Annuals, Herbs, Outdoor Living, Spring Gardening, Summer Gardening

Thrill, Fill and Spill

  Did you miss our Thrill, Fill and Spill Seminar last weekend?  If you aren’t familiar with this technique and weren’t able to attend the seminar, keep reading!  The Thrill, Fill, Spill technique helps you to create gorgeous plant combinations for your containers.   First, let’s quickly break down what each term relates to. Thrill   …

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Attention Homeowners: Does this look familiar?

Maybe you aren’t familiar with this image either.  We need rain desperately.  And if we say we need rain, we really mean it.  It’s bad.  It’s a complete dust bowl and every living thing is unhappy.  And if you haven’t watering ….. well ….. I can’t even comment. How we can help?  We have some …

Summer Gardening

Taking Care of Your Container Plants in the Summer

The rainy weather may have brought cooler temperatures this week, but make no mistake, summer is on the way! Last week’s temps should serve as a reminder for the scorching heat that North Carolina summers will bring. As you focus on staying cool and hydrated in the summer weather, don’t forget to think about your container …

Herbs, Perennials, Summer Gardening

What’s All the Fuss About Basil?

The weather is heating up outside which means summer is almost here. As you look for summer herbs to spruce up your vegetable garden, look no further than basil.  This summer herb is easy to grow, loves the sunlight, and comes in multiple varieties. Basil also has many culinary uses, with the herb’s fragrance and …

Perennials

Perennials for Pollinators: Attract Bees and Butterflies to your Garden

Grow these perennial flowers to attract pollinators to your home garden! Remember, the most important step is to provide nectar-rich sources of food throughout the growing season. Make sure you include food sources for larvae if you’re attracting butterflies (name listed with a * below)   Spring Perennials for Pollinators Growing plants that bloom early in …