Oh My Grass! – A short guide to ornamental grasses

Ornamental Grasses How does ornamental grass grow? She’s back! That’s right, Jane is back and ready to take your call. Today, we talk about Ornamental Grass and how it grows.  Jane will discuss proper sun and shade necessity for each plant. She will tell us how large these grasses will become at their mature size

July Garden Tips

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  • 29 June 2017
July is going to be hot, Hot, HOT! This is the time of year where that weather and humidity really pushes the limit. However, you can beat the heat and the July month with ease as long as you follow some small tips. You will find below a list of watering info that could save

Wine Note: Popping the Corks to the Garden

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  • 29 June 2017
We all have nights where we uncork and unwind, some of us more than others. However, a bottle of wine doesn’t need to be seen as a bad thing, but rather as a garden project. (You think we are crazy, but just hang tight) A wine bottle consists of two things, the bottle and the

Annuals- Live Fast, Die Young

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  • 24 June 2017
What’s Our Advice?  As of Wednesday (June 21st, 2017) it is now officially summer! Summer is such a great time to enjoy being outside. This includes time at the beach, parks, vacations, or even the oasis of your own backyard. Time should be spent enjoying the summer, not working through it. We are not beach

3 Ways to Enhance the Looks of Custom Flower Pots

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  • 12 June 2017
When the hot weather kicks heat up a notch, planter containers and pots become a garden lover’s new best friend. Just because the heat is out and soil can’t take new plant growth does not mean a lack of creativity needs to happen. Planter containers and pots have no rules or limitations other than providing

June Planting in Fayetteville, NC

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  • 05 June 2017
June weather in Fayetteville, NC is always unpredictable. However, with the hottest weather not here yet it is a great time to still plant. The soil is not as hot in June and can retain moisture just a bit longer here in Fayetteville. June is not only a great time for planting color in your