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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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Poinsettia

Poinsettia Care

Poinsettias are the most popular houseplants for Christmas in the United States.  Their showy bracts can come in red, pink, white, cream, peach or even green and burgundy.   With the proper care, this houseplant can last long after Christmas and…

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Winterizer

Winterizing Lawn

Fall is the best time to fertilize fescue lawns. During the fall, fescue grass uses fertilizer to develop a stronger root system and store energy for the following year. A lawn properly fed in the fall will be healthier and…

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African Violet

African Violet Care

African Violets are arguably the best houseplants for reblooming and adding color to the indoors.  Plant breeders have also created lots of interesting colors, flower shapes, and even variegated leaves for this old favorite.  African violets are generally forgiving if…

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Air Plant

Air Plant Care

Air plants or Tillandsias are interesting plants which don't need soil to grow and are attractive for their low maintenance. They do have different requirements than most plants, however. While misting is helpful for them if they're in a dry…

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Sprayer

Lawn Renovation

Deciding to overseed your existing lawn or scrap the entire thing and start from scratch can be a difficult decision. Usually, if less than 50% of the lawn is grass, then you want to start from scratch. Late summer and…

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