Winter Seminars & Workshops

Winter is the perfect time of year to begin thinking about your garden and how to improve upon it next Spring. It’s also a great time to focus on your houseplants and the many benefits they provide during the cold, dreary months of January and February. Join us for...
Hot Weather Watering Guidelines

Hot Weather Watering Guidelines

Hot! Hot! Hot! With daily temperatures upwards of 90 degrees and no appreciable rainfall, water is crucial to keeping your plants alive. Take a moment to review our hot weather watering guidelines and remember to check your plants regularly for moisture. How Much?...
Hot Summer Color with Crape Myrtle

Hot Summer Color with Crape Myrtle

Years ago, Crape Myrtle trees could only be enjoyed by our neighbors in the south. They were not hardy enough to live through our cold winter months and instead thrived only in warmer climates like North Carolina. Luckily many of those southern varieties have been...
Recipe for a Beautiful Summer Garden

Recipe for a Beautiful Summer Garden

The fourth of July is, in my opinion, one of the best times to take a serious look at the landscape. The roses and hydrangea are blooming, my shrubs are growing and I’m about to have a bunch of barbeques near the pool. Ask yourself a few key questions: Am I happy (or...