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March 2019

Sago Palms: a Reliable and Beloved Fixture in Southern Gardens

Sago Palms: a Reliable and Beloved Fixture in Southern Gardens

By | Landscape Design, Shrubs & Plants

If you take a look at some traditional Lowcountry gardens, you may notice a recurring fixture: the Sago palm. Oddly enough, these plants are not actually palms, but are a heritage plant native to the Carolinas and a multitude of southern gardens widely. There are some simple reasons why Sago palms are a reliable and popular fixture in southern gardens: They are Tropical Sago palms make…

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Protect the Soil Around Your Trees to Support Tree Health and Growth

Protect the Soil Around Your Trees to Support Tree Health and Growth

By | Landscaping Maintenance, Trees

Tree health requires more than sunlight and water; protect your trees by preserving their surrounding soil and their root systems. Protect the soil around your trees to preserve and enhance tree health and growth: Aeration Prevent the culprit that is compromising your trees: compacted soil. The particles of soil get packed so tightly that water and oxygen are unable to get around their roots. It…

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