What to Expect from Our Trees: Autumn Edition

What to Expect from Our Trees: Autumn Edition

When Autumn arrives and the days are shorter, deciduous trees, plants, and shrubs decrease chlorophyll pigment production. This will result in the leaves changing colors. The leaves are also no longer producing food to grow and are showing signs of shutting down, which leads to discoloration, leaf curling, and leaf spot. 
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.
April 07, 2020

Fruits Trees & Pollination: What You Need To Know

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. 
March 28, 2019

Tips For Buying Fruit Trees

At Plant Me Green, we sell a wide variety of fruit trees. Our fruit trees not only enhance the look of your yard, they also will eventually provide you with a bounty of fresh fruit. Before you select a fruit tree, consider the following information. 

April 10, 2015
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Planting Fruit Trees in Winter

It's cold. The days are overcast. Night falls earlier. Sometimes the winter seems like a bleak time. There are, of course, things that make the winter worthwhile: hot chocolate, warm fires, and planting fruit trees. While fruit trees do not look particularly attractive in the winter time, this is actually the best time to plant them as long as the ground is not frozen.
January 04, 2014