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October 2018

Fill Your Fall Garden with Short-Season Annuals to Maintain a Beautiful Look

Fill Your Fall Garden with Short-Season Annuals to Maintain a Beautiful Look

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There are certain times of year that benefit from the planting of short-season annuals; short-season annuals have a shorter life than other annuals and a fairly-narrow temperature tolerance during their peak. These annuals aren’t intended to thrive in extreme conditions or weather, but rather to serve other colorful purposes in your landscape. Maintain a beautiful look and fill your garden with short-season annuals: Create Diversity Short-season annuals allow you to create diverse displays and utilize flora and foliage that is…

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Cleome 'Spider Flowers' - an Easily Grown Southern Annual that Flourishes

Cleome ‘Spider Flowers’ – an Easily Grown Southern Annual that Flourishes

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For a thrush of lovely rose, purple, and white flowers in your Carolinian landscape, consider cleome, or ‘spider flowers’. These tough annuals thrive in this climate and promise low maintenance, high yield when integrated in your yards, gardens, and beds. Use spider flower in masses, as background plantings, containers, and as part of your cutting garden. Plant the hardy Cleome spider flower; use these tips to help it flourish in your landscape: Sun Cleome does best in well-drained soil, planted…

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Fall is the Best Time to Plant in the South Carolina Climate

Fall is the Best Time to Plant in the South Carolina Climate

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Did you know that fall is the best season for planting many varieties of flowers, foliage, and produce in the Carolinas? Summer may be over, but many landscape design experts agree that there are many reasons why fall is the best time to plant across the Southeastern United States: There are less pests. You will encounter fewer weeds and fewer pests during fall planting, which is a nice reprieve in the southern US. This also gives your plants a better…

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