Hyde Park Est. 1909, A Donald Ross Design

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Flowers of Hyde Park Golf & Country Club, Part 1

Over the last month or so, we have planted around 2300 annuals around the clubhouse, pool, and tennis areas. Now, over the next of couple weeks, I'd like to share some photos of the individual plants themselves. The plants of Hyde Park Golf & Country Club.

Petunia 'Plum Pudding Mix'
Canna lily
Nemesia 'Opal Innocence'
SunPatiens 'Compact Orange'
Coleus 'French Quarter'


Next week I'll highlight five more summertime annuals.

-Bryan Miller, horticulturist


Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Trees and Zoysia!

Over the last couple weeks Mother Nature has turned up the wind and precipitation, overall the course has faired well, except for a few trees. Behind the 1st green a large oak was uprooted and is in the process of being cleaned up, it has been a challenge with the wet weather to get to the site.


Also, about a week ago a large Tulip Poplar fell across the path on the 15th hole, the Hyde Park team did a great job with a timely clean-up!

The Zoysia grass continues to progress well with the warmer temperatures, the purple color that has been noted by many of you is the plant producing a seedhead. It forms a purple hue across many areas of the fairways, the only way to remove the seedhead is through mowing over the next couple weeks.

Close up of Zoysia Seed Production

Unfortunately, the Zoysia on right side of the 18th fairway continues to struggle, the challenge is shade! The Zoysia turf near the bunkers is very healthy due to the tree removal over the winter. This area will remain roped off to reduce traffic and most likely will need to be sodded again. Selective tree removal will remedy this issue.

Right Side-18 Fairway



Pat O'Brien

Grounds Superintendent