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Scottsdale Farms Garden Center
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Espoma Naturals recommends Holly-tone fertilizer for your blueberry plants. Early spring is the best time to fertilize, before the leaves have grown in. http://ow.ly/45jI309byG1
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Are you or a friend looking for part- or full-time work? As Scottsdale Farms continues to grow, we are looking to add some smiling faces to our staff. Visit our website to see available positions or stop by the store for more information. http://ow.ly/kKh5308eJHv
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Due to the ice last week, Scottsdale Farms is extending the Daisy Dollar redemption period through the end of Monday, January 16, 2017. We are open 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. during the month of January.
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We have just recovered from snow and ice, but the warmer temperatures may have you thinking about your spring landscape. Now is a great time to start planning with the help from one of our professional landscape designers. Now through January 31, 2017, our landscape design services are 50% off! Call us at 770-777-5875 between 9am and 6pm to leave a message to set up an appointment with one of our talented designers.
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Check out these 10 tips to care for succulents and then try them out yourself. Scottsdale Farms offers a wide variety of succulents. http://ow.ly/d9z6307JzK4
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Redeem your Daisy Dollars January 2 - 15. Arrive early for best selection. Enjoy big savings and please read the back of your Daisy Dollars for details. Please pick up list of excluded items from the cashier's station.
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Drop off your Christmas tree (natural or flocked) at Scottsdale Farms Garden Center between now and January 6. (We are closed Jan. 1.) We will chip up your Christmas tree and spread the mulch on our blueberry patch. As the mulch decomposes it acidifies the soil, which makes blueberry plants thrive. After you drop off your tree, stop by our Cafe for a free latte.
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