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Japanese Beetles in Kentucky

Japanese beetles are a type of insect that are native to Japan but have become a common pest in the United States, especially in the eastern and central regions. They feed on the leaves, flowers, and fruit of over 300 different species of plants, causing significant...

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Growing Strawberries in Kentucky

Growing Strawberries in Kentucky: A Guide Kentucky is known for its rolling hills, rich soil, and temperate climate, making it an ideal location for growing a variety of crops, including strawberries. Here is a guide to growing strawberries in Kentucky: Choosing the...

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Dogwoods

Dogwoods

DOGWOODSMany consider dogwoods to be the aristocrat of small flowering trees.  A claim that is not unjustified. The height and spread varies depending on the species and its location in the landscape. Dogwoods grow at a slow to moderate rate.   Each species...

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Growing Tomatoes in Kentucky

Growing Tomatoes in Kentucky

There are few things more American than having a fresh tomato right from your own garden on a hot summers afternoon. I have been growing tomatoes in my Jessamine county garden since I was a little boy and I have learned a few tricks over the years. Most of these...

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Perennials Are Popping!

Perennials Are Popping!

It’s a great time to add perennials to your garden. Many perennials are blooming now so it’s easy for you to see the bloom color, texture, etc. and decide which ones will work in your space. The nice thing about perennials is that they come back year after year and,...

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Mini Garden Goodies!

Mini Garden Goodies!

Good things really do come in small packages and that's very true with miniature gardening.  It's so much fun to create a tiny garden filled with pathways, small furniture, tiny critters, tiny plants, fairies and so much more.  Come on in and take a look at the fun...

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Windchimes!

Windchimes!

Check out our great selection of windchimes from the larger, finely tuned Corinthian Bells to Carson memorial chimes.   These make great gifts for moms, teachers, friends and the special people in your life.

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Memorial Pieces!

Memorial Pieces!

Remembering those we love is such a nice tribute to them.  Our selection of chimes, slates, benches, stones, etc. is a wonderful way to honor those who are no longer with us.  We also have memorial stones, urns, etc. to remember our four-legged friends who have passed...

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Botanical Interests Seeds!

Botanical Interests Seeds!

Now is the time to get your seeds started.   We stock Botanical Interests seeds which are organic and non-GMO seeds that are sure to be just what you need to ‘grow your own’.  And…their seed packets are pretty enough to frame. Stop in and pick up what you need to get...

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Spring Blooming Bulbs!

Spring Blooming Bulbs!

If you want to see all those beautiful daffodils, tulips, hyacinths, etc. in the spring- you have to plant them now through early December.  Our assortment of bulbs have arrived and the selection is excellent.

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