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Mother’s Day Gifts Based on Her Love Language

On Mother’s Day we have an extra opportunity to shower those special women in our lives with love, so why not give a gift that’s based on how they receive love – after all, it is about them. Below are each of the 5 love languages, a description of each and a recommended gift for the special ladies in your life who fit each category.

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Jonathan Burns
Japanese Maples – Stock & Care

We just received a shipment of stunning Japanese Maples! Check out our selections below to find your new favorite tree. All listed varieties and sizes are available as of 4.15.2022, but these plants won’t last long. Shop soon for the best selection. Tallahassee Nurseries is

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Jonathan Burns
Rare Finds for Spring 2022

Tallahassee Nurseries has a long history of searching out new and unusual plants to offer to our loyal patrons. We are constantly seeking out new growers to expand the plant palette of Tallahassee gardeners. This year, we reached all the way to Oregon for a

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Jonathan Burns
Extending The Camellia Season

If you live in the Tallahassee area you no doubt know camellias are those pretty flowers in the winter time and you’re probably familiar with your 2 or 3 favorite kinds, but did you know there are not just a few types but literally thousands

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Jonathan Burns
How to Use Frost Cloth Properly

Each winter, I see all manner of eye-catching decorations in area front yards. I’m not just talking about flying reindeer. Each time a hard freeze is expected, you may find your neighbors draping everything from floral-print sheets to hats and scarves over the plants in their yard. If you’ve been confused at this unusual dress-up game, follow these guidelines to make sure your garden preparations for a cold night pay off.

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Mickey Clickner
Winter Color Guide

 PANSIES Pansies are one of the most popular and recognizable cool weather annuals across the country. Pansies offer charming round flowers that create a pop of color from fall till spring. Pansies and violas have edible flowers frequently used to add unique color to salads

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Tallahassee Nurseries
2022: Year of the Peperomia

Peperomia has been declared by many in the houseplant community as 2022’s Houseplant of the Year and I can’t disagree with them. Peperomias are probably one of my favorite houseplants because they vary so widely in appearance and are composed of over 1,500 different species.

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Tallahassee Nurseries
Christmas Gardener’s Gift Guide

Your One-Stop Holiday Destination! View this year’s Gardener’s Gift Guide to find the perfect gift for the gardener in your life! Flowering plants, unique gifts, rare houseplants, floral combinations and so many other things to explore!

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Mickey Clickner
Water Garden Guide

Peace, tranquility and soothing sounds are just some of the benefits of incorporating a water feature to your garden. Picture rocking on the porch, cold iced tea in your hand on a hot summer day only to be cooled down further by the refreshing sounds of your water feature.

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Jonathan Burns
Hydrangeas for Mother’s Day

Hydrangeas are a classic for Mother’s Day, and with good reason. The soft, colorful blooms look like surreal paintings, adding splashes of blue, pink, and purple to the garden, right around Mother’s Day each year.

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Jonathan Burns
When Will My New Trees Produce Fruit?

The real answer to that question is unsatisfying…“it all depends.” To understand why, we must remember that a fruit tree is a living organism, a miraculous creature that can produce delicious food from merely soil, water, and sunshine. To make this everyday miracle possible, fruit

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Jonathan Burns
Louisiana Irises: Living Art From Our Own Backyard

Irises have inspired artists for centuries. Even masters like Van Gogh and Monet tried to capture the alluring beauty of these spring blooms. Despite the creativity and skill of these paintings, the real thing, the flower itself, still possesses the most magic.

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