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

Welcome Spring!

 Annuals and Perennials are Arriving Daily!

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Living Landscapes Inc.
Designing and maintaining your outdoor world since 1982
 

Do you have a yard that needs a revamp, or maybe your yard just needs some refining, WE CAN HELP! 
We offer services to Keep your yard tip top shape, services such as: 
  • Landscape Design, drawn based on your needs.

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  • We can install a tree for you or a whole landscape design.
  • Need a stone wall? How about a patio with a Fire-pit? We can build them.


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  • Our Landscape Maintenance Department can keep your yard in tip top shape . Mowing, edging, pruning, fertilizing, etc. We will customize a plan of action for your yard depending on your needs and budget.

 

  •  Check out our Landscape Maintanance page for information and articles on pruning, and yard pests.

 

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    In the Garden

 
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  • Apply broadleaf weed control for summer weeds (Clover dandelion, etc.) Follow label directions for usage and restrictions.
  • Spray weeds in beds and natural areas with a non-selective herbicide. Follow label directions.  Apply only if weeds are visible. It is much easier to continue this practice all season, when needed, then to wait until mid-summer when weeds will be much larger, causing you to use more chemicals and more of your time
  • Spray Azaleas, Pyrocantha, Pieris, and rhododendron in late April for control of lacebugs.  . Follow label directions. You may need to make 3 applications 7-14 days apart.
  • When new growth begins on trees and shrubs, check for presence of aphids, spider mites, or chewing insects. Spray with a recommended control based on insects and plants.  Follow label directions.
  • Continue mowing fescue lawns to no less than 3” in height. Browning of grass will occur from moisture loss if grass is cut too short.
  • Fertilize warm season grasses (Bermuda / Wiregrass), begin planting annuals, perennials, and summer vegetables. If creating a new planting area, incorporate fertilizer, soil conditioners, and compost before planting for the best growth.If you choose to apply water-soluble fertilizer, (i.e. Miracle Grow) remember to re-apply every 2-3 week.s
  • Continue to plant trees, shrubs, and groundcovers.
  • Remember to water with a slow, deep watering during growing season.After new areas are planted and mulched, apply pre-emergence weed control on top of mulch to prevent summer weeds form germinating.
  • After blooming, prune and fertilize Azaleas with a fertilizer formulated for acid loving plants.
  • Baseball season starts, be sure to enjoy this great American sport!If it seems to rain every time you try to go out side, don’t fret--- remember that April shower bring May flower!



 
 
Garden Center / Nursery
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC 
 

Welcome to Living Landscape's

Retail Garden Center / Nursery!

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SPRING Store Hours

Monday - Friday 8:00am - 5:30pm

Saturdays 8:00am -1:00pm 

CLOSED Sunday

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Dogwood, Bloodgood Jap. Maple


Our tables are getting fuller everyday with

Lovely Annuals and Perennials

to help you enjoy your Landscape to the fullest!

 

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White Dogwood



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Alamance County Landscape Assoc.

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