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Red Dogwood Tree

Red Dogwood Tree

66 reviews

Introduction Welcome Spring with Your Very Own RED Dogwood! Red Blooms, Red Leaves, and Red Berries! Let Your Yard Shine with this Extraordinary T...

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Oakland Holly

Oakland Holly

15 reviews

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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Pink Dogwood Tree for Sale

Pink Dogwood

46 reviews

Introduction You will Cherish this Tree for Years to Come Welcome Spring with Tons of the most Beautiful Blooms! Gorgeous PINK Flowers turn heads ...

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When to Prune Trees

Most trees should be pruned in late winter or early spring. Deciduous trees are dormant at this time and evergreens have slowed down their processes. Time pruning close to dormancy break or the start of the growing season for the best results. Flowering trees that bloom in spring should be pruned after they complete their blooming cycle. Summer blooming trees should be pruned when they are dormant in late winter or early spring. Tropical trees can be pruned anytime of year. Minor pruning of dead, diseased, or broken branches can be done at any time for any type of tree. 

How to Fertilize Trees

If your tree is growing well and looks green and healthy, then no fertilizer is required. If your soil is nutrient poor or your tree needs a boost, apply fertilizer in spring. Our balanced slow release fertilizer is safe to use when planting and throughout the year. The polymer coated formula prevents plant burn and feeds your tree for up to 6 months!

How to Plant Trees

Your potted tree should be watered well prior to planting to ensure the root ball is as moist as possible. Dig a hole about twice as wide as the root ball. When you place your tree in the hole, the top of the root ball should be slightly visible above the soil line. Gently tamp the soil back in the hole around your tree’s roots. Immediately after planting, water deeply at the base of your tree until the ground can no longer hold water. 

When to Plant Trees

The best time to plant trees varies widely depending on the type of tree and your climate. In general fall is the best time to plant trees for most cli