Spring Landsaping in Eastern North Carolina

Chelsea Perry - Wednesday, April 04, 2018

Here in eastern North Carolina, we're very fortunate to have a mild climate that many plants thrive in. However, it's important to understand that your landscape, plants and flowers can be impacted by the salt in the air even if you don't live directly on the ocean or sound.  Read More

Get The Most Out of Your Outdoor Living Space

Chelsea Perry - Wednesday, March 07, 2018

Here on the Crystal Coast, it's almost time to take our living space outdoors. We're so fortunate to have a warm spring season that allows for us to enjoy the outdoors long before summer arrives. Today, we're going to give you a few ideas on how you can really enhance and make the most of your outdoor living area. Read More

Prepping For Spring Gardening

Chelsea Perry - Tuesday, February 06, 2018

The weather here in coastal North Carolina is certainly warming up and spring time will be here before we know it. One thing we love about the spring time is planting a garden that provides us fruits and vegetables to eat and cook with throughout the summer! You may think that it's only February and it's too early to start thinking about your spring garden, but it's important to properly prepare and get a game plan for your spring garden! Here are some tips to get prepared to plant!  Read More

New Year's Resolutions To Keep Your Lawn Looking Good All Year Long

Chelsea Perry - Thursday, December 28, 2017

We're in a new year, which means a fresh, new start! This year, what will you do to keep your lawn and yard looking its best? We've got a few new year's resolutions for you to keep your yard looking good all year long.  Read More

Tips for Keeping Your Yard Lively During Winter

Chelsea Perry - Friday, December 01, 2017

The weather on the Crystal Coast is cooling off and our mornings and nights now require heavier jackets to keep us warm. With this drop in temperature comes the concern for the appearance of our yards. Sure, the grass may not be as green and the leaves have fallen off of our trees, but there are still ways to make an impact when it comes to curb appeal. Here’s how:  Read More

How To Protect Your Plants From the Cold

Chelsea Perry - Wednesday, November 01, 2017

Here on the Crystal Coast, we're very fortunate to have mild winters and the temperatures don't get too cold. However, we do see some temperatures below freezing over night and frost on the ground in the mornings. It's important to make sure that your plants are protected this fall and winter from the cold weather. Here are some tips to help you keep your plants alive and thriving during the cooler months of the year. Read More

Fall Lawn & Lanscape Tips For The Crystal Coast

Chelsea Perry - Tuesday, October 03, 2017

It's officially fall and we certainly can feel it in the cooler temperatures here on the Crystal Coast. Although we may experience some warm days, the stiffing heat of the summer is over. We've got some tips to help you keep your lawn and landscaping look it's best this autumn season. Read More

Curb Appeal Tips For Fall

Chelsea Perry - Wednesday, August 30, 2017

Here in eastern North Carolina, we are fortunate enough to have moderate temperatures throughout Fall. Our weather allows for beautiful plants and landscaping to thrive and look great! Here are some tips to keep your Crystal Coast home's curb appeal in tip top shape this autumn! Read More

Growing Tips For Your Coastal Garden

Chelsea Perry - Monday, July 31, 2017

Here on the Crystal Coast, we're very fortunate to have a mild and temperate climate for most of the year. However, being located near the ocean and sound can provide some difficulties in keeping our plants green. Here are some tips to help you grow plants in your coastal garden or lawn: Read More

Take Your Living Space Outdoors

Chelsea Perry - Friday, July 07, 2017

Here in eastern North Carolina, we are very fortunate to have mild weather for the majority of the weather. This make it great for utilizing outdoor living space! Our moderate climate makes it enjoyable to sit outside, host a cookout or just lounge in your back yard nearly all year around. Read More