Tree & Planting Information
How Chilly Weather Can Affect Tree Growth
Although many trees can withstand a variety of hardiness zones, cold or inconsistent weather can affect them. Learn how the weather impacts tree growth.
What to Expect from Our Trees: Winter Edition
If you buy a tree online 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.
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.
How To Winterize Trees & Shrubs
Most trees sleep each winter (called their dormancy period). The amount and quality of their rest also determines how healthy and productive they are! Let’s talk about preparing for winter, the challenges you may face, and making this dormancy period the best it can be for your plants and trees.
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.
Must-Know Tips for Winterizing a Fig Tree
Fig trees can be a little sensitive to the cold, so you need to take extra-good care of them in the winter. Here are some tips for protecting your fig tree.