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This is an example of chinch bugs in all forms of their life cycle. Watch out for these pests! They are very small; the adults are approximately the size of a grain of rice.
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Celebrating 29 years of service to the Gainesville area. Sunshine Greenery is family owned and operated.

Sunshine Greenery’s owner, Rex Glover, who holds Bachelor degrees in both Accounting and Agronomy is joined by son Luke, with a Bachelors in Computer Science and Erik Ellis.

This is our 29th year of service to the Gainesville and surrounding areas. It has been a joy and privilege to serve our customers with quality service and stellar results. We are a landscape company from Micanopy, Florida, who have been working for the last 29 years to provide the North Central Florida area with exceptional yards.

Our services include

  • Lawn and Shrub Pest Control
  • General Household Pest Control
  • Indoor and Perimeter Control of roaches, ants, spiders and other household pests
  • 29 years of knowledge to answer questions

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Over one million species have been discovered by scientists, and they think that there might be ten times that many that haven't been named yet!

some text Alachua County Watering Rules

Established lawns and landscapes may be irrigated a maximum of twice a week between the hours of 4 p.m. and 10 a.m. based on the address of the property. These residents are asked to voluntarily limit irrigation to once a week.

Odd numbered homes - Wednesday and/or Saturday Even numbered homes - Thursday and/or Sunday nonresidential properties - Tuesday and/or Friday

The following are exempt: vegetable gardens, hand watering with a spray nozzle with an automatic shut off, use of reclaimed water, micro-irrigation, and new landscapes for the first 60 days.