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Fiberglass advantages in coastal areas

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Fiberglass advantages in coastal areas

If you live near the coast, you may have noticed that corrosion of materials occurs at a much faster rate than any other area. This happens because of the corrosive salt air near the shore. Fiberglass is one of the top corrosion resistant materials, easy to shape and can be as strong as metal. If you live in a coastal area, like Florida, you should to be wise in what kind of material you choose for your decoration. General advantages of fiberglass for your planters over other materials are: Immune to corrosion and rust.Strong.Lightweight.Unnafected by sunlight.Durable.Does not rot.Low maintenance.Resale value....

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Saving money with fiberglass planters

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Saving money with fiberglass planters

The flexibility of fiberglass has become the golden standard for commercial planters chosen by savvy designers and homeowners who are involved in the latest landscape design ideas. In addition the exceptional qualities inherent in fiberglass itself, the features listed below further describe how purchasing fiberglass planters save you money. Purchasing fiberglass planters save you money. Planter durability is a serious reason to choose fiberglass over other materials, being rugged and strong. Certain plants need either a substantial profundity, breadth, or both. Keeping planter weight down while providing plenty of strength and space for root systems saves money in two ways:...

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The Flexibility of Fiberglass

Posted by Amy S. on

The Flexibility of Fiberglass

The flexibility of fiberglass has become the golden standard for commercial planters chosen by savvy designers and homeowners who are involved in the latest landscape design ideas. In addition the exceptional qualities inherent in fiberglass itself, the features listed below further describe how purchasing fiberglass planters save you money. Purchasing fiberglass planters save you money. Planter durability is a serious reason to choose fiberglass over other materials, being rugged and strong. Certain plants need either a substantial profundity, breadth, or both. Keeping planter weight down while providing plenty of strength and space for root systems saves money in two ways:...

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Leave the Leaves Alone!

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Leave the Leaves Alone!

The National Wildlife Foundation stated “You shouldn’t feel obligated to rake up every leaf in your yard this fall. Leave leaves on the ground — they have a lot of benefit to wildlife and your garden.” Stop the back-pain work of raking your leaves this fall, leave the leaves where they are. What are the benefits? Leaves Provide Nutrients for Organisms      Leaves are a natural part of any ecosystem. “Every resident of the leaf litter—or visitor to it—is connected to the food web in some way,” says Elizabeth Johnson, a program manager at the American Museum of Natural History’s...

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Are you over watering your plants?

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Are you over watering your plants?

Water is the essence of life, all living things need to have some sort of water to grow strong and beautiful. But what happen if you over water your plants? Here are some tips and signs in how to know if you are over watering your plants. 3 Signs that you are over watering your plants Your plant is wilting but you can see it has plenty of water. The roots needs a dry period for them to take oxygen, over watering them makes impossible for the roots to take oxygen, and they will wilt giving the impression that they need water,...

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