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20 Spring Must Have Flowers & Shrubs to Add Now

UpTick Coreopsis This bold, hardy, and durable perennial has been noted by the LSU AgCenter for its bulletproof character and larger blooms in a range of colors that attract butterflies. Longer bloom periods and better resistance to moisture-related disease than older varieties. Ragin Cajun Ruellia With a name like that, you know it’s made for

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Time for Garden Maintenance!

Follow these simple steps in your flower beds now to ensure long lasting landscapes… Prune Relevant Plants Fertilize Use a Pre-Emergent Herbicide 4. Mulch Pruning Relevant Plants: Now is the time to prune all wood plants and shrubs. This influences the growth habit, making plants more densely foliated, which will produce more blooms. Even if the

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20 Ways to Make a Small Garden Seem Bigger

Have a small space and big garden dreams? Try a tip or two this Spring! Divide and Conquer It seems counter-productive, but dividing a small space into smaller areas based on function actually helps give a little yard some breathing room. A long and narrow yard can feature a water garden, al fresco dining area, play

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New Landscape for Spring

Ready for a new look come Spring? Our landscaping department works all winter, so call us now to get on the schedule! Need winter clean up? We do that too! We do anything except mow grass! Consultations are free! Call us at 337.264.1418 to schedule your appointment! Landscaping: Anything! Front, back, side, eyebrow bed, etc.

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