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  • Waterwise Gardening - Water Saving Tips

    Don’t change your garden; change the way you water.   Here are ten simple things you can do to save water outdoors. 1. Water early in the morning Set your automatic sprinklers to run in the early morning and finish before 8am. This will reduce evaporation and will lessen the likelihood of water waste [...] Read Full Article
  • Tell Mosquitoes to Buzz Off!

    With warm weather comes the return of mosquitoes! Here are some ways to keep these pesky bugs from invading your garden and backyard BBQs this summer.  The best way to reduce mosquitoes is to make sure you don’t have any stagnant water. Turn over empty pots, lids, etc. so they don’t collect [...] Read Full Article
  • Critter Control

    Saturday, July 9 at 9 a.m. There are a variety of critters that can potentially cause problems in your garden. Some, like deer, rabbits and moles, wreak havoc on your plants, while others, like snakes and mosquitoes, are more bothersome for you. It’s important to protect your plants and ensure that your garden is a [...] Read Full Article
  • Gardening Basics for Kids

    Wednesday, July 13 at 9 a.m. Gardening is a fun way to learn about the plant life-cycle and it’s also a great skill to learn. In this free class, kids will plant sunflower seeds as they learn the garden basics. After this fun and educational class, kids will enjoy taking the next steps in gardening with you [...] Read Full Article
  • Plant a Pet-Friendly Environment

    Saturday, July 23 at 9 a.m. Homes, backyards and gardens can be a great place for your pets to play, enjoy fresh air and exercise. Creating a pet-friendly space is easy and will give you a peace of mind when your furry friends are inside your home or outside for the day. In this [...] Read Full Article
  • Growing and Repotting Orchids

    Saturday, August 13 at 9 a.m. Orchids are one of the most popular houseplants. They are elegant and graceful, yet easy to care for. An orchid is also a great gift that blooms much longer than cut flowers, and with patience, they can bloom again and again. In this free class, our experts will teach [...] Read Full Article
  • Gardening for Beginners

    Saturday, August 27 at 9 a.m. Even the most experienced gardeners were beginners at one point, and they would be the first to tell you that they’re always learning! So don’t be afraid to try something new and ask questions. In this free class, our experts will teach you all the basics and answer all your questions [...] Read Full Article
  • Endless Summer® Hydrangeas

    Southerners have long had a love affair with hydrangeas. Those big pom-poms of blue or pink blossoms of the most commonly recognized ‘mophead’ hydrangeas bring back memories of spring time in grandma’s garden. One of the most enchanting things about this plant is that its bloom color depends on the [...] Read Full Article
  • Crape Myrtle: The 100 Day Tree

    A Southern favorite, crape myrtles offer a year-round show: gorgeous summer flowers, brilliant fall color, and attractive peeling bark.  Nicknamed the “100 Day Tree” because of its long bloom time, crape myrtles are deer resistant, heat and drought tolerant, and can grow in any type of soil, as long as [...] Read Full Article
  • Custom Indoor and Outdoor Container Gardens

      Decorate your home inside and out with magazine-worthy container gardens. Choose from pre-made, living container gardens designed and planted by well-known Atlanta floral designer Mara Santiago. Want something extra special? Work one-on-one with Mara to create a custom arrangement for your specific style and occasion. Arrange your appointment by contacting [...] Read Full Article
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