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Fall is the Best Time to Plant

Fall is the Best Time to Plant It is a common thought that the best time to plant is in the spring. But given our climate in Fayetteville, NC, the optimal time to plant is in the fall! Continue reading to learn why fall is the best time to plant! Better for the Plants Planting in the fall is better for the plants! Typically in the fall, we have more rain and milder temperatures. Fall … Continue reading


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September Garden Tips

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September Garden Tips Labor Day Weekend is the official end of summer. For some, this is a sad time, which involves leaving behind weekends at the beach full of the ocean, sun, and cookouts. And for others, Labor Day indicates that cooler temperatures, pumpkins, and fall plantings are right around the corner! If you are saddened by the end of summer, pick your head up and put your energy elsewhere! Roll up those sleeves and … Continue reading


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What is Transplant Shock?

What is Transplant Shock? Have you ever planted a shrub or tree and noticed yellowing leaves about one week after installation? Did you notice leaf drop? If so, this was probably transplant shock! What is transplant shock? What Causes Transplant Shock? Transplant shock is caused by stress to your plants at the time of installation or movement from its original container. All shrubs and trees, whether small or large, may show signs of transplant shock. … Continue reading


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August Garden Tips

August Garden Tips Unlike the past couple of months, August isn’t a chore-heavy month. August is more of a water and repeat month, with a couple of to-dos dabbled in the middle. The kids are getting ready to go back to school, which may (or may not) free up some time. To stay on top of things, you still have some tasks to mark off of your list. Continue reading for the August Garden Tips: Create … Continue reading


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Rose Rosette Disease

Rose Rosette Disease Rose Rosette Disease has been popping all over town. It is readily identifiable by its characteristics and can make your prettiest rose look like a completely different plant. Continue reading to learn more about Rose Rosette Disease, how to prevent it, and how to get rid of it if your roses have become infected. What is Rose Rosette Disease? Rose Rosette Disease, or better known as Witches’ Broom, is a virus that … Continue reading


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July Garden Tips

July Garden Tips Well, summer has arrived, and we are already counting down the days until Fall. It is hot and humid, and let’s face it, who wants to do yard work right now? While it may be easy to neglect your yard, these summer months are the most important. Continue reading for all of the pertinent July garden tips! Mid-Season Feeding By now, some of your plants may be looking a little tired. It wouldn’t … Continue reading


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Irrigation Care Plan

Irrigation Care Plan  Green Biz is pleased to offer an Irrigation Care Plan. This Care Plan is designed to cover and care for your irrigation system throughout the entire year. The Irrigation Care Plan is valued at $265, but is available for $185!  What is Included in the Irrigation Care Plan? Our Irrigation Care Plan includes irrigation activation, irrigation winterization, and a discounted service call fee during the year. The irrigation activation is completed in … Continue reading


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June Garden Tips

June is here, and so is the rain, which is promptly accompanied by weeds and garden chores. Follow these June Garden Tips to keep your yard in check! Deadhead! Yes, it is that serious. Deadheading is merely the removal of spent blooms. Deadhead all spring flowers. Removing the dead blooms will promote new blooms and keep these flowers going strong! Cut deep into the plant and not at the end of the finished bloom. For annuals, … Continue reading


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Slime Mold on Mulch

Slime Mold on Mulch is a common occurrence when the temperature and humidity both rise. When combined with organic matter, such as hardwood mulch, slime mold flourishes and spreads quickly. While unsightly, slime mold is not harmful to humans or animals. Continue reading to learn more about slime mold on mulch! What is Slime Mold on Mulch? Slime mold goes by many names. Some common names are dog vomit, scrambled eggs, and bark barf. Slime … Continue reading


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May Garden Tips

Spring is here, and we couldn’t be more excited! With the warmer weather, comes the long to-do list. But don’t fret, this is the gratifying part of gardening and yard work. Once you are done, sit back, relax and enjoy your hard work. Follow these May Garden Tips to stay on top of your yard work! Herbs & Vegetables It is officially spring in Fayetteville, NC, so it is safe to plant your vegetables and … Continue reading


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