Tree & Plant Information
What's the deal with bare root trees? Perhaps you've heard about bare root trees but have no idea what they are, or perhaps you understand what they are but have no idea if they are right for you. If either of these are true, this blog post is for you!
If you are considering buying fruit trees, it helps to learn a little bit about pollination requirements for the type of tree you wish to purchase. Here are a few helpful facts and tips regarding the pollination of fruit 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.
When you think about buying a tree, you might think about purchasing a small tree in a container, and we do sell many container trees. Bare root trees are not in a container nor do they have soil around their roots.
Pecan trees are one of our biggest sellers, and it’s not too late to purchase and plant container pecan trees or bare root pecan trees. Before you purchase a tree, you might find it helpful to read on to get some answers to common questions about our pecans.
The best time to plant a pecan tree is typically from December through early spring, so this time of year is ideal to purchase a bare root pecan tree or a container pecan tree.
Pecan trees are one of our most popular products and there are many varieties to consider. In addition, if you are buying pecan trees online, you also must decide whether to purchase bare root trees or container trees. Here is some information that might help you to decide.