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October 28th, 2011

Treemendous Quality Growers is a leading provider of trees and shrubs in the Central Florida area. Our product line focuses on specimen trees including Ligustrum, Magnolia, Italian Cypress, Bottlebrush, Pineapple Guava and many more. In the past two years we have expanded our operations to include shrubs. By offering a more balanced selection, we are able to better service our clients and maintain our high standards of quality. Please come and visit our farm and see the difference for yourself.

Italian Cypress in the Orlando Landscape

July 24th, 2011

Italian Cypress have become popular in the Southeastern United States in the past few years. It reminds us of Tuscany, an architectural theme that has gained momentum recently. Group Italian cypress in odd numbers of 3 or 5 or more. Also, ensure you purchase different height plants to add dimension to your landscape. Most importantly, purchase high quality plants that are full, dense and a healthy green. Remember, quality in, quality out!

Ligustrum Tree Care in Orlando

June 28th, 2011

The summer season in Florida brings rain and humidity.  We recommend a monthly fungicide to keep your plants disease free. Question: My ligustrum tree is developing yellow leaves with brown spots. I treated it with a fungicide and fertilized four weeks ago, and I see no change. What should I do next? Answer: A little more time and patience is going to be needed to see a change in your plant. Read More on this from the Orlando Sentinel.

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