First to Bloom: The Japanese Magnolia

Commonly known as the saucer magnolia, the Alexandrina or the Ann magnolia makes a beautiful flowering specimen for the landscape. Considered a broad shrub or small tree it typically rises to 20-25’ tall with a rounded crown. It is often grown in a multi-trunked shrubby form.

Growing Zones: 5-9

NEW! Dwarf Raspberry Shortcake®

The Bushel and Berry Raspberry Shortcake is a must-have for all berry lovers. Grow your berries close to your house in a container, as no trellis is needed to grow this plant. This revolutionary, thornless raspberry offers everyone a chance to enjoy raspberries like never before. Raspberry Shortcake is compact, with a rounded growth habit and thrives in a patio pot or in the landscape.

$44.95 (Limited Time Only.)

TREE & PLANT INFORMATION

Can I Plant Trees in Winter?

Can I Plant Trees in Winter?

Fall and winter months are some of the best times of the year to plant a tree. However, the answer is not a clear yes or no. It will depend on a variety of factors including your local climate, what type of tree/shrub you are planting, and how much time before severe weather is forecasted.
What to Expect from Our Trees: Winter Edition

What to Expect from Our Trees: Winter Edition

If you are shipped a tree between the months of December and March, the tree you receive may not be as pretty as you might have expected. Have no fear! Your tree may look like it isn’t healthy, but don’t worry, it’s just dormant for the winter.
When You Receive Your Bare Root Trees

When You Receive Your Bare Root Trees

If you don't have an ideal place to store the plants in their packages or if you must wait for longer than 7 days to plant, then it is a good idea to heel your plants in. Start by digging a V-shaped trench that is wide and deep enough to hold the plants' roots.

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