Annuals, A-Z

It’s springtime in the South. Window boxes bloom, porch containers overflow, and every year folks get more clever about how to display their annuals in unlikely container gardens. Every gardener has their favorites, from delicate impatiens to butterfly-beloved...

Fresh Veggies (Hold the Chemicals)

If you caught Joe Lamp’l at our Garden for Life SpringFest, you may have tucked away a secret or two about organic gardening. Composting makes use of kitchen waste and an organic flower garden can reduce chemicals in the atmosphere, but if you’re going to start an...

Dividing Perennials to rejuvenate them

There’s nothing more rewarding than watching the perennials you’ve tended over the years thrive. But when plants get too big, they grow unhealthy and start to stagnate. Spring is an excellent time to divide your perennials. Revitalize your favorite plants by dividing...

No Rose Garden? No Problem

Roses are arriving in droves, transforming Autumn Hill Nursery into a whimsical, elegant sweep of color. Many gardeners have already planted their pre-order roses, artfully arranging Rugosas, Grandiflora Roses, and Climbing Roses. Other Woodstock gardeners are waiting...

Show Off Blooms with Raised Flower Beds

Dealing with soil compaction problems, drainage issues, or garden pests? Raised beds could be the answer! Protected from foot traffic and ground-level soil problems alike, raised garden beds make it easy for gardeners to control the elements and grow the perfect...

Take Rose Gardening to New Heights

Climbing roses are born performers, stealing the show in any garden display. Their vibrant colors, full blooms, and ability to twine into trellises, fences, and supports make these plants as versatile as they are lovely. Choose from a variety of colors, single and...

The Nitty Gritty about Composting

On Saturday, March 26th HGTV host Joe Lamp’l will join us for the Garden for Life SpringFest. While he’s in Woodstock, he’ll teach local gardeners the ins and outs of starting and maintaining a thriving organic vegetable garden. There’s a lot that goes into organic...

How to Care for Fountains in Winter

Winter arrived late this year, but it’s busy making up for lost time. With dropping temperatures, frost, and big freezes predicted later this month, North Georgia gardeners are scrambling to winterize garden equipment and protect flowers. But what about garden...

Dig into Spring Veggie Gardening

Valentine’s Day has come and gone, and we’re officially giving ourselves permission to get excited about spring. We’re still riding high on roses for the spring garden, but that’s not the only thing we’re digging into at Autumn Hill Nursery. Prep your palettes for...

Winter Color Takes Wing

In the winter, birdwatching adds some much needed life to the backyard. Birds bring color and vitality to the garden, taking the edge off that persistent thought: “Is it spring yet?” Your winter garden can come alive, whether it’s 73 degrees or 37. Attract birds to...

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