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Butterfly Annuals

Butterfly Annuals A lot of people want to attract butterflies to their garden, and understandably so! We have some tips to help draw these beautiful insects towards your yard. Plan Your Flowers While it’s true that butterflies are drawn to brightly colored blooms, a big bright flower is not a surefire way to attract butterflies.… Read more »

June is Perennial Gardening Month

  June is Perennial Gardening Month The Good Earth began as primarily a nursery and growing facility over 45 years ago.  Throughout the past four decades, we have become a full service garden center but that doesn’t mean we have forgotten our roots! We still grow most of the perennials we sell; just look for… Read more »

Varieties of Vines

Varieties of Vines Read more to learn about the different types of vines, how they weather the winter, and how to give your vines the care they need. Evergreen Clematis Evergreen clematis, sometimes called Old Man’s Beard, does well in the Arkansas climate. It’s one of the earlier bloomers, and due to the especially mild… Read more »

Pansy Spring Care

Pansy Spring Care This week, Gregg and Jeff talk through the proper way to care for your pansies this spring. Winter Experiment The Good Earth team ran a little experiment over the winter. In the fall we planted panolas, pansies and violas in the same area. Now, after receiving equal amounts of water and light… Read more »

Landscape Lighting Tips

If landscape lighting has always been on your wish list, it’s a great time to talk to us! This lighting special continues through the end of February; email The Good Earth Landscape Team today to take advantage of this great deal of $500 off this lighting package! Keep reading for landscape lighting tips, including how it… Read more »

Ornamental Grasses

Learn more about how to grow easy care ornamental grasses in your landscape.

Fall Landscape Design

Fall Landscape Design

Late Summer Landscape Tips The summer heat can make even the most lovely of landscapes look a little tired!  Refresh your landscape with these fall landscape design tips: Fresh Mulch Add a thin layer of mulch to your landscape beds.  Mulch is often bleached out looking this time of year, and a thin layer is… Read more »