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Alamance County's Secret Garden

2077 South Main St., Graham, NC 27253| Phone: 336-227-5769| Fax: 336-227-5979| info@livinglandscapes.net

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Living Landscapes Inc.
Designing and maintaining your outdoor world since 1982.
 We also provide quality local shrubs, trees and flowers in a friendly retail setting.
 

OUR SERVICES 

We offer a wide varietry of sevices to meet your landscaping needs!

Landscape Design and Installation

  • Shrub and Tree Planting and removal
  • Hardscapes - Patios - Walkways - Retaining Walls
  • Drainage Systems
  • Water Features
  • Landscape Lighting
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Landscape Maintenance and Grounds Management

  • Lawn Care Programs / Shrub Care Programs
  • Pruning / Fertilizing
  • Annual Planting

 

Retail Nursery / Garden Center

  • Featuring locally grown Trees & Shrubs
  • Seasonal annuals Flowers  
  • Perennials 
  • Hardwood and Pine Bark Mulch by the Scoop
  • Pine Needles and Wheat Straw 

 



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FALL / WINTER 

Store Hours 2014

Monday - Friday 8:00am - 5:00pm

CLOSED Saturday & Sunday

CLOSED DECEMBER 24TH AT NOON AND

REOPENING ON JANUARY 5TH 2015

FOR THE CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEARS HOLIDAYS.

In the Garden

Here is what you need to do to get the most out of your Landscape and Garden

DECEMBER

  • Apply broadleaf weed control for winter weeds (chickweed, henbit, wild onion/ garlic. Follow label directions for restrictions and temperature requirements. Apply only if weeds are visible.
  • Middle of December is that end of the time you can successfully plant spring blooming bulbs.
  • Be sure to remove all leaves from lawn area.
  • Keep an eye on houseplants which had been stored outside during warmer weather for signs of insects. You may want to fertilize them, use only a small amount of fertilizer and don’t fertilize often.
  • Relax with a warm drink and settle down with your gardening catalogs. Dream of what joy the garden will bring to you next year!

 

 


Living Landscapes Inc. is a Proud Member of the Following:

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Alamance County Landscape Assoc.