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Flood Information from NDSU

20 April 2012

NDSU Offers Tips on Repairing Flooded Landscapes ———————————————— The flood of 2011 devastated many landscapes. However, it is a new year and spring is here, so it’s time to get landscapes back into shape. Bare spots in the lawn can be reseeded or resodded when the ground is dry enough to work. “Prepare a smooth [...]

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Check out the Lowe’s Garden Center and Floral Plant Finder!

26 July 2010

Get a jumpstart with your summer planting for next year with the Lowe’s Plant Finder.  You can search  by many features that can help you answer those tough planting questions.  We all have those spots in the yard that we are just not quite sure what will grow well there or What kind of plants [...]

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Does Lowe’s Floral have any guarantee if I buy a tree, plant it myself and it dies?

20 July 2010

Lowe’s Garden Center and Floral does offer a guarantee on all regular priced trees and shrubs, even if you buy it and plant it yourself.  The guarantee is basically this:  All our high quality, Northern Grown Nursery plant materials should grow during the season in which they are planted and come back the next year.  [...]

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What “zone” are we in?

28 June 2010

Minot, ND is located in USDA climate zone 3a in well protected spots in the river valley and USDA climate zone 3b on the hills or the surrounding prairie areas. Minot Air Force Base (MAFB), ND is located in USDA climate zone 3b. The only perennial plant material that Lowe’s Garden Center carries is specifically [...]

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