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Well, if you thought Spring would never arrive this year you were right. I think we had only a handful of true Spring days and have moved quickly to the dog days of Summer. Some plants really like it hot! … Continue reading
Yes, it may seem way to early but our first tropical storm of the season, Andrea, is on its way to the North Carolina Coast on Friday. It is expected in Carteret County at approximately 2pm with projected winds of … Continue reading
One of the great benefits of planting colorful flower gardens is the visitors they attract,along with the wonderful bouquets we can display on our kitchen table. Certainly, neighbors often walk by and admire beautiful gardens which make all our … Continue reading
We have been telling you the whole month of April to hold off on fertilizing your Centipede lawn. Well, finally the time has arrived to break out the lawn spreader and purchase your Centipede fertilizer. Most lawns have slowly been … Continue reading
Being it is Earth Week I thought this topic would be apropos. I love nothing better than finding good uses for household items in the garden. So here it goes… 1.Diapers…yes you read it right….diapers. If your hanging baskets dry … Continue reading
Beautiful weather the past few days and hopefully more to come as we approach tax day & the FROST FREE date for the Eastern Carolina Coast… April 15th. Annuals (flowers which bloom continuously and do not return the next season) … Continue reading
Love April…not so much for the showers, but definitely for the brilliant color mass of flowers blooming on branches of Azaleas. Whether you have traditional azaleas that bloom only in the Spring or the newer “Encore” azaleas that bloom … Continue reading
Whether you are planning on a vegetable, perennial or annual flower garden or are just doing some serious landscaping, your SOIL is the key to success. Now is a perfect time to improve your existing soil with some great amendments … Continue reading
When Mother Nature brings warm balmy days to the Coast that make it really feel like Spring, many good intentioned gardeners get Spring Fever and begin transplanting everything into their gardens, including tomatoes and pepper plants as well as tender … Continue reading