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All Seasons Mulch Market & Landscape Supplies
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We love it when our customers share how happy they are with our work for them. Mary Edna Fraser told us, “All Seasons graded, dirt packed and put rock on my dirt driveway in one day. Gregg Tucker was wonderful on machinery and we are delighted with All Seasons work.” Visit our website to learn more about our Driveway Installation services.
https://charlestonlandscapesupplies.com/driveway-installation-service/
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Spring has arrived in the Lowcountry of South Carolina. Time to get planting. Need organic gardening supplies? We've got them. Check out the wide variety of items we have in our store. #Charleston #gardening #organicgardening #gardensupplies #mulch
Organic Gardening Supplies - All Seasons Mulch
Organic Gardening Supplies - All Seasons Mulch
charlestonlandscapesupplies.com
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Our video overview of our location on Johns Island gives you a birds eye view and walk-through of our store. Come by and see us soon.
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We're grateful to each of our customers over the last year. Our Thanksgiving newsletter. 
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We're delighted to be supporters of Lowcountry Local First and their Dirtworks initiative. This heart-felt video about how their programs are making a difference and developing new agriculture businesses in wonderful. Have a look.
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With the holiday season getting in to high gear, we wanted to update everyone on our hours for all the holidays. (Flickr creative commons user Ewan Traveler shared this image. )

Closed for Thanksgiving – Thursday, 11/28 - Friday, 11/29. 

Open for Small Business Saturday, 11/30 from 8 to noon.
 
Closed for Christmas Tuesday, 12/24 and Wednesday, 12/25.
 
Closed New Year’s Day Wednesday, 1/1/2014.
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It's time to use pre-emergents to control weed germination. Our newsletter will save money and help you learn about control of henbit.  (it's that little plant in the picture below...it is a nuisance, even if it is kinda attractive.)
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Want an incredible birds eye view of Lowcountry Local First's Dirtworks Farm? Just looking at all the growing things in this patch of Johns' Island earth makes us hungry.
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Clemson is offering an online course for people who want to learn how to farm in their backyards. "Are you interested in learning the basics of how to have a small farm in your own back yard? If so, come join us for a 6-week course to learn the basics on how to care for livestock and honeybees and how to grow your own fruits and vegetables. We will even provide information on how to sell the excess crops you produce!"
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With the high heat, try to water early in the morning so that water doesn't evaporate. Resist watering in the evening when the dampness will promote the growth of fungus.
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