Yes, we offer deliver for an additional charge based on distance, the number of trips and if a machine is needed for unloading. Give us a call for pricing and to schedule your delivery to your home or commercial job site.

We have over 20 years experience designing and installing beautiful landscapes htrought Brevard county. We can have a landscape pro come out to your home to get measurements and discuss the project. We can help you choose plants, trees and the best groundcover that fit your design and maintenance requirements.

We offer repotting services for plant enthusiasts and novices alike. These services involve transferring a plant from its existing pot to a new one, which not only refreshes its appearance but also promotes healthier growth. Expertise is essential to avoid damaging delicate roots and ensure proper soil selection. At The Yard, we understand the significance of this process, and we go the extra mile by offering a unique perk - we will repot any plant you purchase for the cost of the soil and new pot. This commitment to customer satisfaction ensures that your new green additions are set up for success, thriving in their new environment and bringing vitality to your living space.

The frequency of watering outdoor plants depends on various factors such as plant type, weather conditions, and soil moisture. As a general rule, aim to water deeply but less frequently, allowing the topsoil to dry out between watering sessions. Regularly check the moisture level by inserting your finger into the soil to ensure proper hydration.

To safeguard your outdoor plants from pests, you can implement several preventive measures. Consider using natural pest repellents like neem oil or insecticidal soap, regularly inspecting plants for signs of infestation, and promptly removing any affected leaves or insects. Additionally, practicing good garden hygiene, such as removing debris and weeds, can help prevent pest issues.

The ideal time to prune outdoor plants varies depending on the specific plant species. In general, it is best to prune deciduous plants during late winter or early spring before new growth emerges. Evergreen plants can be pruned in late winter or early spring as well, but some may benefit from a light pruning in late summer. However, it's essential to research the specific pruning requirements for each plant to ensure optimal results.