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Last Updated: 3/6/2014
If you're on one of the Wilson Bros DIY Lawn Care Programs, and have yet to do STEP 1, it is now time to do so. This is a very important step because it aims at weed prevention with the application of Team 2G Lawn Weed Preventer. One bag of Team 2G co vers 22,000 square feet (1/2 acre) of lawn area. If you have a lawn and are not on one of these money-saving, golf-course grade programs there's no better time to start than now! Learn more about the DIY programs here
If you've been to the nursery over the past month or two but haven't been in the past week you might not recognize it! Truckloads of plants are now arriving on a daily basis, including a huge selection of very nice and unique Camellias that are all in bud and starting to bloom. If you don't have a camelllia in your yard you don't know what you're missing. Every southern landscape needs one!...or two or three. We have both the Sasanqua and Japonica types in stock right now but it's the late winter and spring blooming Japonicas that are budded and starting to bloom right now. Plant these beauties in partially shaded locations - morning sun with afternoon shade is best. The east side of the home or in the edges of woodlands are two great spots.
About this time every year we have to put out this alert. Though the big box stores might have warm season flowering annual plants, such as impatiens and marigolds, in stock right now it's not time yet to plant them in Georgia. If you do, chances are a late frost that is likely to occur sometime during the next few weeks will kill them dead. It's better to be patient and wait until the first of April or so when the weather forecasters say no more frost.
Instead of planting annual flowers right now, use the time to either prepare your flower beds for planting when the time is right or design a new flowerbed. You could also refurbish the soil in your container flower gardens or design some new container gardens to color up your porches, patios, decks and other outdoor living spaces.
Anything but warm season annual plants! But it's a great time to plant spring-flowering and all other types of shrubs, trees, ornamental grasses and many types of perennial plants. When it comes to perennials (plants that come back every year) we start the season off with those that are most cold hardy and we've got a variety of these in stock right now at the nursery, such as the Belarina Primrose pictured right. As every week goes by and temperatures warm we'll be offering more and more varieties of perennials.
Next time you're at the nursery check out these spring-flowering shrubs and trees you can use to herald the arrival of spring: Southgate Rhododendrons, Encore Azaleas, Loropetalums (Fringe Flower), Native Honeysuckle Azaleas, Forsythia, Flowering quince, Carolina Jasmine, Camellias, Tulip Tree Magnolias, Flowering Cherry Trees. These and many more are budded and ready to start blooming any day now. Use these early-spring flowering beauties to herald the much anticipated arrival of spring in your landscape!
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Each and every month throughout the year, Wilson Bros. Nursery draws 4 winners for it's $250 Shopping Spree. Winners are rewarded with a Wilson Bros Nursery Gift Card they can spend however they want at the nursery!
Enter the shopping spree here or at the front counter every time you're at the nursery. You gotta enter to win!
You'll always find something on sale at the nursery. Click here to see some of what's on sale this week. Also, don't forget to check out our 70% Off Clearance Section when you're at the nursery!
When it comes to Camellias, it doesn't get more perfect than this pink beauty! Pink Perfection is a hybrid offering some of the most perfect, fully double, soft pink flowers you'll ever see! The flowers are 5 inches across and stand out very nicely against the handsome, evergreen, dark green foliage.
We've got Pink Perfection and many other varieties of beautiful camellias Now in stock at Wilson Bros - You can have one of these beauties in your landscape for only $24.97. The plants are very nice - budded and blooming and over 2 feet tall in 2 gallon containers!
Find more pictures and planting and care tips on the Pink Perfection Camellia Plant File
How much do you think you know about the wonderful plants known as Helleborus? Test your knowledge or learn more by taking this week's Quiz of the Week