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Post-Winter Lawn Revival Techniques

Even in regions with uncommon snowfall and freezing temperatures, healthy grass still needs a boost in the spring. When spring arrives, weeds typically overrun the grass before it fully recovers from its winter hibernation. Lawns that are cared for properly during the growing season are better able to resist the summer’s heat, drought and aggressive

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Planning a Garden Winter Wonderland

As cooler weather sets in, many homeowners in or near Alpharetta are creating winter wonderlands. This outside design makes for a cozy space to enjoy time spent with family and friends. If you are considering redesigning your landscape, you will need quality supplies. At Southern Landscape Supply, we serve homeowners and landscape contractors. Our products

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3 Tips for Autumn Landscaping

As the bright blooms of summer give way to fall hues, it’s time to plan ahead. Keeping up with fall foliage makes a big impact but preparing for next year is just as important. By dividing the tasks up over the fall months, you can avoid a last-minute rush to beat winter’s unforgiving frost. Maintain

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Expand Your Outdoor Space This Summer

Creating an outdoor living space can be a project you do all at once or piece by piece. Working with color, texture and a combination of natural materials like stack fieldstone, river rocks or wood timbers, you can create a true living space outdoors to add to your family and social life. Patios Grow into

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Preparing Your Pressure-Treated Wood

Landscape pressure-treated timber projects can be stunning, all while having very practical applications. When you put so much work into your landscape projects, you will want to ensure they last. Insect infestations, harsh weather, natural rot and decay are your enemies. Un-cut pressure-treated wood can withstand such conditions. Pressure-Treated Timber The long, functional lifespan of

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The Modern Victory Garden

  “Eat what you grow and grow what you eat,” is the battle cry of the modern victory garden. Previous generations were more self-sufficient. Perhaps they knew a thing or two that we should learn. During World War II, vegetable gardens were planted in front and back yards to show patriotism and support the nation’s

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