Imagine a yard with trees that welcome spring with breathtaking displays of color, with such beauty that it almost seems like a dream. This dream can become a reality in your very own yard!
Take a look below at spring flowering trees that are currently showing off at the Garden Center. Come see them in person soon!
Spring has sprung and it is time to get out and feed those plants. But with so many types of fertilizer, it can be confusing. Which fertilizer should you choose? How much fertilizer do your plants need? What do those numbers on the fertilizer bag mean? Is it safe to feed all your plants the same food?
Let us help take the confusion out of your landscape’s nutrition needs. We carry a handful of fertilizers that work great, and we can provide you with easy, straight forward directions for applying each. Come see us at our Garden Center location where we can help with your spring fertilizing needs.
We heard the rumors of a fruit tree that is said to be very resilient; far more durable than most edibles. Its confidence is said to be that of a fruit tree that taunts, “Bring it on!” to our South Georgia heat. It is whispered across the land that this fruit tree tastes much like an apple, yet takes only a fraction of the care. This fruit tree of legendary mystery is the Jujube. While Jujube is a relatively new introduction to many Americans, it has been grown in China and across Asia for its delicious fruit for over 4000 years.
Premium Jujube cultivars have been introduced to the United States over the past 100 years, yet have been overlooked in the mainstream of edibles until the last 10-20 years. The Jujube is gaining momentum in American home and commercial edibles cultivation. Because of their flavor, many premium fruit juice companies are starting to use them as major fillers in apple-cranberry, apple-grape or similar blends. We won’t mention names, but just read the labels, you might be surprised. Many Americans have been drinking Jujube juice for several years now without even realizing it.
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