President Nicholas Hernandez, a Indian River State College graduate with a degree in Business/Horticulture, established Florida’s Eden Incorporated with a strong passion for providing high-quality and innovative agronomic services to his clients. Florida's Eden Company … More About Us:
Serving Florida with Agronomic Services Florida's Eden offers a wide variety of agronomic services to residential, schools, commercial, government, and utility organizations. The services offered range from fertilization, insecticides, and herbicides and are completed by experts who have dedicated years to studying horticulture, entomology, and agronomy. IPM (Integrated Pest … More About Our Services:
The Florida’s Eden Advantage:
Florida’s Eden professionals are fully licensed and insured Commercial Lawn and Ornamental Fertilization and Pest Control experts. We prevent, diagnose and treat nutrient deficiencies, pests, and diseases in trees, lawns, and ornamentals, which will keep your property healthy and beautiful. We believe that preventative maintenance and prompt, effective treatment of any issues are the most important thing you can do to keep your property looking beautiful and avoid costly replacements.
If you aren’t currently utilizing a licensed Certified Operator for lawn and ornamental pest control such as Florida’s Eden, chances are your property already has some issues which are not allowing it to achieve its full beauty potential and possible issues that if caught sooner, could have been prevented before the tree, lawn or shrubs were past the point of treatment. There may be many beautiful, mature palm trees on your property to which periodic fertilizer and pest control are applied by someone with little to no experience in the correct application methods rendering it ineffective or even damaging. While the trees may look OK to the untrained eye, they begin to show signs of yellowing, dropping fronds, or other changes and no one realizes that some of these trees may have acquired a treatable disease that is killing them, eventually resulting in their death, leading to the expensive removal and replacement of them. Many thousands of dollars a year are spent removing and replacing dead trees, plants, and grass when a program of regular inspection and preventative treatment could have prevented these diseases, to begin with.