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All Seasons Blog

November Gardening To Do List

Want to enjoy the mums you purchased this fall again next year? You can! After their flowering season this year, cut them back far enough to remove all the faded flowers, (about 1/4 their height) and plant them in the landscape. -Check your...

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Christmas Trees Here

Our fresh fir Christmas trees are now here! The smell of our favorite season is in the air, and families make memories by selecting their tree by name! Yes, all of our Christmas trees are named! You can have “Mickey Mouse”...

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Crazy for the Pansy

Visiting our Garden Center right now is like stepping into a rainbow. We have gone crazy for the pansy flowers! We have them in every color, with some even showing off multi colors! Pansies are jewels of a cool-season flowerbed. Their constant...

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Holiday Houseplants

  Decorate your home for the holidays with these colorful houseplant options. Poinsettia Loved for their big, bright, red blooms, these classic holiday plants are actually tropical plants, making poinsettias the perfect houseplant candidate...

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Flavorful Gatherings

Just because the weather outside may be frightful doesn’t mean you have to give up on your green thumb. Many herbs do well indoors as long as they are given enough light. A bright kitchen window or sunny southern exposure will work just fine....

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Lettuce Get Started in the Garden

All types of lettuce (romaine, butterhead, leaf, and head) all grow well in Louisiana. Purchase fresh seed or transplants here! Seed should be planted a one-eighth of an inch deep or less. Cover lettuce seed with vermiculite or simply press the...

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Fall into Winter Mulch Benefits and Tips

Mulch helps plants and keeps soil healthy. All plants greatly benefit from mulching.  The application or re-application of mulch is important to provide your garden once per year. Cedar or cypress bark is recommended due to its resistance...

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A Color Scheme for Cool Season

When you decide it’s time to pull out the warm-season bedding plants and replant your flowerbeds and containers, lots of wonderful cool season bedding plants are available here! The roles these plants play in landscapes and containers is to...

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Harvest Caladium Bulbs

Fall provides cooler weather, so we can get back out into the gardens, lawns and landscapes comfortably. Fall marks harvesttime for many crops, such as pumpkins and other squash, persimmons, tangerines, Asian pears, apples and, of course,...

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Birch Trees: Planting & Caring

  Beloved for their paper white bark, birch trees are part of the Betula genus and come in an incredible array of varieties with 18 native to North America alone. Birches were among the first trees to become established after the...

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