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Starting July 4th, 2014 Summer Hours:

** Closed July 4th
** OPEN ** July 5th - July 27th
     (Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays only!)
** Closed July 28th - August 26th

REOPEN August 27, 2014 Wednesday - Sunday.
Shipping resumes in October 2014.

For folks who can make the trip to the nursery, we're open year round except
for part of July/August and Holidays.
Come see us from Wednesday through Sunday, 9:05-5:08PM.

For all our local customers (and anyone willing to make the trip & save money!) we have our Pickup at Nursery Price List available.


You can also listen to Brandy talk about plants with Audrey Post, Master Gardener and Gardening Columnist.     Click here for radio podcasts.

Gardening Tips:

Microsprinkler Irrigation - Solving the Watering Problems.

Gardening for Bugs or Hey, What's Chewing My Plants?!

Getting Ahead of the Weeds - Mulch!

Salvias That Thrive in the Humid South

Give Your Landscape A Little Spring Zing!

The Secret Life of Camellias.

Edible Landscaping

Edible Landscaping, a Tasty Alternative

Hummingbirds, Bees and Butterflies, please!

Scent Gardens

Frost Protection Tips

Good Bugs In The Garden

Bees Please!

Planting a Pollinator Garden for Bees


Ornamental Topics:

Carnivorous Plants - Nature's Way of Getting Rid of Bugs!

Small Trees for Small Spaces.

Planting under Trees - Pulling Together a Great Look!

Bare can be Beautiful

Highlights of the Winter Garden

Drama in the Garden

Jurassic Gardens

Choosing Small Trees for Small Yards

Weeping Plants

Passion for Passion Vines

Hardy Hibiscus

Dark Foliage

Rid-X on Roses

Grasses:
Salt Tolerant Grasses

Fruit and Vegetable Topics:

The Fruit Rot Blues. :(

Early Summer Bounty.

Mulberry - The First Fruit of Spring.

Kiwis - Fuzzy or Smooth? You Decide!!

Papaya - There's a New Kid on the Block.

Something You Should Know About Fertilizers.

Japanese Raisin Tree - Tasty Twigs!

Why Don't My Fruit Trees Live Longer?

Sherbet Berry - Exotic and Tasty!

Fall in the Fruit Orchard

Jujuba - Fruit for the Reluctant Gardener!

Myths about when to Plant Fruit Trees in the South.

You Can Grow Olives In Your Yard!

How to Marinate Arbequina Olives

Why Wait 'til Spring?

Starting an Organic Vegetable Garden

Life in a Food Forest

Growing Fresh Fruits at Home

Some Fruits Are Easy To Grow

Growing Citrus in Containers

Peggy's Persimmon Paradise

Homegrown Teas from Your Garden

Easy to Grow Fruits

Unusual Fruits Should Be Grown More

Growing Fruit Organically

Tasty Summertime Blueberries

Fall Is The Best Time to Start Your Fruit Orchard

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