Fall is For Planting Sale Continues
Flowering, Fruiting, and Shade Trees
& Rhododendrons and Azaleas
Through September 30th
Fall Is For Planting! Roses, perennials, trees, and shrubs can be planted now to establish root systems while the upcoming rains do the essential watering. Anytime the temperature is 42 degrees and above, root systems are developing, and that is why fall planting gives your trees, shrubs, and perennials a head start in spring. While our selection is best, now is the time to plant hardy bulbs such as tulips, daffodils, and snowdrops. Fall is also a great time to shop hardy perennials and transition overgrown summer annuals with pansies, kale, dusty miller, mums, asters, and black-eyed Susan. Often these hardy annuals surprise us and emerge the following year. If you are considering transplanting any perennials, shrubs or trees now is the time to observe which plants have thrived in their locations, and which plants may need to be moved into other soil and light conditions. Visit the Nursery this fall and enjoy a selection of seasonal sales as well as expert advice from our enthusiastic staff.