Dreaming of a White Garden?
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I’ve been dreaming of a white garden. How about you? Well, I can help you get started on bringing your dream to a reality. Some of the most famous gardens in the world are white gardens (Sissinghurst Castle Garden). The … Read More

Garden Inspiration : “To plant a four season landscape…”
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“To plant a “Four Seasons Landscape,” among other things Susan Roth suggests : ┬áDevelop garden bones with evergreen trees, shrubs, ground-covers and perennials. Plant evergreens for year-round greenery and background. Emphasize winter silhouette outlines. Look for plants that are showy … Read More

3 Tips for Tree Survival
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Keep Your New Tree Healthy & Strong! TIP # 1 – Don’t Plant Too Deep When planting trees aim to make the plant hole as deep as the tree’s container. Many people make the mistake of planting too deep and applying … Read More

Fall Winter Annuals
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Wow, with all this cool weather what a great time for planting your fall/winter annuals or maybe a winter vegetable garden. Because we live in the lower Southeast you can take advantage of cool weather vegetables gardening. Lower temperatures make … Read More

The Kind of “Naked Ladies” You Want In Your Yard This fall.
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      Naked ladies are the common name for several plants: lycoris, belladonna lilies and occasionally others. All share the trait of producing tall, eye catching flower stalks in late summer while their foliage is not present, hence the … Read More

Straight Out of A Dream : Jacaranda Trees
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Jacaranda trees LOVE full exposure to the sun…just like all of us here in Jacksonville, right? This tree is resistant to most diseases and pests; so you won’t need to worry about it getting sick which is one less thing … Read More