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Does the chill of winter have you feeling blah?  Is daydreaming about Spring just not enough to keep you warm? You need a hobby that will change your outlook!   Indoor gardening is the perfect activity to chase those winter blues away! Here at All Seasons, we stay in that Spring state-of-mind even during the

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Roses are jewels of the garden.  Unique colors and fragrances of the blooms have inspired poems, conveyed emotions and been inspirational for songs and stories for many centuries. To grow outstanding roses, a good well-draining soil is necessary.  An area with 5-6 hours of daily sunlight is also needed.  Roses are heavy feeders and need

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Winter freezes can damage tropical plants in our landscapes. Tropical container plants left outside during freezes are especially vulnerable to the cold. Ideally, they should be moved indoors or into a garage where they will not be exposed to freezing temperatures. If you took a chance and left container tropicals outside and they sustained cold

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In winter, your garden can look dreary. But, there’s good news! You can dress up dreary beds and borders with plants that add splashes of cold-weather color! Here are 10 easy ways to add color to your winter garden: Berry Plants Hollies with bright red or gold berries aren’t just for the holidays. These evergreen

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Most Louisiana landscapes can fool us into believing we live in the tropics. It’s true that some winters are mild and tropical plants survive, but severe freezes do occur and can be devastating to those tropicals in the landscape. All it takes is one night in the low 20s or teens to severely damage or

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Camellias are one of the most popular blooming evergreens in the Southeast US, and one of our favorite winter bloomers. There are many varieties to choose from to bring showy winter interest. Camellia japonica, commonly called Camellia, is a slow upright grower with medium to large flowers that open from mid to late winter.  Camellias

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