By Myatt Landscaping, Posted in #TeachingTuesday

This week, we're focusing on a vigorous little groundcover called creeping Jenny (Lysimachia nummularia). In our area, creeping Jenny is a part-shade perennial, which grows best in moist garden soils or containers. It should not be allowed to grow in... read more.

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Last week we had to cancel our usual training session due to extremely cold morning temperatures! We delayed our crews coming in for an hour and a half until the sun could come up and raise the temps. Fortunately, we're not... read more.

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Hello and Happy New Year! We're trying to get back into our normal routine after the chaos of the holidays, crazy weather, and switching over our operations software system. Here's our first plant ID post of the... read more.

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Last Friday, December 21, we held our first Annual Fun Day event at our (relatively) new branch in Charleston, SC! We had 17 local employees in attendance, as well as Ryan Kimbro, the Maintenance Division Manager, and Todd... read more.

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Since today is the last work day before the Christmas holiday, I wanted to share with everyone how much we appreciate all of our employees and our industry partners! Last Friday, December 14th, we held our "Annual Fun Day" event where our employees... read more.

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Because of the short weeks we had due to rain and the Thanksgiving holiday, today we had our first new plant for plant identification training in 3 weeks! Last week, the crews reviewed the plants they learned in November: Carex 'Evergold', Chinese... read more.

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  MEET Ryan Kimbro, Maintenance Division Manager, celebrating 20 years at Myatt Landscaping. Yes, you read that correctly, Ryan has been working here for twenty years! Every part of his interview reflects his incredible dedication to his... read more.

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Today for #TeachingTuesday, we will cover two species of tea olive: Osmanthus fragrans and Osmanthus x fortunei. Tea olive is also known as false holly, or simply 'osmanthus.' Personally, tea olive is one of my all-time favorite shrubs. I have fond... read more.

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Yesterday, we hosted thirteen horticulture students, a teacher, and an assistant teacher from West Johnson High School in Benson on a field trip to learn about the landscaping industry. This was our first time hosting such an event, but we were... read more.

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This week, the Chinese pistache trees at our office burst into flaming glory, showcasing their brilliant fall color palettes of yellows, oranges, red, and even pinks and deep maroons. We couldn’t ignore it, so it’s our plant of the week! Chinese... read more.

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Today our plant of the week is the Evergold sedge, Carex oshimensis 'Evergold.' We use this plant extensively in our fall & winter planter designs because the striking foliage holds up well in the cold weather. It is also used in perennial shade... read more.

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MEET Herbie Champion, Install Division Manager, celebrating 15 years at Myatt Landscaping. Herbie stands out as a true success story--he started out working as a laborer on the installation crew and rose to division manager, one of the highest... read more.