While Supplies Last! NO HOLDS – cash and carry only. Trees must be picked up within 7 days of purchase
September in St. Louis generally marks the end of perennial planting. So if you’re still hoping to get some herbaceous perennials in the ground… do it now!
It may be tempting to go for the traditional red maple lined street or a solid wall of arborvitae for privacy, but focusing on diversity can be a fun way to discover plants you might not have ever considered before!
Whether you’re looking to fill a tight spot or just want to add some vertical interest to your landscape, these are some great options:
Today marks the hottest day of 2021 so far, with temperatures expected to be close to 100° by the afternoon. Seems to me to be a great time to go over how water moves from the ground all the way up into the canopy of a tree.
Don’t forget your tarps! Now that the deciduous trees are leafing out, they are prone to wind-stripping at high speeds. Leaves are essential to help a tree recover from transplant shock and thrive in its new home. Losing leaves during transport puts the tree’s entire survivability at risk.
It is officially Spring 2021 and for most of us in the landscape industry that means gearing up for planting season. While it’s true that fall and winter (dormancy) is typically the best time to plant most trees, there are some that benefit from an early spring planting.