Summer is the most difficult time of the year on plants. Our gardens take the brunt of the harsh sunlight and temperatures. To keep your garden looking healthy and beautiful all season long, here are summer garden maintenance tips our real estate agents recommend.
National Arbor Day is April 26th and our REALTORS® want to say thank you to all of the communities throughout North Carolina that embrace this annual holiday. Founded in 1872 in Nebraska City, Arbor Day celebrates the commitment our communities have to a maintaining healthy urban environment.
Did you know that over 40 percent of North Carolina homeowners live in a Tree City USA community? With over 80 Tree City USA communities across the state, our families, friends, and neighbors have planted nearly 26,000 new trees over four decades. Is your North Carolina hometown is a Tree City? Here are a few of our favorites.
An old Chinese proverb states: "The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The second best time is now." Join our REALTORS® this Arbor Day and plant a tree in one of our beautiful North Carolina communities. For more information about Tree City USA communities in your area, Arbor Day events around town, or to buy and sell gorgeous North Carolina homes, contact us today.
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