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Crape Myrtle Winter Care

Crape Myrtle Winter Care Driving around town, one will notice the “Crape Murder” that is committed year after year. Unfortunately, it is a misconception that the correct way to prune Crape Myrtles is to aggressively “hack” them back. This, however, is incorrect and will have long-term effects on your beautiful Crape Myrtle. Pruning Crape Myrtles does not take a seasoned professional, but it does require some research. Follow these steps for proper crape myrtle winter … Continue reading


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January Gardening Tips

January Gardening Tips New year, new yard! While the winter months may feel daunting, gray, and lackluster, it is an important time to plan and map out your yard for the growing months ahead. Continue reading to learn about the January gardening tips that you should live by! 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 … Continue reading


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Fall Annuals with Jane

Fall Annuals with Jane Did you know that Green Biz will install spring and fall annuals at your house or place of business? In this video, install fall annuals with Jane! For an estimate, click here!  Visit our Facebook page!   


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Why You Should Mulch Before Winter

Why You Should Mulch Before Winter Many times, we do things in and around our yard because we see others doing it. Keeping up with the Joneses is a real thing! Some of the monthly garden tasks that are being performed are generally more aesthetic and may not have much of a benefit to the overall survival and health of the landscape. However, there are some tasks that are both aesthetically pleasing to the eye … Continue reading


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December Gardening Tips

December Gardening Tips Many of your plants are going into hibernation, but that doesn’t mean you can go into hibernation, too. As usual, there is always work to be done when it comes to your yard. Keep reading our December gardening tips to stay on task during the winter! Do I need to fertilize during the winter? This is a common question we receive every winter. The short answer to this question is no; you … Continue reading


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November Gardening Tips

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November Gardening Tips It is the most wonderful time of the year…almost! Before the Christmas season is upon us, there are some chores to be accomplished outdoors! Continue reading to learn our November gardening tips! Rake, Rake, Rake, & Rake Some More! ‘Tis the season to rake leaves! While the fall foliage can be beautiful and breath-taking, the aftermath is quite laborious. Regardless of the amount that you may have to rake, it is imperative … Continue reading


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October Gardening Tips

October Gardening Tips Ah, yes, the beginning of fall. We North Carolinians love the fall season. For us, it means less humidity and less heat. Unfortunately, we will still experience, 80 degree days for several more weeks even though the rest of the country is “falling” into colorful leaves, pumpkins, flannels, and everything fall. Until then, we still have some gardening duties that need some attention. Continue reading for your October Gardening Tips! Plant, Plant, … Continue reading


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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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