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Winter Outdoor Plant Care Tips

Winter Outdoor Plant Care Tips Most plants in your landscape can handle the cold our winters bring to Fayetteville, NC. But, there are times when the temperatures get lower than many plants can tolerate. These subfreezing temperatures can damage the foliage of many cold hardy plants and root systems! Continue reading to learn our Winter Outdoor Plant Care Tips and how to protect your plants this winter. Can you still plant in the cold? Yes, … Continue reading


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January Gardening Tips

January Gardening Tips New year, new you! How about new year, new yard! While January may seem like a month of rest, there is plenty to accomplish in your yard! Continue reading to learn our January Gardening Tips! Cut back all perennials While this is a task that should have been performed after the first frost, it isn’t too late to take action. In doing so, one should cut the perennial back to the ground. … Continue reading


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Winter Blooming Evergreens

Winter Blooming Evergreens Many homeowners are surprised to learn of winter blooming plants. They are even more surprised to learn that these plants are evergreens! When building a landscape design, it is essential to create a landscape that provides year-round interest, which includes winter-blooming evergreens. Continue reading to learn Jane’s top recommendations for winter-blooming evergreens! Camellias Camellias are an excellent evergreen shrub to include in your landscape design! With over 200 known species of Camellias, … Continue reading


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December Gardening Tips

December Gardening Tips December is the time when we reflect on the passing year. It also serves as a time reserved for planning and preparation for the upcoming gardening season. While there may not be much to do outdoors, some questions must be answered! Continue reading to learn our December gardening tips! Is fertilizing during the winter months necessary? Many homeowners wonder if it is necessary to fertilize during the winter months. The answer to … Continue reading


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November Gardening Tips

November Gardening Tips With summer behind us, it is time to transition into fall…if you haven’t already done so! With colder weather and Christmas right around the corner, there are plenty of outdoor tasks to mark off your list while the weather permits! Continue reading to learn our recommended November Gardening Tips! Irrigation Winterization Perhaps one of the most important tasks to complete this month is to winterize your irrigation system. Completing this task will … Continue reading


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Planting for Fall Color

Planting for Fall Color When designing a landscape, it is essential to add plant material that produces colors throughout the year. If you are lucky enough to live in an area that goes through a true fall, you can plant with fall foliage in mind. Continue reading to learn Janes’s top recommendations when planting for fall color! Maples Maples are the epitome of fall color. Many people travel to the mountains of North Carolina and … Continue reading


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Top Reasons to Plant in the Fall

Top Reasons to Plant in the Fall Many homeowners are surprised to learn that spring is not the best season to landscape your yard. While spring is a good time to plant, it isn’t the best season. In Fayetteville, NC the fall season is the mildest in temperatures and provides the most consistent rain. Continue reading to learn the top reasons to plant in the fall. You Can Enjoy the Fruits of Your Labor When … Continue reading


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October Gardening Tips

October Gardening Tips Fall has arrived, and we couldn’t be more thrilled! The cool, crisp air is here, and the leaves are beginning to change. The scent of pumpkin-flavored everything has filled our homes. There is plenty to do during this season to keep us busy outside. Continue reading to learn our October gardening tips. Fall is for Planting! Fall is the best time to plant in Fayetteville, NC! The temperatures are milder, and the … Continue reading


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September Garden Tips

September Garden Tips Can you believe summer is already over? Where did the time go? With Labor Day almost here, it is time to get into gear for fall! While it may not be spring, there is plenty to do during fall to keep you busy in your yard. Please continue reading to learn our September garden tips! Prepare for Fall Plantings Fall is the best time to plant in Fayetteville, North Carolina. Our temperatures … Continue reading


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How to Make Your Crape Myrtle Bloom All Summer Long

How to Make Your Crape Myrtle Bloom All Summer Long Besides Southern Magnolias, Crape Myrtles are the iconic tree of the Southeastern United States. Known for its crepe-like flowers, this tree can withstand the scorching summer temperatures and even our drought-like conditions. While the crape myrtle is a reasonably resilient tree, there are still some basic TLC tasks that can help your crape myrtle thrive and bloom longer during the summer. Continue reading to learn … Continue reading


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