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A lot of dormant and early spring pruning is going on. Don't just prune because it's spring. The reasons to prune are to control the growth of the plant, shape and remove dead or diseased wood. The only trees that require yearly pruning are fruit trees. The hardest part of pruning is knowing what to prune and when to prune it. Spring blooming shrubs should not be pruned now. Visit our website for some great pruning tips.
Seeds started indoors require the same basic conditions as those started outside. But since their environment must be artificially maintained, it takes a little more attentiveness. Just as for all plants, the three basic requirements are soil, light and water. But in each case there are special considerations.
Visit pinehurstfloralandgreenhouse.com for the details and tips for starting seeds indoors.
We have great career opportunities available.
If you are a friendly and hard-working individual,
then you are the type of person we'd like to grow with.
Sprinkler - Landscape Division
If you have the desire to learn a life long skill installing our unique & inspiring landscape projects, the highest quality sprinkler systems, and making our customers the envy of the neighborhood, we encourage you to apply for our Landscape/Sprinkler System Crew position. We focus on quality products and the best service available. We rely on hardworking, dedicated individuals to make it happen! Related experience in landscaping or lawn care is helpful. Because contact with both employees and customers is a high priority in this position, communication skills are very important.
Greenhouse - Garden Center - Nursery
Earn extra income and new skills, while working with something you love, gardening, plants, and flowers. We are looking for dynamic individuals with a real passion for providing excellent customer service to our discerning customers.
Pinehurst employees work as a team. We believe in the Pinehurst way of look, style and feel in everything we do, from a professional attitude to a genuine smile that reflects a positive attitude which leads to a great working environment.
Easy to Grow Succulents
We just received a new shipment of easy to grow succulents. Choose from terrariums, planters, as well as individual plants. They take very little water and care.
3 Tips for growing Succulents
Too much water is not good for succulents. The thicker the leaves on a succulent the less water it needs. Give them a good soak when you water, making sure they have good drainage in their pot. This works better than a light misting because all of the roots get the water. Don't water again until they have time to dry out. This could be a week to a month, depending on the temperature and sunlight they are getting. Succulents grown is a glass terrarium will need much less water as well as less often. Don't over water to the point they will not easily dry out.
Well Draining Soil
Because succulents need infrequent watering and the soil needs to dry out between watering, they need to grow in well draining soil.
Lots of Light
Succulents need a lot of light to grow happy and healthy. If your plants are inside, put them somewhere they'll receive bright light for most of the day. Usually a south, east, or west facing window sill will provide enough light but if you notice signs of sunburn (brown/black spots on the leaves) move it somewhere that the light is not quite as direct.
A sign that your succulent isn't getting enough light is "stretching". If your plant starts to get really tall with a lot of space between leaves it is stretching out trying to find more light. If you notice this, try to move your plant where it will get more light throughout the day.
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At Pinehurst Floral & Greenhouse you'll find ideas and inspirations to brighten your indoors and outdoors.
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