Gardening Tips from Tim Holcomb

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Tim Holcomb
Living in winter and planning Spring! 
  I know it's January and the weather is cold and the days are short, but everyday is getting just a little bit longer and the soil is getting just a little bit warmer. Spring is lurking just around the corner and you can take advantage of any and all pretty days we get in the mean time. Provide for the birds, prepare the lawn for spring and plan on taking advantage of our up coming garden classes.

You've got questions and Holcombs has the answers!

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                  Happy Gardening...
                 Tim Holcomb
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 Holcomb Garden Center provides you with the full line of Cole's Bird Food.
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Step 1!
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Weed & Feed  with Dimension is the best food for early spring feeding of your lawn.   
Weed & Feed not only gives your lawn the food and trace elements it needs for early green up, but it also contains the best weed and grass preventer available. Apply from now through February for best results. 
 
Spring
Garden
Classes!
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Even after forty years of growing lawns, flowers and perennials, we are still excited to share the joy of gardening with others. 
Holcomb's Garden Classes provide you with the latest dirt on lawn care, growing roses, and growing perennials!

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Happy Gardening,
 
Tim Holcomb
Holcomb Garden Center
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Fall Color and to-do list!

by Tim Holcomb posted Aug 7 2014 8:51AM
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 Tim Holcomb
For many of you, the routine has changed. The kids are back in school and you may find a nugget of free time here and there. Take these rare opportunities to come on by Holcomb Garden Centers and soak in the color and freshness that flowering plants provide.
 
If you look closely you can almost see fall from here!
You've got questions and Holcombs has the answers!
 
                  Happy Gardening...
                 Tim Holcomb
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Is your lawn the Garden of W'Eeden? 
 Holcombs can help you change it to the lush lawn you desire!
Lawn Fall
 Now is the time to get rid of any unwanted weeds and prepare the lawn for seed and starter food in September.
Bring in your weeds and we can help you with a plan of action to prepare for fall.
Holcombs has the Answers!
This Color Tour at Holcombs in Hixson!
Container full of perennials!
Fall Color
Lest you think there is nothing to plant till fall, think again! We are bringing in fresh color to brighten your porch, patio, pool or landscape. The link below shows a few of the choices at our Hixson location, but keep in mind that Fort Oglethorpe has even more! Shop both locations for incredible selections!
 
Great Selection at Holcombs Fort Oglethorpe & Hixson!
 
Time to Plant
Fall Vegetables!

brocolli

We should be receiving our first shipment of fall vegetable plants this week. Our selection should include broccoli, cabbage, Brussel sprouts, collards, and cauliflower.

Many of our fall seed are in stock now, as well.

 veggie garden

 

Link to Planting Guide
 
Our goal with these emails is to provide you with great lawn and garden information, helpful gardening tips, and timely how to's. If you have any suggestions for topics and/or garden gossip, just let me know.          

Happy Gardening,
 
Tim Holcomb
Holcomb Garden Center
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