Spring Garden Preparation Kits Charleston WV

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Valley Gardens, Inc.
(304) 342-4636
1109 Piedmont Road
Charleston, WV
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Terra Salis Garden Center
(304) 925-4754
Route 60 E
Malden, WV
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Annuals, Bulbs, Chemicals, Crop Protection, Garden Center Marketing, Garden Centers / Nurseries, Garden Ornaments, Groundcovers, Horticulture Companies, Mulch, Perennials, Pest Control Supplies, Plants, Roses, Seeds, Shrubs, Trees

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Gritt's Midway Greenhouse
(304) 586-2449
Route 2 Box 213
Red House, WV
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Vegetables

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Scot's Landscaping Nursery
(304) 295-6303
6303 Grand Central Ave.
Vienna, WV
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Groundcovers, Perennials, Plants, Shrubs, Trees

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Friends Hill Greenhouse
(304) 358-2715
Po Box 811
Franklin, WV

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Green's Feed & Seed
(304) 343-0441
314 Piedmont Road
Charleston, VA
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Rubber Mulch

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Tony's Market
(304) 755-1501
702 1/2 Winfield Rd
Saint Albans, WV
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Groundcovers, Perennials, Plants, Shrubs, Trees

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A-1 Lawn Service
(304) 442-5651
PO Box 248
Charleston, WV

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Half Way Market
(304) 743-9642
1213 E Us Route 60
Milton, WV
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Annuals

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Walls Nursery
(304) 876-6505
4272 Charles Town Rd
Kearneysville, WV
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Garden Centers / Nurseries, Groundcovers, Perennials, Plants, Shrubs, Trees

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Spring Garden Preparation

Ready your rakes, gardening hoses, and trowels…it’s soon to be spring and there’s no better time to get your garden in gear. Keeping a well-maintained garden is a great way to keep the outside of your home looking its best.
 
In addition to looking great, gardens also help you eat healthier, keep you more in control of what types of pesticides and fertilizes come in contact with your veggies, and are quite economical. Who needs to shell out 3.99 for a single bunch of organic basil these days? Why not grow your own?
 
Here are some tips to make use of your garden space and get it ready for the Spring and Summer months ahead.
 

Tidy up the Tool Shed

Most of us probably haven’t been doing much gardening through the winter, which means it’s likely been months since you’ve seen a rake of gardening trowel. Oil up the lawn mower and hedge trimmer, organize tools, and make sure everything is easily accessible.
 

Prune Trees and Shrubs

Tidy up trees by cutting back any dead or diseased branches and shape up unruly shrubs. This step will instantly make your garden look more put together. Gussy up the Grass Rake up fallen leaves and look to see if there are any barren patches of grass. Re-seed and fertilize as necessary. In early spring, keep the lawn a little longer than usual to help the grass recover from winter.
 

Make your Beds

Weed out the riff-raff that’s accumulated in your garden over winter. Pull out the root to cut back on re-growth instead of reaching for the Round-Up. Till and aerate the soil and incorporate compost and fertilizer into your flowerbeds and vegetable patches.
 

Start Seedlings

Rather than shell out big bucks for baby plants at a nursery, opt for packets of seeds. Start the seeds indoors and keep them in a sunny spot, like your kitchen widow. Plant vegetables that are easy to maintain and will produce a high yield, like ...

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