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Garden & Landscape Fall Maintenance Tips

November 9th, 2016

As the weather cools and the trees drop their leaves, the hydrangea blooms once a glorious indigo or sweet pink, now a dusty hue, it’s time to implement key garden and landscape fall maintenance tips. This is the time of year when you want to prepare your landscape for the upcoming winter hibernation while still […]

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Gone Fishin’

February 18th, 2015

On a cold, windy February day we might feel like giving it all up to go fishing someplace where the sun is shining brightly on a shimmering sea. I found boats waiting for me at the Darien port in historic Darien, Georgia.  I’m a working girl, and I like a working boat.  These classic shrimp […]

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August is Awesome

August 11th, 2014

Here at the Gardens to Love offices we do our best to put a positive spin on the month of August. We try to avoid phrases such as, “vile weather,” “hateful air today,” or “disgustingly hot.” I do my best to deflect those questions about whether or not the A/C is turned down to 76 […]

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Gardens to Love is Featured in Kolo Collection’s Brochure

June 6th, 2013

  We are pleased to announce that our planted containers made the cover of Kolo Collection’s latest brochure. Kolo Collection is a high-end, modern, indoor/indoor furniture store that opened in 2003 in the Westside Urban Market. They sell many of the containers we use on a daily basis. If you’ve ever been to Kolo, the […]

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Cathedral Antiques Show is for HEROS

June 2nd, 2013

 Gardens to Love is again a proud supporter of the Cathedral Antiques Show. We have been sponsoring the show for the last 6 years. In past shows we have created a central garden in the foyer that correlates with each year’s theme. This year, however, due to the show’s overwhelming popularity and limited amount of […]

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Trident Pruning A Work of Art at The High Museum

May 15th, 2013

 If you’re an art enthusiast, as many of us at Gardens to Love are, then you have probably been to The High Museum of Art. The High has several ways to access the main entrance, including a side path from 16th Street. This auxiliary entrance takes you from 16th Street, past a trident maple tree, […]

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