Let’s be honest. South Florida doesn’t get much of a winter. Year-round, we expect warmer weather than the rest of the country, and we definitely don’t expect any snow. However, South Florida does experience a couple of cold fronts during the winter months, and we often experience less rain.
This could pose a threat to your tropical plants and backyard landscaping, so here are a few tips to keep your lawn fresh throughout the Floridian winter season.