Backyard Birding for Beginners

If you've never been interested in backyard birding, the summer is a great time to take a peek up into the sky and listen for some of Woodstock's most common feathered friends. Summer is mating and nesting season for many backyard favorites, and with just a few simple...

It’s Time to Start Your Fall Veggies!

You may think it's too hot to start planning your fall veggie gardens, but over the next few weeks, it's a good idea to go ahead and start planning what what you want now, especially before the hustle-and-bustle of the school year starts. As long as your seeds...

Maintaining Your Baskets and Containers During the Summer

Making sure your hanging baskets and flowering containers have enough water during the Georgia heat is one of the more difficult tasks in making sure they stay beautiful through the warmer months, especially when you're on vacation and can't get outside to water them....

Creating a Landscape Design with Flair and Personality

One of the many goals of residential landscaping is to compliment your home. Homeowners can accomplish this in many ways or usually a combination of ways, including: Accent the architecture of your home Frame your home while softening the corners Make a narrow house...

Bee-Friendly Gardening Tips

Did you know that around 75 percent of all flowering plants rely on animal pollinators and over 200,000 species of animals act as pollinators? Of those, 1,000 are hummingbirds, bats, and other small mammals. The rest are comprised of insects such as beetles, ants,...

Best Plants for Attracting Hummingbirds

Hummingbirds are easily one of the most sought-after visitors in a garden due to their gorgeous color and helpful nature. While red flowers are typically the go-to for these winged beauties, there are lots of options that will help bring them to your yard. When...

Choosing the Best Drought-Tolerant Plants

"Hot enough for ya?" Before the heat of the Southern summer sets in, many gardeners may find themselves wondering how much rainfall the hotter months will bring in. Here in Georgia, some summers have been wetter than others, but there's really no way to tell how much...

The Grateful Deadheaders: Autumn Hill’s New Garden Club

We are excited to announce that Autumn Hill Nursery's very first Grateful Deadheader's Club meeting was a huge success! Our inaugural meeting was on Tuesday, May 20th at 7:00pm at our Hickory Flat location. At our first meeting, we had delicious desserts (Fruit and...

Secrets to Growing Heirloom Tomatoes

If you're currently subscribed to our newsletter, you read the update a few weeks back from David about growing heirloom tomatoes. In case you missed it, here's what he had to say: "Nothing gives me more satisfaction than a customer who comes into the nursery in July,...

Best Vegetables for the Brownest of Thumbs

Does the idea of sprinkling freshly grown cucumbers or peppers into a crisp summer salad have you salivating? Have you found yourself wishing that you could grow your own vegetables, but don't know where to start (or you're scared of killing them off with your dreaded...

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