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All Seasons Blog

Care for Roses in Summer

  Summer heat can stress many plants in the landscape. One of the plants not especially happy during extreme heat of mid-late summer are most roses. Proper care is important as roses enter this most stressful time of the year. Regular...

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Hydrangeas 101

Hydrangeas are among the most popular of garden plants and also some of the most confusing. What color will the flowers be? How can I change colors? How can I use them for arrangements? The first step in answering these questions...

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Spring Hydrangea Guide

As spring finally awakens, there is no doubt that we will begin to see bursts of color throughout the landscape. While we are grateful for these spring flowers, we are also anxiously awaiting the return of one of our favorite blooms. The...

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Cut Flower Garden Bouquets

Who doesn’t love a vase of fresh cut flowers? It’s like bringing the garden into your home. It provides beautiful color and fragrance, and if kept properly, the bouquet can last for days. You don’t have to be a professional florist...

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Drift Off to a Dream Landscape

Drift roses are an LSU Louisiana Super Plant selection, and are low-growing landscape roses providing you with easy maintenance and loads of color. Fall is a great time to plant roses because they establish in the cooler weather and provide...

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20 Ways to Make a Small Garden Seem Bigger

Have a small space and big garden dreams? Try a tip or two this Spring! Divide and Conquer It seems counter-productive, but dividing a small space into smaller areas based on function actually helps give a little yard some breathing room. A long...

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Biggest Container Fails

A classic container dazzles with a planting that shows balanced design, contrasting texture and eye-pleasing color combinations. But not every container garden turns out this glorious. Learn about the typical mistakes gardeners make when designing...

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Bougainvillea and Hibiscus

  We all love the tropics- the bright colors and inviting tones! Bring that feeling into your garden with two of the best-looking tropical bloomers! Bougainvilleas enjoy to be “root-bound”, meaning they are an excellent choice...

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Mailbox Garden Plants and Flowers

These annuals, perennials, vines and other hardy growers make great companions for a mailbox garden design. We have HUNDREDS of choices for your mailbox garden, both in perennials and annuals. If short evergreen shrubs, like the shi shi camellia, or...

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Container Gardening: Anchor Containers with Evergreens

It's time to talk containers and how you can make the focal point of your container gardens a permanent fixture. Annuals are great for container gardens, but filling with durable evergreens is just as enjoyable! Try a combination of both, and...

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