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  • April Lawn & Garden Tips

    In the Garden Color Your Garden. If no frost is in the forecast, plant colorful annuals (plants that have a lifecycle of one growing season) like petunias, geraniums and marigolds in the sun and coleus, impatiens and green-leaf begonias in the shade. Spring has Sprung. Plant just about anything your heart desires [...] Read Full Article
  • March Lawn and Garden Tips

    In the Garden Start Planting. Start planting or filling in the backbone of your garden with trees, shrubs and vines. Prune Camellias. Once camellias are done blooming give them a light pruning and then feed them with EB Stone 100% organic Azalea, Camellia and Gardenia Food. Scrumptious Strawberries. Mid to late March is [...] Read Full Article
  • February Lawn & Garden Tips

    In the Garden Don’t Forget your Sweetheart. Roses are always a favorite and Pike Nurseries has the best selection of rose bushes. Blooming azaleas, hydrangeas and tulips are also beautiful. Plant Daphne. Winter daphne (daphne odora) is in bloom. Plant by entrances and walkways and enjoy its sweet scent. Prune Now, Enjoy this [...] Read Full Article
  • January Lawn & Garden Tips

    In the Garden Plant & Transplant: Trees and non-blooming shrubs can be easily planted and transplanted now so they can develop their root system before the Southern summer heat arrives. Wait for a warm day when the ground is not frozen or overly wet. Protect Plants for the Cold. If a freeze [...] Read Full Article
  • December Lawn & Garden Tips

    In the Garden Decorate for Christmas. Put up fresh, fragrant wreath and garland and wrap the house in Christmas lights. There’s Still Time. Plant Daffodil bulbs now for spring blooms, as well as Hyacinths, Crocus and Tulips. Prune Evergreen Plants Now. Use Juniper, Holly, Magnolia and Fir cuttings in wreaths, table arrangement and [...] Read Full Article
  • November Lawn & Garden Tips

    In the Garden Plant Color that Lasts Fall, Winter & Spring. Plant Lenten Rose (Helleborus orientalis). It’s an evergreen perennial that blooms fall, winter or early spring and comes in an array of colors. Fertilize pansy beds with 100% organic E.B. Stone Fall Flower and Pansy Food. Plant Camellias, the jewels of the [...] Read Full Article
  • October Lawn & Garden Tips

    In the Garden Color for the Garden and Pots. Plant blooming Snapdragons, Violas and Pansies for fall and winter color. Try planting Ornamental Mustard, Kale or Cabbage for exciting foliage color. Fall is the time to plant or transplant shrubs.  Water newly transplanted shrubs thoroughly. Plant Now for Spring Color. Plant Spring flowering [...] Read Full Article
  • September Lawn & Garden Tips

    In the Garden Fall is for Planting. Enjoy fall shrubs with blooms and berries such as Encore Azaleas, Camellias, Witch Hazel, Cotoneaster, Dogwoods, Beautyberry, Holly, Honeysuckle and Pyracantha. Divide or transplant spring-blooming perennials. More Color Please. Bring back the color in your garden by replanting a fall crop of annual flowers - Geraniums [...] Read Full Article
  • August Lawn & Garden Tips

    In the Garden Dead-Head for Continuous Blooms. Continue to remove faded blooms on annuals such as geraniums, marigolds, petunias, salvia, verbena and zinnias. Doing so will keep the plants blooming and not going to seed. Rejuvenate Annuals. By this point in the summer, some annuals may have become spindly or leggy. It is [...] Read Full Article
  • What abundant rain means for your garden

    Here are some helpful tips on what you can do in your garden when it rains day after day. Atlanta News, Weather, Traffic, and Sports | FOX 5   Fertilize The rain leaches nutrients from the soil, which means it's more important to fertilize; this is especially true in hanging baskets, window boxes [...] Read Full Article
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