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Golden Golf Services is a trusted name in Southwest Florida in the landscape business. We apply expertise and hard work selecting just the right products for your needs. Our work speaks for itself, and our customers know they can count us to provide quality products, expert service combined with affordable pricing.

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MULCH

Mulching is one of the most important ways to maintain healthy landscape plants. A mulch is any material applied to the soil surface for protection or improvement of the area covered. Common mulches include inorganic materials such as rocks, pebbles, or gravel. Other mulches are organic and include materials such as wood chips, hay or straw. All mulches should contain airspaces and must allow water to percolate through to the underlying soil.

Mulching is one of the most important ways to maintain healthy landscape plants. A mulch is any material applied to the soil surface for protection or improvement of the area covered. Common mulches include inorganic materials such as rocks, pebbles, or gravel. Other mulches are organic and include materials such as wood chips, hay or straw. All mulches should contain airspaces and must allow water to percolate through to the underlying soil.

Mulching is one of the most important ways to maintain healthy landscape plants. A mulch is any material applied to the soil surface for protection or improvement of the area covered. Common mulches include inorganic materials such as rocks, pebbles, or gravel. Other mulches are organic and include materials such as wood chips, hay or straw. All mulches should contain airspaces and must allow water to percolate through to the underlying soil.

PINE STRAW

Pine straw are needles or leaves that come directly from a pine tree. Here in the southeastern United States, pine straw is used for both decorative purposes and soil protection for plants and trees.

Because of its insulation properties, pine straw is often used in landscaping to protect soil from fluctuating temperatures, or extreme weather. Pine straw is especially versatile because of its interlocking tendency.

Late fall through early summer is the best time of the year to get fresh pine straw. Just like the leaves on a tree, the pine straw only falls once a year.

LANDSCAPE MATERIALS

Landscape materials are used for hardscape areas around your property such as the driveway, walkways, paths, patios, and edging.

A wide range of hard landscape materials can be used, such as brick, gravel, rock or stone, concrete, timber, bitumen, glass, and metals. Often times, landscape materials include low maintenance shrubs and plants such as Arboricola, Clusia, Podocarpus, Fakahatchee, and Copperleaf.

ANNUALS

Annual plants live for one growing season and then die, while perennials regrow every spring. Annual flowers are used primarily to brighten the landscape with abundant amounts of color.

Perennials are flowers or plants that can live for several growing seasons after blooming on their own. Biennial plants and flowers live for two growing seasons. Perennials are sometimes slow to grow in comparison to their annual counterparts. They typically start flowering in their second year.

Marigold, geranium, vinca, zinnia, and impatiens are some of the most common annuals used for flower bedding.