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Attracting Birds

Birds are often a welcome addition to the yard with their pleasant songs, bright colors, and interesting antics. Making your yard a welcoming place for them only takes a few simple steps. Putting out bird feeders is often the first…

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Tulip

Bulbs – when and how to plant

Spring bulbs are some of the first and brightest plants to bloom after winter.  Fall bulbs such as Surprise lilies also bloom at a time when many other landscape plants are starting to look stressed and faded from the long…

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Bermuda Grass Control

Bermuda Grass Control

Undesirable bermudagrass can become a major nuisance in Fescue lawns. This grass spreads aggressively by runners (eventually even invading flower beds,) is a paler green color then fescue, and doesn't green up as quickly in the spring. It is very…

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Hibiscus

Why Aren’t My Annuals Blooming

Annuals may not bloom for a variety of reasons. If your petunias or geraniums suddenly quit blooming, the first thing to check for is budworms. These small green caterpillars that will eat the blooms before the buds even open. Million bells…

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Butterfly On Flower

Attracting Butterflies

When planning to attract butterflies to your garden, it is important to remember the following requirements: 1. Butterflies linger in sunny places! They are "cold blooded" and require warmth to be active. 2. Butterflies linger in places protected from the…

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Onions

Growing Onions

Onions are grown from sets, plants, or seed. Sets are small onion bulbs that are planted in the spring to produce green onions – scallions – or bulbs later in the season. Onions can be grown from seed, but seed…

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