1. Mike’s Pick February 2014

    Mike's Pick for February 2014 goes to Fatsia Japonica.  A very shade tolerant plant that has tropical foliage and a very unique flower.  Perfect for those dense shade areas of the garden.…Read More

  2. Perennial Lawn & Landscape wins Angie’s List Super Service Award

    Perennial Lawn & Landscape Earns Esteemed 2013 Angie’s List Super Service Award Award reflects company’s consistently high level of customer service   Perennial Lawn & Landscape has earned the service industry’s coveted Angie’s List Super Service Award, reflecting an exemplary year of service provided to members of the consumer review service in 2013.     “Only about 5…Read More

  3. Mike’s Pick – January 2014

    Mike's Pick for January 2014 goes to the "Gold Cone" Deodar Cedar.  There's many cultivars of Deodar Cedar out there,  but "Gold Cone" stands out with it's unique gold foliage.  Smaller than some other cultivars, the "Gold Cone" should top out around 20 feet making a better fit long-term adding beauty for years to come. Slightly pendulous branches make this a unique and handsome specimen, and a…Read More

  4. Mike’s Picks….Coming Soon

    Hi Folks,   Look for "Mike's Picks" coming in January 2014.  I plan to make an entry every month with one of my favorite plant picks for the landscape.  I hope to include new and exciting cultivars, as well as tried and true favorites.  The list for 2014 is shaping out nicely, so stay tuned...…Read More

  5. Athens Area Master Gardener Plant Sale – April 20th

    The annual Athens Area Master Gardener plant sale is this Saturday, April 20th  8am-1pm. Located at the Clarke County Cooperative Extension Office (2152 West Broad St, Athens GA, 30606) , ornamentals, vegetables, yard art, and rain barrels will be available at great prices.  We'll see you there!…Read More

  6. Athens GA Plantapalooza 2013

    Mark your calendars...this years Plantapalooza is scheduled for April 6th. For those not familiar with the Plantapalooza sale, it's actually three huge plant sales in one around the Athens GA area. The sale is in three locations... The Botanical Gardens (2450 S Milledge Ave), The UGA Hort Club (Intersection of College Station Rd & Riverbend Rd), and the UGA Trial Gardens (220 W Green St). Grea…Read More

  7. When To Prune Hydrangeas

    I had someone ask me recently when to prune Hydrangeas, so I thought I would touch a little on this today. First, your need to identify what type of Hydrangea you have. There's quite a few species and correct timing is key when considering pruning. -(Hydrangea Macrophylla) - Includes your MOPHEAD and LACECAP varieties, and should be pruned after flowering. Typically you want to prune these in July…Read More

  8. Crepe Myrtle Pruning

    As you drive around the Athens GA area, you will notice many homes that have had their Crepe Myrtle trees severely cut back.  There's a lot of misconception among home owners with regards to Crepe Myrtle pruning. Some people will tell you they have to be pruned in order to flower. Some will tell you hard pruning will increase the number of flowers, and then some just want them pruned because the…Read More

  9. Athens GA Home and Garden Show 2013

    The annual Athens GA Home and Garden show is this weekend Feb 23rd and 24th.  Mark your calendars because beyond local vendors, there will be educational seminars not to be missed.  The Schedule is as follows... 2013 Home and Garden Show Seminar Schedule Saturday, February 23 11:00 - 12:00 Ted Stephens - Plants from Around the World 1:00 - 2:00 Dr. Allen Armitage - Tales from the Garden - Book S…Read More

  10. Spring Irrigation Turn On & Check-Up+Wireless Rain Sensor for $149

    Perennial Lawn & Landscape would like to offer you a spring irrigation turn on and check up + Rain Sensor installation by North Georgia Water Works. Jeff Owens, owner of North Georgia Water Works, is offering this check to all of the Perennial customers to assure all of your irrigation systems are running up to the standards that you deserve. The spring turn on will consist of several very imp…Read More