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Gardening Tools Gautier MS

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Delmas Nursery
(228) 475-3391
3400 Old Airport Rd
Moss Point, MS

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All Around Landscape
(866) 875-5582
2426 Government St
Ocean Springs, MS

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Standing Pine Nursery Inc
(601) 878-5933
4450 Parsons Rd
Raymond, MS

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Rushing Nursery
(601) 656-8842
17960 Road 339
Philadelphia, MS

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JDS Nursery
(601) 673-0107
245 Agricola Latonia Road
Lucedale, MS
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Annuals, Garden Centers / Nurseries, Nurseries - Wholesale, Perennials, Plants, Tradeshow Exhibitors

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Landscape Logistics, LLC
(228) 392-8779
9046 Woolmarket Road
Biloxi, MS
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Mulch, Plants, Soil Mix and Palms

Garden Creations
(251) 865-1040
5960 Dawes Rd.
Grand Bay, AL
 
Delmas Nursery
(228) 475-3391
3400 Old Airport Rd
Moss Point, MS

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Lakeland Yard & Garden Center
(601) 939-7304
4210 Lakeland Drive
Jackson, MS
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Annuals, Aquatics, Arrangement Accessories, Bird Baths, Bulbs, Ceramic, Terra Cotta & Stone Containers, Chemicals, Christmas Ornaments & Decorations, Christmas Trees - Cut, Compost, Composting, Conifers / Evergreens, Containers - Decorative, Crop Protection, Decorative Planters & Urns, Display Structures, Erosion & Sediment Control Supplies, Fertilizers, Fountains - Decorative, Furniture / Structures, Garden Center Marketing, Garden Centers / Nurseries, Garden Ornaments, Gardening Tools, Gar…

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Harper's Nursery & Garden Cntr
(601) 372-7167
4517 Terry Rd
Jackson, MS
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Flower Seed, Garden Centers / Nurseries, Horticulture Companies, Landscape Contractors, Landscaping Services, Plants, Seed, Trees, Wildflower Seed

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Outside Tips




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Watering Your Lawn

Your lawn loves to be watered in the early morning hours. Less water evaporates at this time and since the wind is usually low, it also won't blow your water around.
If you must water later in the day, try to get done before an hour or two before sunset. This allows the grass to dry before night, thereby reducing the chances of any fungal diseases.

Planting Trees

Spring is a great time to plant or transplant trees. Certain tree types need to be planted before their leaves begin to open. They are: magnolia, maple, holly, dogwood, beech and birch. Early planting will also give them time to heal wounds and cuts that might have occurred during their moving, giving you a healthier tree.

Felling Trees

Spring is the time of the year to cut down trees that you will want to use next fall for firewood. To get drier wood follow these recommendations. Wait until the leaves have developed before you cut down the tree. Cut and leave branches and leaves intact. Allow tree to lie in the sun for at least 4 weeks before cutting into blocks. The leaves on the tree will hasten the evaporation of the moisture remaining in the tree, thereby producing drier firewood.

Overlooked Garden Tool

The machete is one of the most overlooked garden tools around! It can be very useful in outside work. It hacks through overgrown grass, then you can use the mower more effectively.

Garden Hose

To get your garden hose into hard-to-reach spots try attaching the hose to a broomstick or piece of wood with duct tape, cloth or even long twist ties. This little trick can save you from trampling on outside plants, or useful for wheelchair or handicapped gardeners!

Gardening-Raised Beds

Get a jump on spring planting in the northern climates by using raised garden beds. The raised beds warm up quickly in the spring, so you can start some plantings earlier. Raised beds help with good drainage and hold the ferti...

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