Gardening Tips from Tim Holcomb

Tim Holcomb
The Birds and the Bees at Holcombs! 
  Sure we do lawn and garden, we also do flowers, trees and shrubs. Holcombs is known for roses and perennials and a great vegetable selection, but did you know we love the birds and the bees? Check out our Sunflower pricing and plan on coming to one of our Bee Classes.

You've got questions and Holcombs has the answers!

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                  Happy Gardening...
                 Tim Holcomb
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50 Big Pounds of Black Oil Sunflower
Only $24.99! 
 Holcomb Garden Center provides you with the full line of Bird Food, Feeders, and Bird Bathes.

It's still cold out...

Be sure to keep the feeders full and enjoy the show of all the lovely song birds to come your way!

Bird Feeder with birds
Time for
Step 1!
Weed & Feed with Dimension 
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. 
Honey Bee
Holcomb Garden Center has been Chattanooga's go to source for Bee Keeping Supplies. This year, for the first time ever, we will be hosting a Beginner Bee Keeping Class at both locations of Holcombs.
Not only do the bees pollinate your fruit trees and vegetables, they also help your flowers reproduce. As an added bonus, your bees will provide you with sweet local honey to use and to share.
 Click to see more Class info 


Happy Gardening,
Tim Holcomb
Holcomb Garden Center
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Time to's and What to do's!

by Tim Holcomb posted Apr 14 2014 8:27AM
  Don't Forget...Time for Step 2!Tim Holcomb
   It appears that most of us have dodged the bullet for any frost or freeze this spring! It's time for wide open planting season now! Holcomb's growers have out done themselves this year with some of the greatest looking plants ever. Full color annuals, long lasting perennials, blooming shrubs, shade trees, and great veggies and herbs! What are you waiting for, It's Spring!
 Plant Something!

                               Happy Gardening...
                              Tim Holcomb
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Feed your
Roses Now!
For the healthiest leaves, most color, and insect control, feed your roses with Fertilome Rose & Flower Food with insect control. Just two ounces per bush per month, keeps them looking their best. Roses are heavy feeders and you'll be amazed at the difference a good food makes.

A 4# Bag
will feed 12 roses
all summer! 

  Click for more info 
Keep Collecting "Bonus Bucks" 

You earn Bonus Bucks with every purchase at Holcombs! You'll get $1 in Bonus Bucks for every $10 you send. Keep collecting your Bonus Bucks till Bonus Buck Days in June, then you can spend your Bonus Bucks like cash for up to 50% off anything in the store!
Enjoy great plants and products plus Bonus Bucks from Holcomb Garden Centers in Hixson and Fort Oglethorpe1
Blue Berry bushes now for fresh Blue Berries this Summer! 

blueberryNo other fruit is so easy to grow, easy to pick, and easy to freeze!  The blue berry has almost no insect or disease problems. No thorns to stick you and they produce lots of berries. Plant at least two or three varieties for the best cross pollination. Great selection now at Holcombs!


 Click here for some great Blue berry recipes... 

Kaleidoscope Abelia
This week's plant of the week is Kaleidoscope Abelia This incredibly colorful shrub is a must have for any landscape.
Come see them today at Holcombs! 
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