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Preparing For Stormy Weather

There’s a lot you can do to minimize the risk of property damage

A single tree is more vulnerable than a group of trees planted in a grove.

A single tree is more vulnerable than a group of trees planted in a grove.

Florida is a paradise with its warm weather and abundance of beaches, rivers, springs and lakes; but sometimes there’s trouble in paradise. Powerful storms occasionally rampage through Florida, and hurricane season is coming – it runs from June 1 until November 30. You may be able to reduce your risk of property damage with prudent landscaping, so here’s a three-pronged approach:

1) stormwater management,

2) tree evalution, and

3) ongoing maintenance of trees and landscape.

Read the entire article in the May 2011 issue