The home of Annette and John Cromartie is recognized for the award
The selection is made because of the masterpiece that has been realized from the thought, planning and execution of yards at the Albany residence.
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Curb appeal and maintenance requirements play an important role as choices are made and plants are installed into our landscapes according to plans.
Hypertufa is a lightweight cement mix that makes it simple to create your own plant containers and projects.
For your gardening pleasures, many annual plants are available touting the red, white and blue colors of our great country for exhibition at your home.
Take one step outside the home of Arlington native Ruby Davis and there’s no doubt where you are: “Ruby’s Garden.”
A residence in the Springfield subdivision off Gillionville Road has been selected as the Yard of the Month for May by the Daffodil Garden Club.
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Understanding nutrients and fertilizers is most critical in managing the needs of plants in your home landscape.
Strawberry picking is an event that everyone in the family can enjoy, and create good memories while doing so.
Due to the heavy rain of late last summer and the winter from as well as early spring rains we have had in the last couple of months, centipede lawns have suffered several problems.
If you have been itching to get out and dig in the dirt after our unusually cold winter, April is the time.
The Albany Daylily Club will meet Saturday at noon at Phoebe East Conference Rooms A&B on 2410 Sylvester Road.
There are a number of important tasks that should be done now to prepare your gardens and lawns for the coming spring.
The Sauls family has resided at the recognized residence for 11 years
While the recent freeze drained the color out of many Albany yards, the Sauls’ residence continues to be a showcase.
The Albany home is the November winner of the Daffodil Club recognition
Owner Jean Graham has added her own unqiue touches to the historic Albany residence at 603 N. Jackson St.
THE NOVEMBER GARDENER: Raising your own mushrooms is an option for mushroom lovers in the Albany area
Master Gardener Jere Brands raises a variety of wild mushrooms at her Albany home. She says many seed catalogues have mushroom-growing kits.
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