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Cover photo for February Lawn and Garden Tips

February Lawn and Garden Tips

Pruning February is the best time of year for major pruning and shaping of most trees and ornamental shrubs. At …

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January Horticulture Tips

January Horticulture Tips Winter Watering – Evergreen plants continue to take up moisture in the winter. When the ground is …

Cover photo for 2024 Annual Berry Plant Sale

2024 Annual Berry Plant Sale

Our 2024 Berry Plant Sale has begun. Orders must be placed no later than February 26th. The plants will …

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December Lawn and Garden Tips

House Plant Care – Most houseplants are tropical and the house environment can be stressful. The biggest problem is …

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November Lawn and Garden Tips

Tree & Shrub Planting Fall is the ideal time for planting evergreens, conifers and deciduous plants. The cool weather and warm …

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