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December 21, 2009
Here at Evergreen, recycling has always been a part of our business plan. It was a part of our business plan way before it became politically correct and before everyone talked about ‘green’ this and ‘green’ that. One of the...
December 1, 2009
The other day, I was driving along in Mission Beach, near the Catamaran Hotel, and I happened upon a hedge that I myself had planted nearly 30 years ago. Remembering that I planted it, I decided that I ought to stop and take a...
November 20, 2009
  It’s amazing how every time I go to the big box retail stores and I look to buy some gadget that I need, there will be a stamp on it that says, “some assembly required”. That means I’m in trouble. I probably won’t read the...
November 16, 2009
People are always calling us up or sending us emails in search of a plant they can put in a really shady spot. Well, there are a couple of really wonderful plants that will work good for that. One of them is a Clivia miniata,...
November 5, 2009
Nothing frustrates me more than picking up the evening paper and reading about yet another government program for recycling that really takes more effort environmentally than it saves. It seems like everybody’s dying to do...
October 28, 2009
A Vine for Shade Often at info@evergreennursery.com we get request for what to do to plant a vine in a shady area or on a shady patio. Well, the two things that come to mind are Madagascar Jasmine (Stephanotis) and the other is...
October 22, 2009
Wow!  We are up in Washington state. It is really beautiful.  Our quest has been to find beautiful Noble Fir trees for the upcoming 2009 Christmas season. It took some traveling, but we struck gold.  We tagged some really nice...
October 16, 2009
A while back, a friend of a friend asked me to come out to Mt. Helix to take a look at a lot they were planning on building their house on. They wanted some ideas for what to do with some of the existing vegetation. When I got to...
October 15, 2009
A recent investigation conducted by investigators L. M. Anderson and H. K. Cordell showed that trees had a definite economic influence on the purchase price of residential properties. The study showed that the value of a home...

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