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Aug 8, 2023
Planting in zones 8 and 9.
If your lucky enough to live in a place where it rarely snows, gets very cold, or it never fells all that cold, you probably live in USDA planting zone 8 or 9. Much of the southern part of the country as well as the extreme west coast are all zone 8 or 9. Places like Phoenix, San Francisco, Houston, Orlando, Atlanta, and Portland, Oregon enjoy mild winters where planting shrubs and trees can happen most of the year.
Aug 2, 2023
Planting in zone 7.
We absolutely love living and growing our plants in USDA planting zone 7. We are so lucky in that we can plant almost any time of the year, even in the dead of winter. Here in planting zone 7, our soil rarely freezes therefore we are lucky enough to have root growth throughout the fall and winter. Cool season root growth helps our new fall or winter plantings survive the following summer season.
Jul 26, 2023
Planting in zone 6?
If you live in planting zone 6, spring, summer, and fall are great times to consider planting your shrubs and trees. In springtime you will want to plant as the nightly temperatures are at least 35. In fall you will want to plant as soon as the weather cools off and plan on finishing up before Halloween. During summer months planting can happen anytime as long as daily watering can be completed. Lets discuss each season below.
Jul 23, 2023
Planting in zones 3, 4, and 5.
When should I order and install my landscape this year? Is it too soon to plant in March? Is it too late to plant in July? Why is it best to plant in the fall and winter in southern states? Why is it bad to plant Azaleas and Rhododendron when they are blooming?
Jun 29, 2023
How to Water during Summer Months
As the scorching heat of summer sets in, it's crucial to pay attention to the watering needs of your shrubs and trees. Proper hydration is essential to help them withstand the intense temperatures and thrive during these challenging conditions.