New Tree Do’s & Don’ts

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Do plant the tree at the right depth, with the top of the root ball as high or slightly higher than surrounding soil. Do eliminate competition from lawn by clearing the grass out … Read More

April Garden Tips

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Water in well (approximately 30 minutes per area). Read: Does Your Lawn Look as Bad as Mine? We recommend: Ortho Weed B Gon for Southern Lawns for broadleaf weeds, Image … Read More

March Garden Guide

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Read: How Do I Revive My Lawn? Most annuals and perennials can now be purchased as transplants this month. Here is a list of some of our favorites: (L-R) caladiums … Read More

December Garden Guide

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Carnations, larkspur, nasturtium, petunias, poppy Garden Guide: Planting Fall & Winter Annuals Pansies, petunias, alyssum, dianthus, snapdragons, ornamental cabbage and kale, geraniums The roots of hardy plants grow during our … Read More

Top Five Tips for a Beautiful Fall Lawn

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1.      Fertilize in Fall. It’s great to fertilize in spring, and again early summer, but fall fertilization is probably the most important of all, and the most neglected. September 15 to … Read More