Winston’s Plant of the Month – Forsythia

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  Welcome back! Winston here with this month’s Winston Wednesday! Today I want to share with you a cool spring flowering shrub called Forsythia. Did you know Forsythia originate from Asia? Here are a few fun facts: In our zone, Forsythia are usually the first woody shrub to flower. Which means they are the first… Read more »

Protect Your Spring Flowering Bulbs

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Protect your spring flowering bulbs from deer and rabbits this spring. Early spring flowering bulbs such as Crocus are beginning to show life as green peaks through the mulch. Are you prepared to deter the rabbits and deer from your landscape? Rabbits absolutely love Crocus and will devour it the second it begins to show…. Read more »

8 Garden Tasks To Complete This Fall

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8 Garden Tasks To Complete This Fall is your fall to do list for a happy and healthy landscape. •Cut down perennials and grasses Perennials and Ornamental Grasses can be cut down in Spring or Fall. In some situations perennials and ornamental grasses offer beautiful color and texture throughout the winter season and are therefore… Read more »

How to Create a Spring Planter

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Step 1: Go Shopping! Spring is a tough time of year to keep outdoor planters looking fresh because of the inconsistent weather and short bloom periods. The first decision to be made is if artificial flowers will be used, real flowers, or a combination of both. Once this decision has been made, the real planning… Read more »