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Are your Outside Plants Looking a Little Sad After a Cold Snap?

Are your Outside Plants Looking a Little Sad After a Cold Snap?

By | Home Gardening Advice, Home Landscaping Tips, Winter | No Comments

Winter can be tough on your outside plants, even in the mild climate of the Carolinas. Take a slow and thoughtful stroll through your landscape, garden, or greenspace; look for damage, decline, and dead-heads that could indicate exposure to chillier temperatures. Are your outside plants looking a little sad after a cold snap?   Be patient. When perusing your plants, resist the urge to pluck, fix, or prune brown spots that you find on your green plants, shrubs, or trees….

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Late Season Tips to Help Your Garden Rest Through the Winter

Late Season Tips to Help Your Garden Rest Through the Winter

By | Fall Tips, Home Gardening Advice, Winter | No Comments

It pays to put your garden to rest before the winter, even in the mild climate of the Carolinas. Consider maintaining your winter garden in the fall, to ensure hardy and prosperous plants, beds, and landscapes in the spring. Help your garden rest through the winter with these late-season tips: Harvest what you can. Now is the time to harvest and gather what you can from your garden before the first frost. Pick and dry your herbs, flowers, and seeds,…

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12 Traditional Christmas Plants to Bring Home for the Holidays

12 Traditional Christmas Plants to Bring Home for the Holidays

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The lush holiday flora and foliage is a sure sign of the festive season, but which Christmas plants will thrive in your South Carolinian home and garden? Talk to the experts at your local landscape and design center in Charleston, and learn a little about some wildly popular Christmas plants this year: Poinsettia The poster-child of holiday flora is the beautiful Poinsettia, which is actually a flowering shrub. Found widely in red and white varieties, this plant originated in Mexico…

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