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Miss Judy’s Sweet Potato Pudding
Sweet Potatoes are a tried and true favorite Carolina crop. Our dear friend Don Bennett has provided Sweet Potatoes to...Read More
Festive Arrangements for Fall
It’s Fall, y’all! As the season transitions from Summer to Autumn, you may notice your summer floral blooms dwindle in...Read More
Composting with Autumn Leaves
Autumn Leaves Compost Pile was made and photographed by one of our lovely Plant Experts, Jennifer. Thanks, Jen! With Fall...Read More
Perennials that Love Living in the Shadows
Many garden enthusiast have an area of landscape that doesn't get as much sun needed for optimal plant growth. Try...Read More
Natural Pest Control in the Garden and your Home
People are on the hunt for natural repellants, to deter pests from devouring their gardens as well as themselves. Mosquitos...Read More
Fall Is For Planting
Autumn is here and the cool season foliage will soon show off its brilliance. For the plant enthusiast, what better...Read More
Native Perennials for Lasting Beauty
Gaillardia (Blanket Flowers) Blanket Flowers are beautiful additions to any perennial garden. Native to the US, they are low maintenance,...Read More
Pansies and Violas, Bright and Beautiful for fall.
Pansies and violas offer color as the weather transitions to cool crisp autumn days. Cool-season plants are in vogue...Read More
This is a recipe passed down from my mother-in-law. I think it came from her mother-in-law from Harnet County....Read More
To Do or Not To Do?
It's that time of year again, when your garden is fading ,and with it the wonderful summer moods. Many are...Read More
Are You Guilty of Crape Murder?
Crape Murder: What is it, and why do people do it? Crape Murder is the act of severely pruning the...Read More
Do You Have a Planting Plan?
The Mistake Have you ever bought a tree or a shrub, dug a hole and just stuck it in the...Read More
Zoning In On Zone 7
People make trips to garden centers or nurseries when plants are in their prime, and the result is ...Read More
Recipe: Refrigerator Pickles
Brine: Mix 2.5 c. white vinegar 1.5 c. sugar 1.5 tsp. salt 1.5 tsp turmeric. Let sit to dissolve the...Read More
Cool Season Plant Care Tips
If we don't get an inch of rain in a week, be sure to water any plants planted in the...Read More
Annuals and Perennials (The Fixer Upper, the Workhorse, and the Flower Child)
Annuals (Flower Child) Annuals are the flower children of the flora kingdom due their vibrance and energy, and like children...Read More
What Are The Health Benefits of Plants?
Some obvious benefits of plants are air purification; houseplants and trees remove toxins from indoor and outdoor environments. Trees, shrubs,...Read More
What-ermelon? Four Tips to Choosing the Best Watermelons!
One of the most refreshing and delightful staples that people love to eat and enjoy during summer is watermelons. Fortunately,...Read More
Want Healthy Plants? Do These 8 Things in June!
Follow this checklist of eight helpful tips to ensure your plants remain healthy and reach their full potential this summer.Read More
Soaked Soil? Five Plants That Thrive in Wet Locations
Many plants have adapted to wet conditions, so turning that swampy spot into a landscape feature is easy to do...Read More