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July Garden Tips

July Garden Tips July can be one of the most difficult months in your yard. The temperatures are steadily rising, and rain is not as plentiful as it was a couple of months ago. While this is normal for Fayetteville, NC, it can still be challenging to keep your newly sodded lawn and freshly installed plants happy and thriving. Keep reading to learn our July garden tips! Mulch is Your Best Friend If you recently … Continue reading


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June Garden Tips

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 … Continue reading


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How to Create a Privacy Fence with Plants

How to Create a Privacy Fence with Plants Unless you live on multiple acres with woods all around, you are probably looking for cost-effective solutions that provide privacy. Even if you are fortunate enough to love your neighbors, you still likely desire privacy for you and your family. Continue reading to learn how to create a privacy fence with plants! Determine Desired Height of Screening There are several varieties of plants that you can use … Continue reading


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May Gardening Tips

May Gardening Tips Spring is finally here! Living in North Carolina means we get to experience a true spring. The days are warm, and the nights are cool – the perfect combination! Since it is warming up a bit, it is time to get outside and tackle your yard! Continue reading to learn our May gardening tips!  Herbs & Vegetables Now that we have passed the threat of freezes and frosts, it is safe to … Continue reading


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How to Install a Fountain

How to Install a Fountain By adding a fountain and the sound of water to your landscape, you can create your very own backyard oasis! The sound of water has been proven to decrease stress. Additionally, adding a fountain can break up the monotony of plants with a bright pop of color! Continue reading to learn how to install a fountain in your yard! Select Fountain If you don’t already have a fountain, you will … Continue reading


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April Gardening Tips

April Gardening Tips It is the most beautiful time of the year! Springtime in North Carolina is unlike any other state’s spring. The temperatures are perfect, the sun is shining, the birds are chirping, the grasses are green, and the flowers have just begun to bloom. Here are a few April gardening tips to help you get the wheelbarrow rolling! Testing Your Soil Having your soil tested is very important for the overall health of … Continue reading


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How to Get Rid of Winter Weeds in Your Lawn

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How to Get Rid of Winter Weeds in Your Lawn Weeds can be unsightly and unruly at times. In this video, Jane describes some steps to take to help prevent and get rid of those unwanted weeds. Continue reading to learn how to get rid of winter weeds in your lawn. Pre-Emergent The best way to get rid of weeds is to stop them before they even emerge. The best solution to achieve this is … Continue reading


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March Gardening Tips

March Gardening Tips Spring is on its way! Make the best use of your garden bed in March using these March Gardening Tips! Fertilize Now is the time to begin fertilizing shrubs and shade trees as they break out of dormancy. This will give an extra boost to the plant material that has been “sleeping” all winter. Construct If you don’t already have a raised garden bed, now is the time to construct the bed! … Continue reading


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February Garden Tips

February Garden Tips Wondering how to make the best use of your garden bed in February? Check out these February garden tips below! Mulch or Pine Straw Mulch or install pine straw your beds, if you haven’t already done so. Doing this will protect the roots of shrubs, trees, and perennials from the winter temperatures that we may or may not experience. If you have any newly installed plant material, it is recommended that you … Continue reading


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Landscapes with Year-Round Interest

Landscapes with Year-Round Interest Winter can be a tough season. The days are short, the air is cold, and the skies are gray. In addition to the gloomy weather, the yard is looking a bit lackluster. Wouldn’t it be great to have a landscape that provides year-round interest? Join Jane as she discusses the plants to use when creating landscapes with year-round interest! Coral Bark Japanese Maple Fall provides a colorful palette for us to … Continue reading


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