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North Carolina Evergreen Trees

Sky Pencil Holly
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Sky Pencil Holly

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Introduction An Elegant Looking Shrub Perfect for containers, entryways, and lining driveways Enjoy deep green foliage year round Extremely popula...

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Leyland Cypress
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Leyland Cypress

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Introduction Our Top Selling Privacy Tree! Can grow 3-5 ft a year! Creates a beautiful living fence Quickly block out what you don't want to see M...

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Wax Myrtle
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Wax Myrtle

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Introduction Create Privacy Between your Neighbors in No Time! Enjoy your backyard with this great hedge Fast growing...3-5 feet per year! Evergre...

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Steeds Holly
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Steeds Holly

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Introduction Unique Holly that is Easy to Grow Adds character to your front entrance Great anchor plant for smaller areas Also makes a perfect med...

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Oakland Holly
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Oakland Holly

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Introduction Perfect Holly Tree to Frame Each Side of Your Home Softer leaf that resembles an oak tree leaf Emerald green color Dense, lush foliag...

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Deodar Cedar
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Deodar Cedar

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Introduction Makes for a perfect focal point All natural look and feel Fast Growing Great paired in the landscape with rose bushes, abelia, and lo...

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When to Plant North Carolina Evergreen Trees

Spring and fall are the best seasons for planting evergreen trees in North Carolina. Most evergreens can be planted safely during winter when the ground is digable. Tropical evergreen trees and other cold sensitive evergreens should not be planted in winter, especially in the cooler regions of the state. Summer is the worst time to plant evergreen trees. They are more likely to suffer from transplant and drought stress at this time. 

How to Plant Evergreen Trees

Water your potted evergreen thoroughly immediately before planting your tree. Next, dig a hole about twice the width of the root ball, but not quite as deep as it is tall. Place your North Carolina evergreen tree evenly in the hole. Be sure the top of the root ball is slightly higher than the existing soil line. Then, backfill with the existing soil. Water deeply until the water begins to pool on the surface of the ground. Apply a 1 to 2 inch mound of pine straw or pine bark mulch around your evergreen trees to reduce watering needs, retain soil moisture, protect the roots, and keep weeds away. Extend the mulch a couple inches beyond the tree’s canopy. Do not pile mulch against the trunk.

When to Prune North Carolina Evergreen Trees

Winter or early spring is the best time to prune most North Carolina evergreen trees. However, spring blooming evergreen trees should be pruned after their bloom period has ended to avoid removing flower buds. Fall when temperatures are cooling down is also a good time for pruning North Carolina evergreen trees. Minor pruning can be done anytime. Broken, dead, or diseased branches should be pruned off as soon as you notice them.

How to Care for North Carolina Evergreen Trees

For the first 2 to 3 months while your evergreen tree is establishing water deeply at the base of the tree 1 to 2 times per week. Water once weekly during the first summer, especially in the warmer regions of the state. Evergreen trees prefer acidic soil and will absorb nutrients better when the soil pH is on the acidic side. Fertilize evergreen trees of North Carolina in spring with a balanced slow release fertilizer

Where to Buy North Carolina Evergreen Trees

Buy North Carolina evergreen trees online at PlantingTree. We are a family owned and operated online North Carolina plant nursery. We ship our high quality North Carolina plants and trees for sale to your home from our Mooresville, NC nursery. Our premium North Carolina evergreen trees are healthy and ready to plant. Our trees come in a pot with soil; they are never bareroot. Nursery not open to the public.

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