If you follow these tips you can have a great tree for your home for the holidays.
With minimal maintenance, holiday plants will add beauty to your holiday displays and your visitors will be impressed. No home would be complete without them.
Perennials, if properly planted and maintained, will provide beauty for years to come. No garden would be complete without them.
The intensity of fall leaf color and times of the change of color will vary each year due to the weather and growing conditions. Again, you can go to the mountains, but there are plenty of opportunities locally to enjoy one of nature's greatest shows of beauty.
An aquarium can be a source of beauty and interest to the indoors. If properly installed and provided with the appropriate care, their presence can be a great asset to your home or office.
Unfortunately there is no "silver bullet" available for controlling indoor invasions of the Asian lady beetle and kudzu bug. A combination of vacuum cleaning, sealing entry points on structures, and insecticide applications to the outside of the structure will help reduce infestations.
Leyland cypress trees can be a great addition to the landscape if properly planted and maintained. However, this tree is rapidly becoming one of the most troublesome trees in Georgia. Due to improper planting and overuse, Leylands may go the way of plants such as the red tip photinia.
The Gwinnett Cooperative Extension Office is looking for volunteers to take part in a program that certifies individuals in horticulture and related areas.
Fire ants can be a real menace, but they can be brought under control by using the appropriate measures. Doing so will reduce the chances of you coming into contact with them and suffering from the painful stings they inflict.
Pansies and Johnny Jump-ups are excellent flowers for the yard. If properly planted and maintained, they will color the winter landscape.
With proper preparation, planning, and using the appropriate cultural methods to maintain fescue, you can have an attractive and healthy lawn.
Fall is the optimum time of the year to plant trees, shrubs, and many types of perennials. The cooler weather conditions allow for the plant to become better established in the landscape since they are under less stress.
Simple actions can help reduce the effects of mosquitoes and the chances of being exposed to the West Nile Virus. While they cannot be totally eradicated from an area, their impact can be minimized.
Palm trees are not limited to regions with tropical climates. If given proper care, they will thrive and will add interest to the home landscape.
Using fungicides to control brown patch is difficult, but they do offer some level of protection. These chemicals suppress the development and spread of the disease, but they do not reverse the already visible damage.