continue reading

Spring is Just Around the Corner

This weekend we’re experiencing another cool-off in a very unusual winter whose start was greatly delayed. We can’t predict whether this will turn out to be our last significant chilly weather, but spring is indisputably not very far away, and … Continue reading

Winter Rains Taking a Toll on Plants in Our Region

A month ago in this space, we reported our expectation that plants being grown in southern Florida would be prone to disease problems if the unusual pattern of significant winter rainfall were to continue. Well, the pattern has continued, and … Continue reading