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  • September 2017 Newsletter

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    Storage Tips

    Bring Summer Indoors While we love the harvest season, we hate to see our fresh produce and blooming flowers disappear until next year. But we can hang on to summer well into the cooler months by storing and preserving all that we've[...]

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    New Arrivals and Sales 2016

       All of our roses, from our English style David Austin Roses to our Hybrid Tea Roses and Knockout Roses are on sale! Purchase two roses, and get a rose of equal or lesser value for FREE!Sweet Potato Slip Varieties: Georgia [...]

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    Nothing compares to the scent of fresh evergreens in the winter. Here as St. Matthews Feed & Seed we carry an extensive selection of fresh garland and wreaths for the holidays. Garland Fresh garland wound around a banister, or strung [...]

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    St. Matthews Feed & Seed Christmas Trees

    Why Fraser Fir? The Fraser Fir as a Christmas tree has been voted as the #1 Christmas tree choice by Louisville consumers, and for good reason. Fraser Firs have excellent needle retention, strong upturned well-spaced branches that are [...]

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    Fall Mulching: What You Need to Know

    As trees, shrubs, plants, and bulbs move towards dormancy, fall mulching will benefit your plants during the colder months. Mulching prevents erosion, prevents moisture loss, helps maintain a constant temperature, suppresses weed growth, [...]

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    Why Sow Cover Crops?

    Cover crops, also known as green manures, are one of the cornerstones of sustainable agriculture. Weeding, harvesting, and even foot traffic can degenerate the soil of a home garden. Utilizing cover crops, such as fast-growing grains, [...]

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    Maintaining and Growing a Lush Lawn: Fall Is The Time For Planting Grass Seed

    You may think the growing season is over, but there are many things to plant in the fall; one of which is grass seed. In order to keep out weeds and maintain a healthy lawn, now is the best time for seeding your lawn. So, what seed is [...]

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