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    Protect Your Shrubs & Trees From Winter’s Savage Wind

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      Now that we’ve had our first taste of winter, it’s time to think about protecting your woody plants from winter damage. When winter winds blow air over the leaf or needle surface, it pulls moisture out at a time when the roots are incapable […]

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    Prepare Your Garden For Winter

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    Autumn is a fantastic time for gardening. Take advantage of our warm soil temperatures which run 60 degrees and warmer. There is plenty of time to plant perennial shrubs, trees, herbaceous perennials, winter annuals, and spring flowering bulbs.  Following some basic fall garden tips will […]

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    Tis the Season to Select Your Tree

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    As our annual holiday open house approaches, our green thumb staff has been busy transforming our nursery into a magical tree wonderland where your family will love picking out the perfect Christmas tree. We are often asked, which fresh cut tree varieties are the best […]

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    Watering: A Goldilocks Dilemma

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    Proper watering is just about the most difficult challenge that gardeners face; especially this year with summer weather bringing record breaking heat and arid conditions that has lasted several weeks.   How a rain event works! When asked how often to water, or how much, I […]

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