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When you really want to improve your curb appeal — especially if you’re doing so to maintain or increase your home’s value — it pays to know a few tips and tricks before you get started. Here are just a few that you need to keep in mind.
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Reopening the store to the public is something we are working towards, and thinking a lot about.

Unfortunately, due to many factors, it is far more complicated than just opening our doors.  In addition to making sure we have procedures in place to keep both staff and customers safe, the physical layout of the store is being altered to allow proper distancing to maintain safety.

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For all pickups and deliveries, our employees are instructed to wear gloves and face masks.

Within the garden center, all employees are required to wear face masks, and gloves when possible, as well as regularly wash their hands.  Frequently touched surfaces, such as doors, counters and carts, are cleaned several times a day.

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Micro- and baby greens are tiny, tender, flavorful seedlings of vegetables and/or herbs. Microgreens may be harvested for their youngest leaves, while baby greens are harvested at 2"–4". Both pack a big punch when it comes to nutrients. Studies show they can be up to 40 times richer in vital nutrients than their mature counterparts.

Microgreens and baby greens are not just for chef-inspired plates anymore—these nutrient powerhouses can grow right on your windowsill.

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Seguin Gardens & Gifts will be closing as of this Wednesday, March 18th.  The store will not open until at least Monday, March 30th.
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Get ready, salads--home-grown cukes are on the way!

This cool, summer, salad "must" is very easy to grow, and there is a cucumber variety to fit everyone's preference.

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Deep breath, enjoy the smell of lilacs and know spring has finally arrived! Our Bloomerang series of lilacs offer spectacular color and fragrance, but what is unique is later in the season a second set of blooms appear!

Laura LeBoutillier

Gardening Personality ~ Garden Answer

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"Of course, a lot of vegetables taste different/better home grown than from a grocery store, but beets probably have the most dramatic difference. After harvest, sugars in beets decrease dramatically - rendering them with a flavor not nearly as good as home-grown. No wonder many people didn't like beets as kids!"
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