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Pink Weigela

Pink Weigela

The Pink Weigela, pronounced ‘why-gee-lush,’ is a welcome sight to gardeners as it is often the first bloom as the spring season begins. This upright growing habit, also a member of the honeysuckle family, produces clusters of pink tubular-shaped flowers that attract hummingbirds and butterflies alike. While this variety can thrive in either full sun or shade, it is essential to note that it does not do well in the hottest regions if considering a full sun placement. While it is highly tolerant of heat, it requires consistent watering to perform at its best. During its first season, this shrub requires moisture, soil, and consistent watering to become well-established and mature to its showy best. Benefits Of Planting Pink Weigela Pink Weigela is a moderate to fast grower, gaining up to 18” a year in new growth. This hardy shrub can grow as wide as it is tall, so consider the appropriate spacing when introducing this beauty to your garden design. There are many varieties to consider, and each array puts forth attractive, brilliant foliage that offers significant contrasts within your garden and landscape areas. The foliage, whether that of a deep, purplish hue or a bright, nearly glowing green, is the perfect backdrop for the pink blooms that vary in depth. The long blooming season makes this a preferred garden choice for the zones indicated. Lure Wildlife With Garden Plant Nursery Plants Pink Weigela has won over gardeners of all skill levels as it requires little tending. This shrub's bold statement cannot be emphasized enough. The satisfaction you will realize by seeing the nectar-loving hummingbirds and butterflies that flock to enjoy these at your location is worth it! As you are beginning your planting plans or enhancing existing plantings in your yard, we can assure you that you will be satisfied by this long-life, hardy shrub. Attributes Of Pink Weigela Hardy Planting Zone: 4-8 Bloom Season (if any): Early Spring to Late Summer Bloom Color: Pink Height at Maturity: up to 5’ Soil Type Preferred: moist, well-drained soils Sun or Shade: Full sun and partial sun

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Sweet Gum Tree

Sweet Gum Tree

 Sweet gum trees are one of North America's most attractive and easy-to-groove types, and they grow relatively quickly in various environments. Scientifically known as Liquidambar styraciflua, they are well known for their beautiful shape, usually seeing them grow to around 75 feet in a yard and more than 120 feet in the wild. Sweet Gum Tree Is Build Unique  They have a long, straight trunk that allows a conical shape to form, with larger, wide branches closer to the base of the trunk becoming skinnier at the top. One of the sweet gum trees' most impressive aspects is its display, which includes bright green leaves that form a star shape. Small flowers form in late spring and early summer, bright yellow-green with a touch of red skirting the edge of the petals. The arrival of Fall sees the foliage display become essential, with the bright green leaves turning a yellow-orange color. The Sweet Gum Tree Provides Tons Of Shade There are several benefits for a property owner interested in providing a large amount of shade in their yard and fixing any nitrogen problems within their soil. They have become known to many gardeners for the one-inch fruit that grows in the Summer and can linger until January. Sweet Gum Tree Thrives In Many Soil Types Growing this stunning Sweet Gum tree is made easier by this species' ability to adapt to acidic, sandy, well-drained soils, which makes it an essential part of many gardens. Hardy Planting Zones - Five to nine Bloom Season - Spring to early Summer Bloom Color - Yellow-green Height at Maturity - 80 to 120 feet

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River Birch Live Stakes  -  Package of 100

River Birch Live Stakes - Package of 100

River Birch trees mainly grow along the river. They can be planted in a way that allows a tree to grow around another tree and even up through its branches and leaves. The tree's roots can grow in a spiraling pattern around the other tree.  River Birch Live Stakes Produces Unique Flowers Catkins produce cylinder-looking flower clusters that appear in early spring. River birch live stakes fruit is a small cone-shaped structure that holds the seeds, which are small, brown, winged nuts. The tree's leaves are long and slender and light green. The tree's bark is fascinating to watch because it peels off in strips that resemble ribbons curled upon themselves. This bark is an essential characteristic as it adds to the beauty of this tree. The wood is light-colored with reddish-brown streaks in it.  River Birch Live Stakes Wood Is Light-Weight The timber from the tree is very useful in furniture making and even boat building because it is very lightweight. The tree is highly fire-resistant and resistant to decay. A lot of the timber from the tree is sold for flooring in houses. It is also used to make fence posts. The wood is very durable and can be used for many other things.  The River Birch Live Stakes Protects Against Storm Damage The tree has been used as a windbreak for many years to protect crops, homes, and forests from damage caused by storms. One of the many reasons the tree is used as a windbreak is because it has a very shallow root system and can be grown in locations with poor soil. They can be grown in rows or singly with different trees and shrubs to create an effective windbreak. The River Birch live stakes make a great tree to plant because it will add beauty to any landscape. If you want to plant a tree that will last for many years, the tree is a great choice. The tree is also an excellent choice for anyone who wants a beautiful landscape but doesn't want to spend much money.

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Red Maple Live Stakes  -  Package of 100

Red Maple Live Stakes - Package of 100

The Red Maple Live Stakes grows healthy in hardiness zones 3-9. It is a fast-growing tree that usually grows an average of 2 to 3 feet a year. It is durable and versatile and can endure various soil types and climates. Red Maple Live Stakes Bloom The tree's bloom season is fall. Springtime produces stems that develop small buds on the end, which bloom red flowers. The flowers produce seeds, which transform into a winged fruit that looks like fibrous tissue paper. The shape and lightness allow the wind to take the seeds far from the parent tree. The leaves are green but turn a fiery, vibrant red in the fall. It is a beautiful tree to watch transition in color through the seasons.  The Growth Of Red Maple Live Stakes At maturity, the tree can grow as tall as 50 feet. They have been known to grow taller as they age. It is native to North America and you can find them in an abundance in the eastern part of the United States. They are considered a mid-size tree and are commonly used in landscaping. Where To Plant Red Maple Live Stakes The versatility of Red Maple Live Stakes allows it to grow well in different soil types and environments. The tree can be found growing in overly developed urban areas considered to be non-agricultural and less populated rural areas with lots of open lands. It grows best in medium to fine soil. It likes moist, well-drained soil. The roots are shallow at the beginning of its growth. If you give it the room it needs to grow, it will be able to develop a strong root system. If Red Maple Live Stakes are given full sunlight to grow to their height capacity, they will be a beautiful tree that provides abundant shade. Due to its low maintenance, it is a famous tree for landscaping.

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Pin Oak Tree

Pin Oak Tree

Pin Oak Trees are hardy trees used in landscaping. They grow in a pyramid-like shape and have a dense canopy, which gives them a unique silhouette. At the top of the tree, the branches point upwards. The middle and lower branches hang to the side or below the tree. The bark of the tree is smooth. As the trees grow older, they develop deeper fissures in the trunk. The Pin Oak Tree Has Acorns In late spring, after the last frost, they produce yellow-green catkins and begin to sprout leaves. Their leaves are distinctive; each has five lobes separated by deep sinuses. In the summer, the leaves are dark and glossy green. In the autumn, they become a beautiful orange or bronze. These trees' acorns are about half an inch long and require multiple seasons to develop fully. Pin Oak Tree Lives For Over 100 Years Pin Oak Trees are fast growers but have a shorter lifespan than other species. They only live to be about 120 years old, while other trees in their family can reach a few centuries. It also differs from other species because its root system is shallow rather than deep and robust. They grow well in wetland or clay soil and can tolerate occasional flooding. Alkaline soils should be avoided with this species of oak. They risk turning yellow when the environment has a high pH content. Wildlife Loves Pin Oak Trees The acorns of the trees will attract a variety of wildlife. Deer, squirrels, ducks, and rabbits will need the acorns that fall to the ground. Pin Oak Tree Hardy Planting Zone- Zones 4-8 Bloom Season (if any) - Late spring Bloom Color - Yellow-green Height at Maturity - 65' to 70' Soil Type Preferred- Acidic, wet soil Sun or Shade - Full sun

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Purple Love Grass - 10 pack Ships In April

Purple Love Grass - 10 pack Ships In April

Purple Love Grass is a type of ornamental grass that is native to areas with sandy soil. It can be found naturally in the wild in Maine, Texas, Florida, and most other American states where sand and rocky terrain are present. Because of its ornate nature, it makes a perfect complement to your garden during the hot and dry summer months. It is incredibly drought-tolerant, so the grass can be dry as a bone and still look gorgeous. Purple Love Grass In Your Landscape Purple Love Grass spreads anywhere from one to two feet across and one to two feet high, so it's ideal for those barren spots in your landscape or garden where nothing else will grow. The plant gets its name because of its beautiful, lush, purple-reddish growth from June through August. Purple Love Grass Loves Well-Drained Soil It's best to find a sunny spot with good drainage when planting it. Plant the grass about a foot apart to allow it to grow to its full potential and prevent it from becoming lodged. Proper soil drainage is essential because the grass can get root rot if the roots are allowed to sit in water for too long. For this reason, many people steer clear of more prosperous and organic soils that hold onto moisture and avoid using mulch as often as possible. Mulch is a natural water-absorbing material that will rot out the grass quickly if allowed to sit among the wooden chips. It does well in American zones 5 through 9. Purple Love Grass Is Drought-Tolerant One particular place where Purple Love Grass can be found is in Arizona and New Mexico. Arizona is dry and hot; most plants will not thrive or grow. However, because of the drought-tolerant and hardy nature of the plant, it does well in rock gardens and in pure sand, where rain is scarce and water is a luxury. Choosing a high-quality type like the one we have is essential when looking for years of regrowth and beautiful foliage.

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Catalpa Tree

Catalpa Tree

The Catalpa Tree was originally named the Catawba Tree after the Catawba Native American word catawba. However, Giovanni Scopoli accidentally transcribed the word incorrectly when he wrote the first formal scientific description of the genus. Due to the rules of botanical naming, the name could not be changed. The Appearance Of The Catalpa Tree The Catalpa Tree is deciduous with large, heart-shaped leaves and striking flowers. The trees are usually chosen for the shade provided by their broad leaves. They are also selected as ornamental trees because of their showy, trumpet-shaped, typically white or yellow flowers. They are generally about 40 to 60 feet in height. A sapling that is ten years old can be as tall as 20 feet. It has very few pests and grows well in well-drained, moist soil such as the soil found on stream banks. The tree is part of the Bignonia family, and there are approximately 12 different species. The most common of these are the Northern and Southern trees. The Northern tree grows best in zones four through eight, and the Southern grows best in zones six through nine. The Catalpa Tree In Landscaping  The Catalpa Tree is a beautiful, classic tree with an intriguing and attractive shape. It features grand white and yellow flowers and large heart-shaped leaves. The tree offers a haven to birds, attracting them to its comfortable, shaded branches. The tree also displays long, attractive seed pods that advance from green to a rich brown with seasonal change. The gorgeous flowers burst forth from the tree's branches in late spring and early summer, attracting hummingbirds with their sweet nectar. These lovely, low-maintenance trees will provide shelter and shade while offering beauty and majesty to any landscape. Information About The Catalpa Tree Zones: 4 –9 Mature Height: 40' to 60' Width: 20' to 40' Growth: Medium to Fast Growth Shape: Oval Sunlight: Full Sun Soil: Well-drained, Moist

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Hills Privet

Hills Privet

The Hills Privet, scientifically known as Ligustrum ovalifolium, is a famous evergreen shrub widely cultivated for its ornamental appeal and versatility in landscaping. Native to Japan and Korea, this hardy shrub has become a cherished choice among gardeners and landscapers due to its numerous attractive features. It typically reaches a mature height of 6 to 12 feet (1.8 to 3.6 meters) with a similar spread, making it suitable for various landscaping applications, such as hedges and screens, or as a standalone ornamental plant. Its dense, oval-shaped foliage consists of glossy, dark green leaves that stay luxuriant and green throughout the year, providing a vibrant backdrop to other garden elements. Hills Privet Can Withstand Many Different Soil Types One notable characteristic is its ability to thrive in various soil types and environmental conditions. It is highly adaptable and can tolerate full sun and partial shade, although it performs best in well-drained soil with good moisture retention. This adaptability and resistance to nuisances and illnesses make it a low-maintenance option for gardeners. The hills privet produces small, fragrant white flowers in late spring to early summer that attract pollinators like bees and butterflies. These blooms give way to small, black, or purple berries in the fall, adding further visual interest to the plant. While the berries are attractive, they are toxic if ingested, so caution is advised if the shrub is planted in areas accessible to children or pets. Pruning The Hills Privet Regarding pruning and maintenance, it responds well to regular trimming, allowing it to be shaped into formal hedges or topiary designs. Pruning is typically done in late spring or early summer after flowering. Hills Privet Is Very Low-Maintenance In conclusion, Hills Privet is a versatile and attractive shrub that can complement your landscape design. Its evergreen foliage, adaptability, and low-maintenance nature make it a favorite choice for novice and experienced gardeners, and its ability to create privacy screens or ornamental hedges adds to its overall appeal in various outdoor settings.

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Overcup Oak Tree

Overcup Oak Tree

 Overcup Oak tree comes with a brilliant gray-brown or reddish bark. In summer, it displays beautiful leathery dark green leaves. Even in fall, its rich yellow-brown leaves still maintain their undeniable attraction. Difficult urban landscaping situations pose no threat to it. The uniform branches that make it stand out give it a rounded and open-crowned shape when viewed from a distance. It thrives in a variety of soil conditions. Once successfully planted, you will have it around for several decades; it is simply a sturdy, long-lived shade tree. Where To Plant Overcup Oak Tree Overcup Oak Tree is best planted in areas with plenty of space. They are better planted in the suburbs or the country. They are tricky to grow in urban areas because of their size. The bark is a lovely reddish color, or it can also be a nice gray-brown color. The leaves of this tree look leathery. In the summer, the leaves on this tree are green in color. In the fall, this tree's leaves are brilliant yellow. This tree can tolerate most soil conditions, as well as most sun conditions. This tree can be planted in many situations if you have space. Overcup Oak Tree Maintenance The origin of the Overcup Oak Tree can be traced to protected forests. Although it thrives in lowlands and swampy areas, studies show that it does well in arid regions. Its ability to survive in most soil conditions makes some people prefer calling it an urban tree. If you have one in your yard, its maintenance is minimal. Occasional pruning when the branches get damaged, die, or are too close to your home will do. Attributes Of Overcup Oak Tree Zones: 5-9 Mature Height: 45'-70'ft Width: 30'-50'ft Shape: Oval shape Growth: Fast growing Sunlight: Full sun - Partial sun Soil: It does well in many soil conditions Botanical name: Quercus lyrata

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In some areas, a garden can seem impossible due to the lovely but destructive deer population. A deer, if hungry enough, will eat almost anything. There are, however, some that it will usually ignore in favor of tastier treats. So, while there are no guarantees, here are five beautiful, deer-resistant plants.

Deer Resistant Plants

If you live in the south, you are familiar with hydrangeas. But did you know that they typically won't touch them? The showy blooms of the hydrangea shrub prefer partial shade and plenty of water.

Ferns

Several types of ferns are a real turn-off for deer! Try a Haysented fern, or for a burst of color, a Christmas Fern. These shade-loving ones require plenty of water. They come in multiple shades of green and in a variety of shapes and textures.

Daffodils

Daffodils are deer-resistant flowers that love the sun! The bulbs during the fall and watch them bloom in early spring. The cheerful blooms will return year after year. Privet Hedges are a great investment. They are hardy through zone 7 and, if left alone, can grow up to twelve feet high. Their glossy leaves and tiny, white springtime flowers make this an attractive hedge. Privet Hedges prefer full sun or partial shade.

Magnolia Trees

The fragrant, white flowers of the magnolia tree contrast with the glossy, dark green leaves. This tree is a showstopper. It usually leaves this tree alone, but the Magnolia is not a fast-growing tree. With a little patience, this tree can become the centerpiece of your yard.

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These are just a few that may be considered deer-resistant. There are deer-resistant plants for all areas and types of gardens. With a little research, you can have that garden you have always dreamed of, even if you live in an area where they are common.