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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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Tricks of the Trade | Landscaping Hacks

Tricks of the Trade Believe it or not, there are tricks of the trade that Green Biz landscaping teams have implemented to become more efficient and design cleaner landscapes. Continue reading to learn Jane’s tricks of the trade! Create a New Edge When Installing Mulch When installing mulch, it is imperative to create a new edge for the landscape bed. But why? Doing this easy and simple step will actually save you time in the … Continue reading


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Evergreen Plants

Evergreen Plants Winter can be a difficult time of year. The skies are gray, the air is cold, and your yard is typically bare and brown. The easiest way to rectify a boring winter landscape is to plant more evergreen plants! Continue reading to learn more about evergreen plants and the best ones to plant for an alive winter landscape! Southern Magnolia The Southern Magnolia is a classic tree to the southern region of the … 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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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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The Benefits of Planting in the Winter

The Benefits of Planting in the Winter Living in Fayetteville, NC, definitely has its perks! We have both the beach and mountains from which to choose, and we have four distinct seasons! Many regions cannot say that. Since we have four seasons, many clients think that spring is the best time to plant. While spring is a good time for landscaping projects, fall and winter are also just as good. Continue reading to learn the … 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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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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Planting Fall Flowers

Planting Fall Flowers Pansies and violas are the classic flowers of fall! Even though they are beautiful, they serve another useful purpose – they last until spring! Planting these classic fall flowers is an easy way to spruce up your landscape beds and container pots to cover you until March or April! Continue reading to learn more about planting fall flowers. Pansies Pansies are the larger flower of the two. Available in solid and mixed … Continue reading


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December Gardening Tips

December Gardening Tips While nature around you is beginning to go to sleep for the winter, the yard warriors must continue on! During this time of year, many questions arise from homeowners. In this blog post, we take a minute to answer some of those questions and tackle our December gardening tips! Do I need to fertilize during the winter? This is a very common question that we are asked every December. The short answer … Continue reading


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