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SHRUBS & TREES

EVERYTHING TO BUILD & IMPROVE YOUR OUTDOOR LIVING SPACE.
WHY WAIT YEARS? WE ALSO CARRY LARGE SIZE TREES AND SHRUBS FOR INSTANT GRATIFICATION.

Your beautiful shrubs and trees are waiting for you in our inviting organized, accessible display areas, including evergreens, flowering shrubs and unique grafted fruit trees.
Shrubs
  • Flowering Shrubs – available in large specimens for instant gratification
  • Hedging – contouring and barrier plant varieties
Trees

Trees large and small container grown for easy lifting and transport. Planting services available, ask us for details.

  • Fruit Trees – Apple – Cherry – Pear – Plum – Peach
  • Ornamental
  • Shade Deciduous – Large selection, Sizes 6-20 ft., (2-6 m) Height
  • Evergreen- Coniferous – Large selection Sizes 6-10 ft., (2-3 m) Height
  • Weeping
  • Standard Grafted
  • Globe

*All items while quantities last. Subject to availability. We reserve the right to limit quantities. Images are for illustration purposes only. The text prevails over images. Although we strive for accuracy in both copy and illustrations, errors may occur. We reserve the right to correct any errors.

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