There was a blog article on this subject nearly a decade ago that has always made the plant geek in us laugh – calling Catalpa’s the Rodney Dangerfield of shade trees since they get no respect!
While warmer zones tend to have all the fun with spring blooming trees, those in colder regions can now add this beautiful bloomer to their pallet! Hardy from zones 2 through 8, Gladiator™ is an excellent ornament tree.
Looking ahead to Spring, Bailey Nurseries announces a new variety of Nannyberry!
The Pahl’s crew removed and disposed this entire landscape in Minneapolis in preparation for an upcoming wedding. We installed new Retaining Walls, Pillars w/ Light Fixtures, Pavers, Outdoor Kitchen, Fountain, Arbor, Soil, Plants, Edging and Sod. The homeowners had their dream wedding in this fabulous setting shortly after completion of this project. Congrats!
The use of trees, shrubs and perennials will add variety and depth to your landscape. This combination will bring interest spring, summer, fall and winter. We all know how long our Minnesota winters can last, so do not hesitate to layer your landscape so it is attractive all year.
A chance seedling River birch (Betula nigra) was discovered in the 1970s and cultivated by cloning. This unusual River birch has a dwarf, compact, dense habit, reaching 10 feet tall and 12 feet wide.
There are a number of things to consider before getting the saw and pruner ready. Tree pruning impacts trees in many ways, such as causing a risk of decay through open wounds, loss of food-producing leaves for growth, and redirection of growth by reducing competing branches.
By Chris Kaufenberg Summer brings produce season to Pahl’s Market! Sweet corn and peppers and beans, oh my! With over 1000 acres of farmland we always have an assortment of fresh picked homegrown vegetables available in the market. Summertime sweet fresh fruit cools the days. The muskmelon and watermelon are mouth watering. We also have […]