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As winter arrives in Georgia, our options for growing plants outdoors dwindle. But not everyone is born with a green thumb. Many of us long to have plants liven up our living spaces, but we either lack the time or the skill to take care of them.
Whether you’re a new Georgia homeowner or you have lived in the same house for years when was the last time you thought about your gutters? Probably not very often — and that’s a good thing. Gutters are supposed to be subtle, hidden features of our homes that provide a vital service.
As spring arrives in Lawrenceville, Georgia, many homeowners are wondering what to do with their landscapes this year. Lawn care and landscaping aren’t for everyone as it takes a lot of hard work, time, and money to get it perfect.
Even here in Georgia, where the mild temperatures last a bit longer than our friends up north, we still have to worry about old man winter and its extreme weather dilemmas. In a few months, the leaves of our green deciduous trees will turn vibrant, bright colors and begin to fall off.
Trees are essential beings, providing us with oxygen, comfort, and beauty. While ash trees make up only about one percent of Georgia’s forests, they are a popular choice for landscapes with their beautiful flowers and multitude of colors in the fall.
Springtime is an important time for lawn care here in Georgia. Because of our climate, we have an earlier and wetter spring than most of the rest of the country.
It’s that time of year again. If you have ever witnessed your garden plants skeletonized overnight, then you have probably seen the destructive power of the armyworm. They have a ferocious appetite, eating every grass blade in sight and stripping plants bare.
These insects may be small, but they pack a fierce punch. If you’ve ever been bitten by one of these little insects, you know exactly how they got their name. The bite of one of these ants will give you a new respect for these creatures and a whole new fear.
Bird watching in Georgia is a pastime loved by many people. Around this time of the year we see many different varieties of birds, we don’t usually get to see. This is because birds from northern climates are migrating south for the winter.
Evergreens can be found everywhere during the holiday season, but how much do you know about these beautiful, functional trees and shrubs? And how can you tell them apart from deciduous varieties?