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July Gardening To Do

July is the time to cut faded flowers from flowering annuals & perennials to encourage new growth and blooms. Old blooms and seed heads left on the plants can negatively affect the flower's continuous production. There are a number of...

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Water Wisely

So you think watering is a no-brainer? Water for too long, and you engrave an open invitation for fungus. Water too little, and roots become shallow. Water in the evening, and insects come out to feast. Water from too high, and half the moisture is...

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Cactus Care 101

Cacti are easy to grow as long as you play by their rules. Cacti make great houseplants. They’re easy to grow because they’re tough desert dwellers that need little help from you to be healthy. No contemporary, eclectic or midcentury...

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This Summer is "For the Birds"

All Seasons is your local backyard birding headquarters! We have all you need to stock the supplies your feathered friends will love! At All Seasons, you’ll find Premium Seeds such as the following: -5 &20 lb bags of Black Oil...

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Keep Tropicals Blooming

We’ve made it through one month of summer, yet we still have two-three months of scorching heat to endure.  And to the degree of which you are feeling heat fatigue, consider that your plants are most likely feeling the same fatigue. ...

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Fabulous Ferns

Ferns add texture and interest to your home and garden, whether they mingle with other plants or stand alone as beautiful specimens. Staghorn Fern Staghorn, also known as elkhorn ferns, are eye-catching when they’re mounted on a wall and...

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Don't Commit Crape Murder

We’re all enjoying Louisiana’s “Summer Tree,” the Crape Myrtle blooming in bright tones all around Acadiana. Unfortunately, these are among the most abused trees in Louisiana’s residential and commercial landscapes....

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How to Freeze Bellpeppers

Freezing bell peppers is easier than you think. They hold up well in the freezer and can speed up your meal prep time. Materials Needed fresh bell peppers sharp knife cutting board baking sheet parchment paper plastic storage...

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This Summer, Think Fall: Plant Pumpkins

Try planting pumpkins now- this summer! Pumpkins come in several sizes and colors, and are popular for fall decorations. The ideal time to plant pumpkin seeds is from mid-June to July 4. This should give you pumpkins by Halloween. The recommended...

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Extreme Summer Playhouse

Playhouses and tree forts have come a long way from a couple of planks of wood in a tree. More than just a place for the kids to play, extreme playhouses and tree forts take outdoor living to the next level and with a little extra work, can be a...

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