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Late Spring Tips for a Successful Potted Garden

Windy City – No Not Chicago      Tips to safeguard your HOT Potted Garden  I love watching wind farms! There is something graceful and mesmerizing about them. They are indicative of the strong winds we consistently have in our communities. As weather systems come through bringing high winds, we find those areas of our homes…

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Five Tips for a Worry-Free Summer in your Desert Pots

We have had a hot start to the southwest U.S. desert this spring. Many of you might be saying, “What spring?” The entire southwest has been running 10 degrees above normal jumping us into an early period of the 90’s. I have heard too many people already complaining about the heat. However, May is a…

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Still Time to Get Potted for the Holidays!

Eding a Driveway with more than a railing

Potted – in your container gardens that is! Last-Minute Ideas for your pots Plant annuals under or around your potted permanent plants. Go to the nursery and choose flowers that go with your holiday color scheme. Choose from the list below or get help from your local nursery staff Plant these plants right into the…

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Don’t neglect your hot August garden now

[kc_row full_width=”stretch_row” video_bg_url=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dOWFVKb2JqM” parallax_speed=”1″ parallax_background_size=”yes”][kc_column width=”12/12″][kc_column_text] Did that headline make you feel guilty? I know it’s been/is hot, and humid in many areas and for some, monsoons have brought major rains. Who wants to go outside to do more than the absolutely necessary tasks? Set out to accomplish these few manageable jobs and you will prepare your container…

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Potted Desert Garden Care in February

How do you remember our winter so far this year? Rainy, chilly, downright cold? Do not let a warm week in February allow you to think that winter is over. We can and most likely will have freezing temperatures this month and possible into March. Average last frost date is March 15 and remember –…

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