We got a very late start this season due to the extremely strange spring weather we had and were not able to start our season this year until later in April compared to March the previous year. Normally, we try to work until Thanksgiving and this year we were pretty close to that date. The […]
The tree stand should be kept full of water. If the water level drops below the base of the tree, a seal will form over the cut stump. This will prevent the tree from absorbing water later when the tree stand is refilled. If a seal does form, another fresh cut will need to be […]
Reflecting on 2013 and looking ahead to 2014
Glory to God in the highest And on earth peace good will toward men Born unto a virgin was God’s only begotten Son Emmanuel (God with us) is the title of The One Mary’s father was of Judah, the linage of a king Mary’s mother was a Levite, from Aaron’s priestly string The world beheld […]
The fragrance in our greenhouses all through December will surely enhance your Christmas spirit. A beautiful mix of balsam, fraser fir, noble, grand, and pine will bring a blend of the fresh smell of evergreens. The fresh trees are all waiting to go home with the perfect family. We love to share the annual tradition […]
The Japanese maple (Acer x palmatum) comes in many beautiful cultivars and is the most widely grown maple in the American landscape garden. It is valued for its compact size as a picturesque, small shrubby tree with delicate foliage in horizontal layers and brilliant fall color that lasts late into the season. However, it is […]
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