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All Seasons Blog

January Gardening To Do List

  HAPPY NEW {2020} YEAR!  Brighten up the inside with houseplants! Beautiful selections in various shades of green and even colorful plants, like Cordyline, add some much needed winter color into your interior space while CLEANING THE ...

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Gardening Resolutions

  1.  Try Something New ...

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Camellias for Winter Show

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 ...

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10 Ways for a Winter Wonderful Garden

Nandina  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: 1. Berry ...

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Fresh Ideas for Winter Gardening

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! ...

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Keep Houseplants Alive

Choose Good Plants From the Start Inspect all new plants before you adopt. Look for bushy plants with good color. We take great pride in being a local-owned garden center that hand-picks many of our plants directly from our vendors. We believe we ...

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Love your Lawn in 2020

Spring Spring is the season when a lawn really needs some tender loving care as temperatures rise and the grass starts to grow, increasing its reliance on water and fertilizer. Spring: Lay Sod and Sow Seed Early spring is a good time for laying ...

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What's Your Birth Month Flower?

Like gemstones, flowers can represent birthdays in each month of the year.  January: Carnation Carnations are the birth flowers for January. Different colors convey different meanings. White carnations symbolize pure love, while yellow means ...

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10 Winter Gardening Mistakes

Mistake No. 1: Planting Too Late Making late additions to the landscape can result in devastating losses next spring. Perennials are the most susceptible to late planting, as alternating freezing and thawing of soil literally shoves plants out of ...

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Plant Covers for Winter

Keep your plants safe from frost by using winter plant covers. These chill-chasing covers give plants a cozy hideaway that’s warmer than surrounding air. The difference is often only a few degrees, but those degrees make a big difference. ...

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