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Plant species: Annual

Arkansas Gardening Tips for Fall!

The power of pumpkins Not only do pumpkins and gourds offer fun colors and textures in fall decor displays, they are a “power food”, offering nutrients and antioxidants in abundance. Fairytale and Pie Pumpkins are some of the best for cooking. Always choose the freshest pumpkins available, decorate with them for the season, then pop… Read more »

Arkansas Gardening Tips for May!

Don’t forget Mother’s Day! That’s right; Mother’s Day is just around the corner! Whether it’s getting something for the special moms in your life…or making your wish list, we have tons to check out, such as glazed pottery, terrarium and gypsy garden containers, plants and accessories, plus colorful, ready to place mixed containers, gift certificates,… Read more »

Gardening Tips for March in Arkansas!

Enjoy a barefoot kind of lawn To control existing weeds, apply Bonide Sedge Ender, a pre and post emerge weed control for both cool and warm season grassy and broadleaf weeds. Yes, nutsedge, clover, and wild onions will be a thing of the past! To prevent weed seeds from germinating (which can happen year round… Read more »

How to Create a Butterfly Garden!

Learn how to attract and feed butterflies in your Arkansas garden with information provided by The Good Earth Garden Center!

Arkansas Gardening Tips for February!

Oh, the excitement of Spring!  The easy part is getting out the door into the landscape…but what do you do when you get there?  Here are some timely tips for what to do now that will make a big difference all year long! PRUNE •    Prune ornamental grasses, summer blooming spiraeas, and crape myrtles mid-February. … Read more »

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Summer Landscape Tips!

Sometimes people are lucky with plants…but most of the time, it’s know when to do what!  Here are some helpful tips that turn any thumb green! Spring seasonal color CAN look amazing right up until the fall!  For better success, trim annuals throughout the season.  Everything from petunias to impatiens can get leggy and a… Read more »