Espaliers are any plant or tree trained to grow against a flat surface. Learn more about this unique pruning method for your Palm Beach property and how Coastal Gardens can help you create your own espalier.Read More
The southern magnolia is an ideal choice for Palm Beach, but certain considerations need to be taken. Due to their full-grown size, enough space is necessary. Many cultivars of these trees also have surface roots which means they should be planted away from pedestrian areas. Despite potential drawbacks, the southern magnolia’s many cultivars mean you’ll be able to find one that’s perfect for your Palm Beach property. They are beautiful to look at and their lush, thick foliage mage them a perfect property divider.Read More
We’ve previously written about trees and plants that you should remove from your property due to their invasive or non-native status, but what trees do we encourage you to add?
In this article, we’ll cover some trees that grow well in Palm Beach.
In this article, we will show you how to recognize the invasive vine known as the Old World climbing fern (OWCF), how it spreads, why it is considered invasive, and what to do if you spot it on your Palm Beach property.Read More
Melaleuca tree is native to Australia and other areas of the South Pacific. Melaleuca is banned by the state, federal, and regional agencies in the United States due to its propensity to displace native plants and trees. Learn what you should do if you find a Melaleuca tree in your property.Read More
Do you know that Chinese tallow tree is bad for your Palm Beach property? In this article you’ll learn how invasive this plant is and how to recognize it so you won’t add this to your property landscape and cause issues later on.Read More
This evergreen with bright red berries may be attractive but it’s highly toxic, spreading quickly, and banned in South Florida. Learn why it’s harmful, how to recognize and remove it, and what to plant instead.Read More