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  • Pike Nurseries, Matthews

    NOW OPEN! We are proud to join the Matthews community. Please stop by our Grand Opening Garden Party Celebration Thursday, October 20th, 4 - 8 pm for great Grand Opening specials, wine and light bites. Be sure to register to win a Dream Garden Giveaway while you're here! Grand Opening Specials   Pike Nurseries [...] Read Full Article
  • Pretty Perennials

  • Perfect Perennials

    Color your summer garden with perennial blooms and foliage that you will enjoy year after year. The greenhouses are full of the beautiful blooms and foliage of some of our favorite perennials including Agapanthus, Coreopsis, Delosperma, Echinacea, Daylilies, Heuchera, Hostas, Lantana, Rudbeckia, Salvia, Sedum, and Verbena. Annuals vs Perennials: Differences Explained [...] Read Full Article
  • Pretty Perennials

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  • Garden to Grill Tips: Herb Bundle Basting Brush

    Want to make your BBQ even more flavorful? Make a basting brush using a bundle of herbs! Each time you rub sauce on your meat you'll be adding more herbal flavor!  Choose sturdy and flavorful herbs such as rosemary, thyme, oregano and sage. Cut stems 5 - 6 inches long. Strip [...] Read Full Article
  • Summer flowers

  • Begonia Big is a Big Deal!

    With so many new and interesting plants for the garden becoming available every season, it’s pretty easy to overlook the humble begonia and head toward an exciting new tropical or ornamental grass. BIG mistake!  Begonia Big is about as easy, and as Big as it gets. The name really says [...] Read Full Article
  • 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
  • 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
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