Tree & Plant Information
Fall gardening is an important time of the year. It's a time to look at the successes and trials of gardening that you've faced thus far. So, as you're reflecting on your last year of efforts, remember that "fall cleaning" is a very important part of your spring garden.
Planting and transplanting during the dogs days of summer, are not ideal. But with a few tips on how to "beat the heat" and with a little extra TLC to your plants, you can grow whatever you want this time of year — without getting too carried away!
What is so special about peaches and why do we love them so much? Since August is national peach month, we thought it would be fun to explore the history and facts of this delicious fruit.
One of the most important things we tell our customers is this: When it's hot outside, you HAVE to water your plant. Without it, you're almost ensuring its death. But there is another side to the watering coin; too much watering can have the same outcome as not enough.
When the summer time hits, your plants need extra care. The heat, beating sun, and pests all converge to create the perfect atmosphere for a wilted and sick plant. When the heat hits, you can be prepared with just a few extra steps...
Details on how to prune your crape myrtle to the exact look you want! Prune your crape myrtle in the form of Standard, Multiple Stem, or Natural.
There are quite a lot of crape myrtle varieties each with their own unique qualities. From the color choices to the bloom period there are so many choices! Exactly how do you decide which crape myrtle is right for you?
Oleander creates die-hard fans once planted and it is easy to see why. The flowers are beautiful! It thrives in some of the hardest growing conditions found in the States, bringing beauty to coastal and desert landscaping. This shrub is fast growing and can be used as a border tree or wind break.
In honor of Arbor Day 2018 we would like to introduce a few new trees and shrubs to you all! This collection will continue to grow but take a look at the new offerings here at Plant Me Green.
One of the most unique of the old legends handed down in the South is the story of the Dogwood Tree. I still remember the story of the Dogwood tree from when I was a child. Every Easter I stop and think of the story. It is just for fun but we hope you will enjoy and share with your family and friends.