AllGreen Irrigation & Landscape rewards area lawns for their hard work sprucing up front and backyards with chic cuts, turf makeovers, and hydrating sprinkler-system maintenance all year long. Both residential and commercial greenery benefit from tailored landscaping services, which run the gamut from root-nourishing soil aeration to tree installation. The staff's mechanical expertise enables them to handle their clients’ nonorganic yard needs, including laying down security nightlights or long-range sprinkler heads, and repairing any current watering systems damaged by realistic rhino topiaries.
For more than four decades, Weed Man's licensed and trained lawn-beautifying experts have tended to local lawns with custom blends of fertilizer, environmentally sound pest-control solutions, and knowledge gleaned from both living and working in the community. Created exclusively for Weed Man, the technicians' slow-release granular fertilizer nurtures lawns over a period of several weeks, and seeding and aeration promote continued green growth. Advice that aims to assist with local lawn problems helps inform patrons online, illuminating seasonal troubles, gardening trends, and the astrological signs of various plants.
Nestled between the mountains of North Carolina, the family owned and operated Blue Ridge Frasers helps families get firmly into the holiday spirit with their rows of Fraser firs. The crisp, cool climate serves as the perfect setting for Christmas trees to grow tall and develop their natural pine scent. Beyond their stock, the farm gets guests in the yuletide mood with colorful light displays, cups of hot chocolate, and smiling staffers on hand to help pick out the perfect tree.
On seven pristine acres, Jan and George Wallace oversee the floral oasis that is Sugar Creek Garden Center. The garden center nurses all sorts of flora, ranging from annuals and perennials to trees, vegetables, fruit trees, and herbs. They also sell garden supplies such as tools, fountains, pine straw, and mulch. Sugar Creek Garden Center can also rectify large-scale issues, such as the fact that your house was built without a moat, with a full range of landscaping services. The center's professional landscape artists specialize in irrigation, installation, walls, lighting, and water features such as ponds and waterfalls. Sugar Creek Garden Center also backs all its tree and shrub installations with a one-year, 100% warranty, and a one-year, 50% warranty if installed by the customer.
Stacy's Garden Center's enthusiastic horticulturists utilize more than 200 acres of greenhouses and growing fields to cultivate garden-worthy plants and seasonal gifts. A gallon of radiating perennials satisfies flower fixes ($4.88), and the highlighted perennial of the week keeps gardens in vogue (3 for $10). Large, 12-inch fern baskets ($14.99), 5-inch geraniums ($3.99), and a complete line of Miss Ruby's herbs ($3.49) equip gardeners with a multitude of different-sized seedlings to fill every landscape nook and cranny. Thirty varieties of 1-gallon hostas await homes ($4.88 each), as orchids take residence in the decorative ceramic pots ($19.99) that are found in the pottery section. Inside the gift shop, collectibles such as birdhouses and wind chimes stand displayed next to coal-powered wheelbarrows and expert staff members eager to answer questions.
Since 1868, the lush land at The Hunter Farm has provided for five generations of the Hunter family. A sprawling lineage of sons, daughters, nieces, and nieces' husbands have weathered the seasons on its plot, giving rise to plump crops and healthy livestock. Throughout the year, they throw the barn doors wide to share their bounty with the community. It begins in the spring, when visitors fill buckets with the farm's ripe strawberries, beloved for their unusual sweetness. In the summer, camping kids learn about farm life firsthand as they milk cows, plant crops, and feed tractors. The pumpkin patch is in full swing come fall, inviting harvest-season visitors to trundle along in hay-filled wagons and pick the most spherical gourds they can find. As the days shorten into winter, the farm welcomes the Cox family, who bring with them a stock of freshly cut fraser firs.