Tree & Plant Information
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.
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.
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.
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.
Send a plant in lieu of sympathy flowers as a gift of remembrance for friends and loved ones. Find the tree perfect for you and request a Memorial Tribute to be sent free of charge.
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 hoping to add some color to your yard, the Crape Myrtle Black Diamond varieties are an excellent choice. These stunning trees feature vivid blooms and intense dark leaves that are almost black in hue.
When you think about magnolia trees, you might picture a long, winding lane lined with tall, flowering trees leading up to a gracious southern manor. However, while some magnolia trees do grow very large, you don't have to own a huge piece of property in order to enjoy magnolias in your own yard.
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.
The blueberry is a highly versatile fruit and can be used in everything from muffins to salads. Blueberries can be made into jams and preserves and do not lose their health benefits when frozen. Many of our customers will freeze blueberries to use throughout the year in smoothies and shakes.