Cold weather is setting in, and that means it's time to think about winter garden prep. Here's a quick list of critical considerations as you get your garden ready for winter.
Good hydration at the roots is essential to happy plants next season. Newly installed plants need to be watered up until the ground … Continue Reading ››
Crimson Spire Oak is the stuff dreams are made of. That's a bold statement, we know, so let us present the evidence:
Crimson Spire (a hybrid between English oak and native white oak) has fantastic foliage. Rich green leaves densely cover the tree in summer and turn a rusty to bright red in mid … Continue Reading ››
We'd like to introduce you to a truly delightful dogwood: Red Rover silky dogwood (Cornus obliqua 'Powell Gardens'). Red Rover is a compact selection- perfect for residential landscapes that might not have space for some of the larger dogwoods out there. Its many ornamental qualities only sweeten the deal. Here's the scoop on … Continue Reading ››
Imagine a tree with gorgeous red fall color, vigorous growth, and innately good structure. Sounds almost too good to be true doesn't it? But take heart- it is all possible with the beautiful Matador maple.
Matador maple shows pleasing symmetrical branching and a strong central leader with minimal maintenance. The handsome form is already … Continue Reading ››
September is here, but that doesn't mean that the season is over. In fact, now that hot weather is settling down, it's the perfect time to get some things done in the garden. Here's our quick list of September garden tasks:
September Garden Tasks
Plant At the risk of sounding like a broken record- fall … Continue Reading ››