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Plants: Avoiding the Pool

Plants: Avoiding the Pool

Patio furniture isn’t the only thing getting soggy this summer; with the excess of rainfall, plants have been getting more hydration than they can handle. While many plants are greedy drinkers, too much water can lead to insufficient oxygen and fungal growth in the roots Recognizing root rot starts above the surface. Yellow, withering leaves is one of the first signs that something’s not right in your garden. Other signs include browning stems and visible mold on your...
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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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Shot Hole Borer Attacks Stressed/Weakened Trees

Shot Hole Borer Attacks Stressed/Weakened Trees

Have you ever witnessed a relatively healthy tree seemingly die overnight, or so it appeared.  Well this is exactly the experience we had recently at a client’s home.  Granted it really didn’t die overnight, but the death was relatively quick.  The exact tree in question was an ornamental weeping cherry tree that was fairly young, approximately 5” in diameter.  From examination, I found tiny round holes all through the bark almost as if...
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It’s Not Too Late for Winter Pruning

It’s Not Too Late for Winter Pruning

You might not notice right away that your yard’s landscape changes.  Over time, some places that used to be sunny are now partly shaded by maturing trees and shrubs.  Even though February is almost over and springtime is right around the corner, there is still time to give your yard a facelift.  Late winter pruning promotes healthy growth when the weather gets warmer, it keeps your yard aesthetically pleasing and keeps it easier to maintain.  Of...
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