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Post-Hurricane To Do List

Post-Hurricane To Do List Well, Hurricane Florence has come and gone, leaving a lasting impact on North Carolina. First off, our thoughts and prayers are with all of those who were affected by the storm. Some people only suffered minimal damage, with one or two singles missing, while others have suffered extensive flood damage. If you were fortunate to have only suffered minor damages, here is a Post-Hurricane To Do List to help you get started … Continue reading


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September Garden Tips

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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Irrigation System Basics

Irrigation System Basics For many homeowners, irrigation systems seem intimidating and costly. However, a properly installed irrigation system can save the homeowner time and money. Understanding the different types of irrigation systems and heads is an important aspect when deciding to have a system installed. Each area of your yard may require a different kind of head. The lawn will require a rotor head, whereas a landscape bed will require drip irrigation. Read on to learn … Continue reading


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August Garden Tips

Weed and Feed

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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How to Plant Blueberry Bushes

How to Plant Blueberry Bushes In a world of hustle and bustle and lackluster produce, there is something so magical about being able to walk out your back door and eat fresh fruit! Blueberries, one of the most popular edible fruits, are extremely easy to grow in Fayetteville, NC. As such, it never hurts to do your research before planting! Continue reading to get the 411 on how to plant blueberry bushes! Two Different Varieties … 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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How to Select Sod For Fayetteville, NC

How to Select Sod For Fayetteville, NC: Selecting the Appropriate Sod for Your Yard Sod can be a very intimidating topic for some homeowners. With so many varieties of sod to choose from, selecting the appropriate sod for your yard and soil can be a daunting task. If you are in the market for sod, read on to discover the best sod for Fayetteville, NC and the correct one for your yard. Soil conditions for … 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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Hiding Structures with Landscaping

Hiding Structures with Landscaping Hiding structures with landscaping  The old saying “out of sight, out of mind” isn’t always true when it comes to the necessary evil of pump houses, sheds, or other structures throughout the yard. Sometimes, it takes a little work to make a pump house disappear. Show this area a little bit of TLC and soon it won’t be an eyesore. Follow these steps to hide your pump house in plain sight: Create … Continue reading


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Inside the Nursery

Inside the Nursery Maintaining a 120-acre nursery is no small feat. It requires multiple crews to plant, maintain and fill orders for customers. Take a trip with our Inside Sales Crew, as they show you what their typical day looks like at Green Biz Nursery & Landscaping!  


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