What Is the purpose of Landscape Lighting?

     1. SAFETY: Having a well lit home and landscape could deter burglars and other criminals at night.  It could also help a light up a pathway or parking area for guests or yourself.

2.   CONVENIENCE: Lets say you want to have a cookout on the patio.  Everything is in place the grill, patio chairs and tables, how can you see each other to socialize, to enjoy the outdoor atmosphere without light that’s insane!  A well lit patio, deck or general hangout area makes the evening much more enjoyable for friends, family and yourself.

3.     BEAUTY: That’s right you can enjoy your landscape twice as much,  you can see all of your favorite plants  even after the sun goes down.  Think about the way the light will hit the plants and make them shine.


Who Needs Landscape Lighting……Everyone can enjoy it whether your current landscape is elaborate or simple you can pick he best attributes of your landscape whether it be a statue, bird bath, fountain, walkway, pathway, shrub or tree, a certain feature of your home’s architecture, whatever else would be interesting and bring light to the darkness.

 How does it work?  It works by plugging a power pack into a regular power socket.  Low voltage wire is run to each light with each light being connected to the last using up to 300 watts.  The wire is buried under mulch when possible and 6” under dirt otherwise. Each run can be no further than 200’ from the power pack. (some power packs may push farther) After you use up 300 watts on a line you must run a new line from the power pack to the next group or zone of lights.


     How much does it cost?  Starting  Between $750-$1000 


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Annual Spring Open House April 2
Mark your Calendars: Our Annual Spring Opening will be held on April 2, 2016. This is a chance for you to tour our fully stocked garden center full of trees, shrubs, annuals, perennials, hanging baskets and concrete birdbaths and more.
Its Tree season!
Its Tree season...that’s right it’s time to plant flowering trees. Check out our selection of Bradford Pears, flowering cherries, flowering crabapple, Saucer Magnolias, Crape myrtles and more.
Edible landscapes are great!
Now is the time of year to plant your fruit tree or berry bearing plants. We have this area’s largest selection of fruit bearing plants from Apples to Plums and blackberries to blueberries. Plant today and pick fruit this summer.
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Buy mulch in bulk at our Garden center. We carry red mulch, double hammered hardwood mulch, dyed brown mulch and even topsoil. Don’t need mulch in bulk we also carry a great selection of bagged gravel, mulches and soils.
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Visit the garden center and find the liquid fence brand of repellents these are guaranteed to succeed in keeping away the deer, rabbits, dogs, moles, snakes and more.
NEW Shipment:
Each year in mid-February we receive a new shipment of stained/painted concrete birdbaths, benches, statuary, fountains, planters, and more. Come check out what new items the garden center guys and gals have picked out for you this year.

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