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31.3.16

Do you like to work in the Yard? @PikeNurseries has a giveaway for you!

Received this email and thought I would share.  I would LOVE to have a gift certificate to go and do some damage at Pike Nurseries!!!!   We have a yard that once had lots of trees.  We have been trying to clean out the "jungle" as I call it and I have told Marc time and time again that I think planting a ton of Azaleas would be perfect in the area that is no longer such a jungle. Growing up, I remember my yard had a fence full of Azaleas and I want to try and recreate that for my children to enjoy. (Makes a great backdrop for photos too!)
Do you enjoy working in the yard? 




ATLANTA (March 29, 2016) – Just in time for the prime gardening season, Pike Nurseries is debuting a new, eye-catching plant variety that will set any landscape ablaze with vibrant color and interest all year long. Starting Friday, April 1, all garden center locations will carry Autumn Fire™, the newest variety of high-performing shrubs from Encore® Azalea.   

Known as a hallmark favorite of Southern gardens, Azaleas showcase stunning spring blossoms in a variety of dazzling hues. As the most recent addition to Encore® Azalea’s superior collection of easy-care, multi-season blooming shrubs, the Autumn Fire™ takes this signature color display up a notch with fierce year-round appeal. A nod to its fiery name, this new dwarf azalea flaunts semi-double velvety blooms in a true, robust red from spring through fall. During winter months, its glossy, dark green foliage deepens to a saturated purple-bronze. 

“We take into account many factors when deciding which varietals will be featured in stores, and the Autumn Fire™ azalea hit the mark in every category,” said Mark Malaguerra, Tree and Shrub Buyer for PikeNurseries. “Its showy scarlet blooms and striking foliage – combined with its other noteworthy features – make this new dwarf shrub an absolute must-have in any Southern garden.”

As if its pop of vivid color wasn’t enough, Autumn Fire™ is also known for its weather durability. Having recently received the best cold hardy rating of all Encore® Azaleas in university trials, this variety can endure harsh temperatures while providing much-needed color and interest to stark winter landscapes.

Because it’s a dwarf shrub, the Autumn Fire™ is perfect for containers, shrub borders, small hedges, as accent plants or planted in mass. It grows 2 ½ feet tall and 3 feet wide with blooms about 2 ½ inches across, and requires little pruning due to its compact growth. The best time to plant this variety is when temperatures are generally mild in late spring or early fall. The Autumn Fire™ just needs partial shade, well-drained soil and regular watering to thrive – perfect for green thumb gurus and budding gardeners alike!

As part of the big debut for this new variety, Pike Nurseries is hosting two giveaway opportunities for customers to win a 1 gallon Autumn Fire™ shrub of their own! Guests can look for a dedicated social media post on the garden center’s Facebook page and Twitter page and enter to win now through Friday, April 1 by sharing the post via Facebook or re-Tweeting via Twitter. 16 winners will be randomly selected and announced onFriday, April 1. Customers can also participate in a register-to-win raffle drawing on Friday, April 1 during the annual Garden Party from at all store locations. 5 winners will be randomly selected at the event and contacted the following week. All winners must be able to pick up their Autumn Fire™ in one of Pike Nurseries’ store locations.


Customers can visit their local Pike Nurseries store to purchase or receive more information about the new Autumn Fire™. Other spring favorites available at Pike Nurseries include tomato varieties, cocktail fruit trees, encore azaleas and more. As always, the experts at Pike Nurseries are available to provide professional advice, offer suggestions and even help custom design homeowners’ landscapes.

2 comments:

  1. I wish I could work out there more. Most the time I leave it up to Travis, since my allergies are so crappy. He left seedlings for me to take care of. They died. I'm so horrible.

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  2. Me have a few great nurseries here. I like walking through them.

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