Gardening

EASTERN PINE TREES

1 foot 12″ to 23″ $30
2 foot 24″ to 35″ $40
3 foot 36″ to 47″ $60
4 foot 48″ to 59″ $ 80
5 foot 60″ to 71″ $ 90

Favored in parks and spacious yards—both for its beauty and its fast growth. It has also been named the state tree of both Maine and Michigan.

HEMLOCK
3 ‘ $80
4 ‘ $100
5′ $110
6′ $120

Shade-tolerant evergreens, the Eastern hemlock has many uses as a specimen, sheared as a hedge, or planted for screening. Resembling a Christmas tree with its broadly pyramidal, pendulous branches and fine, dark-green needles on widely spaced branches that give it a delicate, lacy feel.


RASPBERRY YELLOW
plants small seedlings $20.00

vigorous plant produces plump, juicy raspberries that are golden in color

BLUE BERRY BUSH
12″ – 24″ $20

FORYSTHIA
$20 per plant

low-maintenance, fast-growing shrubs feature an upright, arching form and are known for their long branches that fill with yellow blook 

DAFFODILS

single plant $2


Daffodils are a hardy and easy perennial that grows in most regions of North America.

VIOLETS

Large clumps $5

GROUNDS COVERS

MYRTLE VINCA MINOR
$20 FLAT

Periwinkle is a perennial known for its small, star-shaped, purple-blue flowers. Known for its rapid growth and spreading when planted in the ground, also can be planted in a pot.V
Vinca needs little maintenance, and deadheading isn’t required. They do well in full sun to part shade

SEDUM
$20 Flat

Flat of sedum, yellow flowers

AJUGA PLANTS

$25 for a flat

DAY LILIES
$5 per large clump several bulbs

Daylilies should be planted in full sun or partial shade that receives 4-6 hours of sun per day. Despite the preference of full sun, occasionally colorful daylily blooms can be found under the shade of tall trees. They are a perennial.

Let’s grow together.

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