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August Landscape To-Do’s

August Landscape To-Do’s

Can you believe that it’s already August? For many gardeners, the month of August starts the slow trickle into off season. However, if you’re in a warmer climate (and Atlanta certainly qualifies), you can still take advantage of a second wind in gardening that will help keep your flowers, shrubs and vegetables going longer, plus take advantage of opportunities to get a head start on the coming spring. Here are a few ideas for your garden in the month of August from the Bloom’n ...
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Raise the IQ of your landscape’s water source during Smart Irrigation Month

Raise the IQ of your landscape’s water source during Smart Irrigation Month

Usually during the summers in Georgia landscapers, homeowners, and business owners are worried about drought; this regularly brings up the topic of irrigation and watering techniques, and which techniques or tricks you can apply to your garden space. As this year has been filled with enough rain to welcome an ark, irrigation is probably one of the furthest things from your mind, but a great landscaper knows that irrigation doesn’t just help in times of drought, but also when the rain...
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Plant Housekeeping: Deadheading your plants!

Plant Housekeeping: Deadheading your plants!

Ready to start some plant housekeeping? Want to spruce up your garden and keep your plants neat and blooming? If so, grab your shears! Today’s post is all about “deadheading”! Below we have put together why to deadhead and how-to deadheading your plants! Why should I “deadhead” my plants? Why is it important? The phrase “deadheading plants” refers to the removal of dead or spent flowers and stocks. The reason for deadheading is to help your plant...
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There’s a fungus among us: Landscaping issues of the Georgia rainy season

There’s a fungus among us: Landscaping issues of the Georgia rainy season

Georgia residents and homeowners are used to a rainy season in late April and humid, dry summers. This year, the weather has chosen to be a bit more surprising, with rain having a constant hold on the forecast. While rain has it’s place in your garden and landscape, too much of a good thing can cause problems. Do you know how to deal with the various issues from an over-watered lawn? Over watering problem 1: Root rot Root rot is a very real risk for your plants and your trees during ...
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Outdoor Entertaining: Lighting the Perfect Al Fresco Dining Space

Outdoor Entertaining: Lighting the Perfect Al Fresco Dining Space

I don’t know about yours, but with all the rain we have had this spring, utilizing my patio has not been on the forefront of my mind. I typically love to entertain and dine al fresco; one of the cornerstones of my garden is a wonderful outdoor kitchen that my family loves to utilize just about every night. Hopefully, the constant rain showers will soon come to a close and we can again enjoy our patio regularly. To help welcome the sunshine back, I’m making some changes and...
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