Landscaping in Hattiesburg


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  • Lawn Doctor
    With more than 500 locations in 40 states, the Lawn Doctor franchise vaunts core care programs that cover everything from shrub care and pest control to natural, synthetic, and organic lawn fertilization. A free evaluation of residential and commercial plots uncovers the distinct characteristics of the area, such as soil type, weather patterns, and annual rate of pink-flamingo theft. After technicians spread seeds with patented Turf Tamer equipment, home or business owners can solicit color-free treatments to coax away weeds or special pesticides to stave off fire ants, millipedes, and Hollywood movie producers scouting locations for another FernGully installment.
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    3710 Halls Mill Rd
    Mobile, AL US
  • Big Head Horticultural Services
    Big Head Horticultural Services stocks their garden center with Louisiana-grown plants and flowers, each specimen hand-selected for its vitality and beauty. Customers can bring plants home for DIY projects, or leave the process to the company's landscape designers. In addition to flowers and greenery, the center sells lawn accessories such as cypress furniture, pottery, and fountains.
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    59514 Lacombe Harbor Road
    Lacombe, LA US
  • Home Depot
    Step 1. Purchase your Groupon using the buy button on this page.Step 2. No need to do anything else! By purchasing this Groupon and providing your name and shipping address, you've completed the order for your Keys side table and it should ship within 14–21 days.Step 3. Enjoy!For questions pertaining to this deal, please visit the deal Q&A on this page. For post-purchase inquiries, please contact Groupon customer service. View the Groupon Goods FAQ for additional information.
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    40 Park Place Drive
    Covington, LA US
  • Lakeland Yard and Garden Center
    Lakeland Yard and Garden boasts more than 30 years of botanical know-how, maintaining plants, fountains, garden accessories, and soil on its 17-acre spread of agricultural amusement. Knowledgeable green gurus can assist patrons in finding their ideal plant pals, perusing a selection of rose plants one might secretly plant in a loved one's pillow ($13.99+). Habitat dwellers can breeze through the selection of hanging ferns to fill baskets and insert green into the colorless air ($19.99+). Thumbs turn green in the presence of topsoil, mulch, trees, and sand, imported from prestigious growers across the country. The horticultural amassment extends beyond plants, blooming with decorative patio accessories, clay pottery, and birdbaths, which can be used to lure the neighborhood’s elusive rainbow-afro-haired finch.
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    4210 Lakeland Dr
    Flowood, MS US
  • Koi and Lilies
    Your complete source for KOI pond supplies and filtration. We sell Japanese fish (KOI), watkins, gold fish, sarasa comet, shubunkin goldfish. We also sell gifts that are related to the products we sell.
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    3350 Schillinger Rd S
    Mobile, AL US
  • Mobile Botanical Gardens
    By the Numbers 1974: The year a band of horticulturists founded Mobile Botanical Gardens to preserve the local environment 100: The number of acres filled with cultivated gardens, woodland trails, and longleaf pines 12: The oldest age a visitor can enter the gardens for free without parachuting in past the gate ####Places to Explore The Longleaf Pine Ecosystem The forest blooms with more than 165 species of plants, including longleaf pines, southern magnolias, and native wildflowers. The Founders? Fragrance and Texture Garden Benches, a Japanese footbridge, and a small koi pond distinguish this garden, which was designed for the visually impaired. The Millie McConnell Rhododendron Garden Nineteenth-Century architectural artifacts line the brick paths. Hummingbirds and butterflies often buzz about the shrubs and annuals. ####Seasonal Changes Mobile Botanical Gardens' biggest attractions, the plants and flowers, change with the seasons. Here's what you can expect to see throughout the year: * January: Asian magnolia hybrids * March: Honeysuckle azaleas * April: Roses * July: Bananas and other edibles * November: Tremendous savings on this year's hottest electronics ####Things to Learn Here are just a few of the topics covered by Mobile Botanical Gardens' [educational programs](http://gr.pn/1eUKHfG): * Which plants thrive in low-light conditions * How to make your own bog garden * How to plant a vegetable garden with minimal work and maximum yield * Which flowers attract the most hummingbirds
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    5151 Museum Dr.
    Mobile, AL US
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