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August Gardening to do List

Plants like azaleas and camellias will benefit from a little extra water this month. Most established plants need about one inch of water per week to perform at their best. Water until you see run off, and the best time is between 6-10am. The...

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August = Hummingbirds in Acadiana

In mid-August, the Ruby-Throated Hummingbirds are back in our area for their fall migration! Since you can expect to see increasing numbers of them, stock your feeders and yard with plants to attract & fuel them for their long journey...

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Plants to Attract Hummingbirds

Want to appeal to hummingbirds? Consider these flowers they love to visit. Little John Bottlebrush Hummingbirds love these red “bottle-brush-“ shaped blooms that pop out at the perfect time hummingbirds are fluttering fast through...

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Fall "Head Over Heels" for these Hibiscus Varieties

With several hundred types of hibiscus, one could write a book on this plant alone — and many have done so. The name hibiscus gets its origins from the ancient Greek word “hibiskos,” which means marsh mallow or white mallow. Greek...

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Use Summer to Plan your Fall Garden

Summertime is the best time to just sit back and enjoy your garden. And while you’re at it, you can start thinking about fall gardening. Other than watering, occasional fertilizing and weed upkeep (mostly mechanically because chemicals can no...

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Gettin' Figgy with it

It’s fig season in Louisiana! Figs (Ficus carica) are native to the Middle East and Western Asia but have become naturalized here in North America. The trees are deciduous and can grow to an average of 10 to 30 feet with branches typically...

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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 and more:  -5 &20 lb bags...

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Houseplants

House plants are not only popular but are actually an important part of an interior environment. They are proven to actually take toxins like Benzene and Formaldehyde out of interior environments. NASA began looking at these things in the 80’s...

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Tropical Sod Webworm Returns

  If you are thinking Déjà vu when it comes to seeing moths flying around your lawn again, you are right.  I have found a lawn in the Lafayette area that is under attack by Tropical Sod Webworms.  Adult moths captured...

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Ways to Conserve Water in Your Garden and Landscape

Learn easy ways to save water and still have a head-turning landscape. Use an Adjustable Sprinkler Conserving water in the landscape starts with re-thinking the ways you use and apply water to plantings. Trade in a non-adjustable oscillating...

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