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All Seasons Blog

Fresh Ideas for Winter "Gardening"

  Is daydreaming about Spring all you've been doing lately? You need a winter hobby! 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...

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Don't Quit your Landscape in Winter

The winter months provide us an opportunity to focus on landscape planning, planting and maintenance. It may seem counterintuitive, but once temperatures have cooled, it is the perfect time for planting trees and shrubs in the landscape. The winter...

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What's Your Birth Month Flower?

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

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Citrus in Cold Weather

  Information on Citrus & Cold Weather/Acquired from LSU Ag Center Protection of citrus trees becomes important when severe freezes occur. Citrus types vary in their tolerance of cold. For example, Satsumas are the most cold-hardy, and do...

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Poinsettia Care through Winter (and Beyond)

This iconic holiday plant has tropical roots. Get tips on keeping your poinsettia looking its best all year. Perhaps no flower represents the winter holidays like the poinsettia. However, these festive plants, which range from the traditional...

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Christmas Cactus Care

Easy growing tips for this seasonal favorite. The Christmas cactus is a long lived plant with flat, segmented stems. Most of the year its appearance is fairly unassuming. Some potted green in the corner of the living room or parked under...

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Cyclamen: Holiday & Cool Season Favorite

Cyclamen plants add a splash of color to shady spot, a container garden. The red and white blooms are ideal as holiday garden centerpieces or given as a gift to someone special. Want other colors besides the holiday classic combination? Shades of...

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Amaryllis: A Beauty Bulb

Amaryllis bulbs are easy to grow and produce blooms to captivate you.  They can be grown indoors or out, and over an extended period of time.  Wondering where they are native? Amaryllis originated in South America's tropical regions...

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Planting Your Own Orchard

  Nothing tastes better than homegrown fruits and vegetables.  The whole process, from planting the tree, to harvesting the fruit. It is so rewarding.  You literally get to eat the fruits of your own labor!  Maybe you...

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American Beautyberry: a True American Native

American beautyberry (Callicarpa americana) is a native shrub of North America. It can be found growing naturally in southeastern woodlands and along the edges of forests from Oklahoma and Texas all through the South and on up into Maryland. It can...

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