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Order flowers and gifts from Picket Fence located in Prescott AR for a birthday, anniversary, graduation or a funeral service. The address of the flower shop is 104 W 1St St S, Prescott Arkansas 71857 Zip. The phone number is (870) 887-5967. We are committed to offer the most accurate information about Picket Fence in Prescott AR. Please contact us if this listing needs to be updated. Picket Fence delivers fresh flowers – order today.

Business name:
Picket Fence
Address:
104 W 1St St S
City:
Prescott
State:
Arkansas
Zip Code:
71857
Phone number:
(870) 887-5967
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Find Picket Fence directions to 104 W 1St St S in Prescott, AR (Zip 71857) on the Map. It's latitude and longitude coordinates are 33.802404999733, -93.3811457455158 respectively.

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Jun 19, 2020

30 Garden Tips for the Next 30 Days of Summer Featured font size + - Prescott eNews

Ken Lain can be found throughout the week at Watters Garden Center, 1815 W. Iron Springs Rd in Prescott, or contacted through his website at WattersGardenCenter.com or FB.com/WattersGardenCenter . Let'...

May 1, 2020

3 Tips For More Flowers In The Garden - Prescott eNews

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Oct 10, 2019

Invasion: Protectors of Prescott's watersheds wary of non-native plants - The Daily Courier

To irrigation farmers in places like Phoenix, cottonwoods may be perceived as a nuisance due to the tree’s great use of water. But in the eyes of Prescott Creeks, a nonprofit that strives to achieve healthy watersheds and clean waters in central Arizona for the benefit of people and wildlife, cottonwoods are a welcomed companion. “Our belief is that if you have a good, healthy cottonwood system, then you’re going to have overall more moisture in the system,” said Michael Byrd, executive director of Prescott Creeks. Byrd explained that cottonwoods keep water in the banks of the creeks with their roots. The trees also transpire moisture through their leaves and provide shade, creating a more humid environment. Even more significant, though, is cottonwoods are native to central Arizona and hospitably share the land with other native plant species. This is not the case for plants like spotted knapweed and common teasel, two non-native species that Prescott Creeks has been struggling to control the spread of. “It has a very invasive growth habit,” Byrd said of common teasel. “It really degrades diversity in the ecosystem.” A recently-identified invader of...

Oct 10, 2019

October Companion Plants and the Soil They Love - Prescott eNews

I think they are the best plants for October colors in our area. From the tree down to bottom of the grouping, you see Prescott Blaze Maple, Red Wall Virginia Creeper, Compact Burning Bush, Fox Red Sedge, mums, and kale. Each is coming into its autumn colors right now. Autumn is the season of transition from summer gardens to winter-blooming flowers, and the planting of vegetables harvested through the end of the year. However, if you are a gardener whose summer efforts have failed to meet the expectations you had for your garden, you may not want to consider extending your sad summer run! But, take heart... If your gardens have struggled, their soils probably are the culprits. The ideal garden soil has the right texture, composition, drainage, acidity, and mineral density. Determine any faults of your gardens' soils, correct those faults, and any plants in the proper soil will want to grow heartily, no matter the season. Get this balance of desirable traits even close to ideal, and your gardening successes will increase noticeably. Guaranteed! Here are four easy DIY tests for the average homeowner to make a garden's soil assessment: Soil is classified as clay, sandy, or loamy. Clay is nutrient-rich, but slow draining. Sand is quick draining but has trouble retaining nutrients and moisture. Loam is considered the ideal soil because it retains moisture and nutrients but isn't soggy. Squeeze Test - One of the most fundamental characteristics of soil is its composition. To determine your soil type, take a han...

Jul 26, 2019

Get advice on choosing plants at Monsoon Madness sale this weekend - Prescott Daily Courier

Barnes and other master gardeners will be at the Prescott Rodeo Grounds, 840 Rodeo Drive, from 7:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Saturday, July 13, for the annual Monsoon Madness Plant and Yard Sale. It will have a lot of plants, mostly grown by master gardeners, as well as plenty of other related items, Barnes said. “We also have a section of what we call yard stuff, which is anything garden related,” she said. “Pots, hoses, plant stands, anything that master gardeners have that they’ve cleaned out of their sheds.” The event is a one-stop shop for gardening needs no matter the gardener’s skill level. An information table will be available to allow residents to ask questions about their yard, Barnes said. A common question people tend to ask is how to water the plants they have bought at the sale, she said. Others will describe an area of their yard to find out what types of plants will do well there, Barnes said. People who are having yard problems also can bring a plant or insect problem to the information table, she said. If the question can’t be answered then and there, the master gardeners will take a sample and get back with an answer after some research, Barnes said. Right now is a good time to purchase plants, especially with the monsoon rains on their way, she said. “That helps with the irrigation,” Barnes said. For more information about the Monsoon Madness Plant and Yard Sale, call Barnes at 928-445-6590 ext. 237 or email her at barnesm@email.arizona.edu. The Monsoon Madness Plant and Yard Sale is cash only.

Jul 5, 2019

12 annual flowers that thrive in full sunlight - The Daily Courier

Watters Garden Center. Ken Lain can be found throughout the week at Watters Garden Center, 1815 W. Iron Springs Road in Prescott, or contacted through WattersGardenCenter.com or FB.com/WattersGardenCenter.

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