Posts Tagged ‘Union County’

Time to plant perennials!

You might be reading this wondering what perennials are. Perennials are plants that live for at least 2 consecutive years and are the foundation of nearly every flower garden. Unlike annual plants, which have to be replanted each spring, perennials die into the ground at the end of each season and then regrow from the […]

Protect yourself from allergies

When spring has sprung you may feel the urge to open up the windows and get out doors. Then it hits you, allergies! You shouldn’t have to wear a face mask to stop the sneezing, congestion, and itchy eyes. Below you will find some helpful tips to reduce your allergy symptoms this spring: 1. Get […]

Pine Pollen

What is this yellow stuff on my car? This is a frequent question heard in the North Georgia mountains during the spring. Pine pollen is easily recognized by its yellow color. In addition, the sappy texture makes it stick to most surfaces so you will see it on your car, lawn furniture and anything else that sits outside during pollen season.