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The Art of Terrariums

We're getting ready for the third event of our Summer Series featuring the art of terrariums. So mark your calendar and join us for our upcoming live event featuring a hands-on terrarium tutorial, an intriguing, mossy-green cocktail, and music to keep you moving provided by our guest DJ.

We’re going live at 4pm on Friday, July 17.
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Planted Terrarium

Summer Series Part III, Terrarium Takeover

Odds are, you do not have a terrarium at home. And why not? They are fun to create, easy to maintain, and these small, indoor gardens are the latest trend in office and home décor. What began as a way to observe bugs in the early 1800s, ultimately changed the way plants were transported around the world, and is now popular with plant enthusiasts who want to bring nature inside. 
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Mulch, Amendments, and Specialty Soils

Mulch, Amendments, and Specialty Soils

Healthy plants start with healthy soil. How do you know if you have what you need to give your new and existing plants a well-rounded environment to grow? Well, it starts from the ground up with mulch, amendments, and specialty soils. Read on to learn more about each.
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July Garden Tasks

July Garden Tasks

The message is loud and clear that it is hot out there. You put a lot of hard work and planning into your yard and garden, and we want to make sure it sails through our hot summers. Read through our July Garden Task list for advice to keep your cool when heat hits your garden. 

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Peach tree with ripe fruit

Fruit Tree Q&A, Part I

Now that fruit trees are starting to produce fruit, we're getting questions. Our garden gurus have some advice for fruit tree growers in our area. Part I of our Fruit Tree Q&A series answers customer questions about pests and disease. 
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Sprayer to apply beneficial nematodes

Beneficial Insects, Part III

Our series on beneficial superheroes continues. First it was lady bugs and lacewings as controls for smaller, soft-bodied insect pests. Then it was on to mantids, those bigger beneficial insects that can take on the bigger insect pests, including caterpillars and grasshoppers. The next superhero may not be an insect, but it is a pest control star that deserves top billing.

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Wallflower and Lantana

Start with the Basics, Part III

Welcome to Part III in our series about basic landscape shrubs. Read on and learn about some of the top-performing shrubs for our area. We've matched them with companions so you can pick the ones you like to personalize your landscape design.
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Summer Series Part II, Pollinators

Summer Series Part II, Pollinators

Pollinators play an essential role in our ecosystem and in the habitat of your garden. So why not invite those insects or animals that move pollen from one flower to the next—into your garden? Flowers are designed to attract pollinators with their bright colors and enticing fragrance. Bees and butterflies are probably the most well-known pollinators—but others include hummingbirds, bats, and small mammals, along with insects like beetles, and ants.
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