Bermuda Landscape & Design provides you with this list of helpful information for maintaining and enhancing your South Florida landscape, along with state regulations and cost saving tips to help protect
your landscaping investment.
South Florida Water Management Irrigation Rules
- View the
Year-Round Landscape Irrigation Rule limits set up by Water Management District for each South Florida county.
Managing Florida lawns under drought conditions: Maintenance practices to cope with mandated irrigation watering restrictions.
Reclaimed Water Use in Landscaping
Frequently Asked Questions
- By using
reclaimed water as an alternative source for landscape irrigation, we protect our drinking water sources by practicing effective water management and usage.
South Florida Hurricane Information
- The National Hurricane Center provides
tropical storm warnings and hurricane tracking information for the Atlantic, Caribbean and South Florida areas.
- Hurricane preparedness: Know what to do before, during and after a hurricane, how to make a hurricane plan, and built a kit for disaster.
- Hurricane preparedness for community leaders and property managers: Tips and guidelines for leading your communities through hurricanes and disasters.
Landscaping for Energy Efficiency
Using South Florida Native Plants in Landscapes
- Using native Florida plants in your landscaping: annuals, bedding plants, ferns, groundcovers, palms, shrubs, trees, cacti, and wildflowers.
- 50 Common Florida native plants: List of 50 common plants, their descriptions, images, and information.
- Selecting landscape trees: List of different landscape trees, their characteristics, and requirements.
- Florida plants and trees by regions: This database gives you the types of flowers, shrubs, trees, palms, groundcovers, vines and grasses for north, central and south Florida regions. Search by landscaping conditions.
- Florida Gardening Calendar: Monthly guide for what to plant and do to your landscape and garden, based on each of Florida's climate zones (north, central, and south).
Invasive Plants in South Florida
- Recognize five major
exotic plants invading South Florida ecosystems, which are displacing native plants and animals.
- Invasive plants and animals in South Florida: List and images of exotics that have invaded Florida, including plants, animals, insects, fish, reptiles, and birds.
South Florida Plants that Attract Butterflies
- Instructions and plans on
how to plant a butterfly garden in Florida, along with the butterfly species and their regions.
- Table of
trees, shrubs, and vines of South Florida that attract butterflies and provide food for butterfly caterpillars.
- View a list of
butterflies of South Florida. Click on the list for photographs of the butterflies and the counties they are found in.
- Explanation of
butterfly garden habitat necessities: plants that provide nectar for adult butterflies, host plants for butterflies to lay eggs on and be food sources for emerging caterpillars, shelter plants to protect them against bad weather.