American Yellowwood The Basics Zones 4-8, Sun to Light Shade, Moist soil 30'-50' high, 40'-50' wide at maturity Blooms late spring, white to pale pink Range General Information About Yellowwood This is one of the rarest of our native trees. They tend to be wide-crowned and their bark … [Read more...]
This Week in the Nursery – April 20
Spring is finally here! We have loved being busy again and helping everyone with their plants. Remember, with the dry weather, you do need to water new plantings. Feel the soil a few inches below the surface to determine if you need to water or not. Cool and moist, probably OK. Dry and crumbly … [Read more...]
Things Are Looking Great!
Here's what is catching our eye this week!! Native Azaleas Native azaleas..lovely, deciduous rhododendrons best suited for shaded or partly sunny gardens with acidic, consistently moist but well drained soil (they don’t tend to like wet feet). They do not tolerate heavy clay or alkaline soils. … [Read more...]
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