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Galaxy Snowberry Shrub

Galaxy Snowberry Shrub

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What sets the Galaxy Snowberry apart from other shrubs is it’s stunning white berries that emerge in late summer and continue into the winter, which also makes it a great food source for wildlife. The rich, vibrant hues of the berries contrast beautifully against the dark green, dense foliage creating one of the main attractants of this low maintenance shrub. It thrives in full sun and average soils. It typically grows 2.5 to 3 feet in height with a similar spread. Whether it’s used as a stand alone shrub or in a mixed boarder, this will surely deliver interest and beauty all year long.

2gal. $58

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July Gardening Checklist

  • Vegetables

    • Give vegetables a side dressing of T&C Fruit & Flower Food monthly. Side dress corn with T&C Premium Lawn Food or Ammonium Sulfate. Feed tomatoes with Save-a-Tree monthly.
    • Vegetables will stay fresher if you harvest them in the morning. Clean them as quickly as possible and refrigerate (except tomatoes which should not be refrigerated for best flavor).
    • Harvest corn when the husk is tight over the ear and the silks are dried to a dark brown.

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Low Light Houseplants

Many of us want to be avid houseplant collectors, but face the problem of living in a space that does not have a good source of light. We have compiled a list of houseplants that can tolerate and thrive in low light! Some of the listed plants can thrive in different lighting conditions other then low light, but they will also thrive in low light!

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Lawn Care Made Easy

Dreaming of a lawn that steals the spotlight? It’s a piece of cake! Enter our Town & Country Gardens 4-Step Lawn Program.

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Pet Friendly Houseplants

Enjoy houseplants that are non-toxic and safe for children and pets alike!

What you’ll need to remember: Although these plants are non-toxic, unless it is an edible plant such as a pineapple or herbs, it is not recommended to ingest.

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Bee Friendly

Invite bees and pollinators to your yard! What you’ll need: Plants and flowers from the list below

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July Gardening Checklist

  • Vegetables

    • Give vegetables a side dressing of T&C Fruit & Flower Food monthly. Side dress corn with T&C Premium Lawn Food or Ammonium Sulfate. Feed tomatoes with Save-a-Tree monthly.
    • Vegetables will stay fresher if you harvest them in the morning. Clean them as quickly as possible and refrigerate

    –Click here to read more–

Low Light Houseplants

Many of us want to be avid houseplant collectors, but face the problem of living in a space that does not have a good source of light. We have compiled a list of houseplants that can tolerate and thrive in low light! Some of the listed plants can thrive in different lighting conditions other then low light, but they will also thrive in low light!

–Click here to read more–

Lawn Care Made Easy

Dreaming of a lawn that steals the spotlight? It’s a piece of cake! Enter our Town & Country Gardens 4-Step Lawn Program.

–Click here to read more–

Pet Friendly Houseplants

Enjoy houseplants that are non-toxic and safe for children and pets alike!

What you’ll need to remember: Although these plants are non-toxic, unless it is an edible plant such as a pineapple or herbs, it is not recommended to ingest.

–Click here to read more–

Bee Friendly

Invite bees and pollinators to your yard! What you’ll need: Plants and flowers from the list below

–Click here to read more–