You know you have to look!

You know you want to check the availability list and Flickr photo stream to see what is new.  There is no time like now to do it.  There are lots of new perennials and shrubs added, both container and b&b.  Our crews have pruned, spaced and worked each one into a plant that looks great!  Look at the photos and you can judge for yourself.

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Perennial Color

We have expanded our container area and increased the number of cans we are growing.  The perennials are now becoming ready and many are either blooming or are almost there.  To view more photos of what is ready, click on the Flickr icon below.  The weather is warming up and sales will too with some of this great looking material.Coreopsis Dianthus Gaura Hakonechloa Iris Salvia


Lots of Color Available!

We have been adding a lot of containers with color to the availability.  Grasses, perennials and shrubs are all looking great!  Check out the photos.

 

Many of you may not know we have photos of our product available on this email and the website.  Scroll down the page and click on the Flickr icon to see them.  Others have not realized there are tabs on the bottom of the availability to break down Containers, Specials, and Above Ground inventory to make it easier to quickly find what you are looking for.  If you are having trouble navigating our email or website, please don’t hesitate to call and we will be glad help you.

We will be closed in honor of Memorial Day.  We will reopen Tuesday, May 31st at 7:30 a.m.

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Add some Pizazz to your sales yard and jobs!

 

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It is time to add a few new items with color to your yard.  How about a Moonrise Japanese Maple.  Or the florescence of Dianthus Kahori and the brilliance of Pieris Mountain Fire.  The uniqueness of Rhododendron Capistrano or Yaku Prince.  Take a look through the photos and see what other plants your customers can’t live without.


More GREAT looking cans!

Our container manager has been adding new material every day.  Here are a few photos.  There are many more photos of plants just added to availability if you click on the photo icon below.berberis pygmy capistrano gwenni moonrise mtn fire ntl bty


Above ground extras and evergreens

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We have beautiful material coming in from the field that is available for sale.

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They will all be opened up and spaced.  Plants this nice won’t last long.  The list of the Above Ground Availability is the last tab of the availability.  Check it out!  I bet there is something you need!

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We are still digging evergreens, but it will only be for another week to ten days!


Evergreens and an Above Ground List

We are still digging evergreens.  The candles are short on the pines and most other evergreens are still tight.  We have a couple weeks to get them out of the ground and then the spring digging season is over.

We have also started to put together an above ground list of unsold material.  It is on the last tab of the availability.  Keep an eye on this list as we will be adding to it in the next two weeks as we realize what is available.


Dig time for deciduous material is running out!

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As of now, everything on the availability is safe to dig.  However, as next week progresses, we will be taking more and more off the list.  Mother Nature is closing the dig window quickly.  Call your salesman today to add your last minute ornamentals before we have to tell you “No”.


Is your Deciduous order in?

It’s time to get your deciduous ornamental orders in.  Given the weather forecast, this is the last week to dig them.  Shade trees will have an additional week, but there aren’t many left.  Let us know what you still need as soon as possible!

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There is still three weeks left to dig most deciduous material!

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The weather has been great for digging.  The ground is not too wet, so the root balls are coming out of the ground in a very nice package.  After a warm start, the weather has been cooperating and we still have plenty of time to dig.  Buds are still tight and most plants have not bloomed yet. There is still time to place or add to your order.