World’s Coolest Rain Gauge

World’s Coolest Rain Gauge It never fails. After every winter, we have customers coming into Green Side Up looking for a glass replacement for their rain gauges. Usually, it is because they left the glass tube out all winter. As a result, when the below freezing temperatures rolled in, so did the cracks in the

Garden Tips

  • 02 June 2017
Summer is finally here which means it’s time to really get out and create your blooming, luscious garden and yard. First things first, protect yourself while you are outside. Not only should you lather up in sunscreen, but watch out for mosquitoes. Make sure you do not have excessive standing water around you, in pots,

What is a Fairy Garden?

  • 08 August 2016
A fairy garden is a miniature garden that is said to be attractive to fairies. The plants used in the garden all stay small and resemble larger plants such as shrubs, perennial flowers, and houseplants. Some compare fairy gardens to a dollhouse (but using nature, of course). The presence of fairy gardens in Fayetteville, NC

Holiday Plant Care

  • 15 December 2014
At Green Side Up Gift and Garden Center in Fayetteville NC we sell Christmas trees, poinsettias and other holiday plants. How to Care for Christmas Trees in Fayetteville NC – Make a fresh cut, about an inch at the base of the trunk to help it take up water – Place in stand that can

Fall Friendly Flowers

  • 26 September 2014
We have a variety of fall friendly flowers at our garden center in Fayetteville NC! You may think fall marks the start of chilly weather and the end of your beautiful garden, but that’s not the case! There are plenty of fall friendly flowers out there to enjoy! Some fall friendly flowers include mums, aster,

Garden Center in Fayetteville NC: Herb Garden

  • 11 August 2014
You can find everything you need to start an herb garden at our garden center in Fayetteville NC. Herbs are easy to grow and can be enjoyed in a variety of dishes. Some popular herbs you can grow include basil, parsley, cilantro, dill, mint, rosemary, lavender and oregano. Most herbs are perennial, and grow back