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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Buy One,
Get One Free! 
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Cole's
10# Special Feeder
 Holcomb Garden Center provides you with the full line of Cole's Bird Food.
For a limited time and while supplies last, you can get our most popular Special Feeder 10 pound bag, 
Buy one and 
get one free!

   

 
Time for
Step 1!
Weed & Feed with Dimension 
Fertilome 
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!

 Click to see more info 

 

Happy Gardening,
 
Tim Holcomb
Holcomb Garden Center
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This Saturday is Armed Forces Day

by Tim Holcomb posted May 15 2014 9:23AM
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 Bill Holcomb Army
 This Saturday is Armed Forces Day and in honor of our father and the founder of Holcomb Garden Center, Bill Holcomb, we will be giving a 10% discount to all members of the Uniformed Services.
on Saturday, May 17, 2014.
 
                       Happy Gardening...                                                 Tim Holcomb
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27th Annual Food Bank Garden Tour 5/31 & 6/1!
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If you've been before, you already know what a joy it is to stroll through these private and public gardens. If you've never been before, by all means go! The tour price of only $20.00 goes entirely to Chattanooga Area Food Bank. Everyone wins, you get a great garden tour and the food bank gets to help those in our area that really need a helping hand.
For many years, Holcomb Garden Center has been a pround sponsor of this wonderful event.  Not only does it promote the beauty and benefits of these gardens, but all the proceeds go to help feed the many less fortunate in our area. 

 Click for more information about the Garden Tour 
You want flowers that come back year after year? 
Your looking for Holcomb's Perennial Collection! 
 
 Perennial Gnome
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10% Off for all members of the Uniformed Services
This Saturday Only, Armed Forces Day!

Armed Forces Day

In honor of the founder of Holcomb Garden Center, Bill Holcomb and all others that have served this country in the uniformed services, Holcomb Garden Center will give 10% Off on Armed Forces Day! 

 

  (Please verify to the cashier you are uniform service for the discount)    

 

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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.
 
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