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GRUBS. It’s time to treat your lawn with GRUB FREE Zone II. Other pests controlled (including the larvae of Japanese Beetle, Oriental Beetle, Chafers, Asiatic Garden Beetle, May or June Beetles, and Black Turfgrass Ataenius) and Mole Crickets. Also used in landscaped areas containing flowers,......

At Countryside Gardens, we do a lot of research to find the best of what ever product line we sell. Here is one that many guests would complain about if we ever stopped offering. Our quadrupled milled soaps have been with us for 15 years....

TIP 3: One way to save summer herbs is to make butter which can be frozen up to two months. It tastes great on bread, baked potatoes, steak and vegetables. In a mixing bowl, combine 2 cups softened butter, ¼ cup minced fresh parsley, 2......

TIP 2: Now is the time to prepare for fall vegetable gardens. Remove the previous crop residue and any weed growth. Prepare the soil by tilling or spading to a depth of at least 6 to 8 inches. Thoroughly incorporate any fertilizer or compost....

TIP 1: Now is the time to stop by Countryside Gardens for Insect Systemic Granules. Apply to plants you have outdoors for the summer and plan to bring inside in the fall. Apply ASAP and again before bringing inside....

Saturday, August 4th at 1 pm. Join Beverly Martin, our lawn care specialist. Learn what seed works best in Tidewater? When to seed? How much to water? When to fertilize? Get all your questions answered. SPECIAL SALE on our lawn care package....

This improved ninebark has an upright spreading habit and fine textured, dark foliage that sets it apart from other ninebark. It is also mildew resistant and low maintenance as it needs little to no pruning and is free from pest and disease issues and adapts......

Need a showstopper in your garden.  Think about the Limelight hydrangea.  Cone type flowers that start out lime green and turn white.  Adds brilliance to any garden....