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  • How & How Often To Clean Your Bird Feeders...

    Most of our customers, if we give them time to vent, will tell us the thing they hate the most about tending to their wild birds is that they hate to clean the feeders. We all know that, given time, most will get that hard ball of gunk at the bottom of the feeder. Each of us knows which of our bird feeders is the most unpleasant to clean. Mine is the nyjer tube feeder as it is too long for my bucket and tends to collect the most ... Read more

  • Fraser Fir Christmas Trees

    Drought Tolerant Perennials, Shrubs, and Trees For The Midwest

    As owner of a lawn and garden center, I can safely say that this has been both the best and worst season that we have ever had.  Our spring was temperate, allowing for great sales on the weekends, and our landscaping department did extremely well.  Then, came the months of June and July, and the ground (and our business) dried up……literally.  Two weekends ago my wife and I decided to plant a few upright yews in front of ... Read more

  • Caring For Your Plants And Lawn During A Drought

    Summers can be tough for plant and turf grass in the Ozarks.  Let me help clear up some misconceptions and give you some clear advice on how you can better preserve water  and plant life while waiting for Mother Nature to get her act together. I usually recommend that customers treat their lawns with a weed/feed product around the 4th of July, that is, if the weather is more “temperate”, with highs in the 80′s and plenty of ... Read more

  • Great Tips For Growing Potatoes

    Potatoes may be planted as soon as the ground can be worked in and the soil temperature has reached 45 degrees F.  They will tolerate  a light  frost, but you should provide some frost protection when they are young, such as a temporary plastic tent, straw, or frost cloth.  You can plant a second crop as late as June 15th.  Use only certified seed potatoes. A week or two before your planned potato planting, set your seed ... Read more

  • Use This 4 Application Fertilization Program To Have A Beautiful Lawn

    Use This 4 Application Fertilization Program To Have A Beautiful Lawn After 25 years of living in the Ozarks, in south central Missouri, I have finally got this grass thing down pretty well.  I must admit, this has taken some time, money and reading, but the program I’m going to lay out for you has made my lawn something of which I take pride. Before I start, I’d like to recommend a very good book which is written at a level ... Read more

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