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Our fresh cut Christmas trees will be arriving Thanksgiving week.  Our trees are cut fresh in North Carolina and brought directly to us.  They are not cut and stored and then shipped. We pride ourselves in having the freshest trees in town. Be sure to......

HURRY IN to Countryside Gardens for our beautiful Amaryllis bulbs. A gift that keeps on giving. Amaryllis is a perennial in our zone and can be planted in the garden after blooming. Variety or colors available....

TIP 1: Feed your pansies. Pansies are heavy feeders.The plants thrive with little maintenance; however, regular feeding produces full, healthy plants and nonstop blossoms. We use PlantTone fertilizer from Espoma on our pansy and viola’s. It’s a good, organic fertilizer that feeds the pansies. If......

TIP 1:Store liquid pesticides where temperatures will not fall below 40 degrees. Too low a temperature may result in a breakdown of the chemicals. If the liquid should freeze, there is the danger of the plastic container cracking and scattering the chemical! TIP:2: Mulch perennials......

Paperwhites arrive at Countryside Gardens. Here’s a tip if your paperwhites have grown too tall in the past, place the paperwhites like you normally do in water and pebbles. Wait until the roots start growing and the shoots are an inch or two tall. Pour off......

We have multi day tickets for $10.00. No waiting in line and you can use the ticket all 3 days. One day tickets are available at the show for $7.00. Shop local at our booth....

IT’S TIME to start collecting Countryside Cash. Receive $1.00 for every $10.00 you spend till Christmas. Redeem your cash in January for up to 50% OFF anything at Countryside Gardens....

“Ladies Night Out” Wine & Cheese party! Friday & Saturday, November 2 & 3 ~ 7:00pm both evenings. There are only a couple spots left.  Call ASAP 722-9909 to reserve your spot!...

We’re ready for FALL at Countryside Gardens. The Fall season kicks off our holiday season and we appreciate your support for our local business. Fall Harvest soup mix is back as is our candles, potpourri, flags and simmering mulling spices. Don’t forget pumpkins, wreaths, gourds, Indian......

A clean garden is a healthy garden. Fallen leaves harbor insects and fungi waiting to come back out next spring. Composting those leaves will kill off the detrimental organisms and can be returned to garden beds as compost to enrich the soil....

Fall is the best time of year for moving most plants. Transplant deciduous trees and shrubs when they are dormant. Evergreen trees or shrubs, however, may be transplanted earlier in the fall, before they go dormant....

Before bringing house plants indoors, rinse the plant leaves, soak pots in water for 15 to 20 minutes to drown most soil-dwelling pests, apply second application of systemic insecticide for HOUSEPLANTS available at Countryside Gardens....

All it takes is a Spiller, a Filler and a Thriller plus a few helpful tricks to get dazzling container gardens. Come take our FREE class to learn how.  SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13th at 11:00 a.m....

The truth about BATS. There are many reasons for wanting bats in your backyard. Whether it’s to benefit from their pollination services, pest control, or you just simply enjoy their nightly displays of aerial acrobatics. Stop by Countryside Gardens for your bat house....

Fall is in the air at Countryside Gardens. Our popular FALL HARVEST SOUP & FALL MULLING SPICES are in. Either make a nice hostess gift....

Mums the word. They’re here, along with our first shipment of pansies. The mums are tight with color tags. We also received more fall vegetables. Stop by Countryside Gardens to see what’s blooming....

So many unique gift ideas are awaiting your next visit to Countryside Gardens. WOW your guests at your next gathering by bringing out these Appetizer and Hors d’oeuvre plates. These durable platters are perfect for appetizers, desserts, and more. Superbly designed, these platters are multifunctional as......

Lots of different varieties to pick from.  We have everything from pumpkins with warts to pie pumpkins and pumpkins with peanuts!  They are in an array of colors too!  White, blue, orange and striped ones.  We also have mums, goards, cornstalks and straw bales for......