Fruit of the Divine

Originally from China, persimmon trees have been grown for thousands of years for their delicious fruit and beautiful wood. Their orange-colored fruits are known for their sweet, honey-like flavor.

While hundreds of types exist, the Hachiya and Fuyu varieties are among the most popular.

The Dogwood Tree

The dogwood, one of the most popular trees in the country, offers an unmatched four-season display of beauty. The main attraction is the appearance of the showy white or pink flowers that herald the arrival of spring. Minimal in its care requirements, the dogwood readily thrives in the home landscape and grows quickly.

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3 Seasons of Magnificent Color

Southern Living™ Miss Frances Crape Myrtle stuns with three seasons worth of magic. Spring brings new growth with colors of red and lime green. Summer blooms are a true red and last up to 90 days against the dark green foliage. As the temperature drops this little crape myrtle brings one last powerful punch with a leaf change to burgundy red. 

TREE & PLANT INFORMATION

Watering in the summer: How much is too much?

Watering in the summer: How much is too much?

One of the most important things we tell our customers is this: When it's hot outside, you HAVE to water your plant. Without it, you're almost ensuring its death. But there is another side to the watering coin; too much watering can have the same outcome as not enough.
Landscaping Around Power Lines

Landscaping Around Power Lines

Trees can add beauty to your home and shade to boost your energy efficiency. They are a vital part of a healthy and vibrant community, providing ecological, aesthetic and economic benefits. But trees planted too close to power lines can grow into big problems and be expensive to maintain.
Premature Fruit Drop

Premature Fruit Drop

As spring time flourishes and you see your new fruit form, you start preparing for what you will do with that first delicious bite. And then out of nowhere (it seems!) you come out one morning to find that beloved first fruit on the ground, before it was ripe. So what has caused this? There are a variety of reasons and we list the top 5 for you to utilize as you troubleshoot to find a solution.

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