Our main spring digging window is now closed (although we have a few plants still available–check our inventory–but here are some more digging photos from earlier the month!  Photos taken

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Some scenes around the nursery as we begin the spring 2020 digging season.  Photos taken 3 Mar 2020.

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February’s Featured Native is Pinus virginiana.  Commonly called Virginia or scrub pine (or Jersey pine in a certain state to our northeast), Pinus virginiana has been a long-ignored native evergreen

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Final in a series of photo blogs as we work through winter pruning in preparation for Spring 2020 shipping.

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Second in a series of photo blogs as we work through winter pruning in preparation for Spring 2020 shipping.

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First in a series of photo blogs as we work through winter pruning in preparation for Spring 2020 shipping.

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Happy New Year 2020, everyone!

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Ending the year with a final group of photos from our summer 2019 tours of our liner vendors.   Merry Christmas and Happy New year to everyone.. See you in 2020!

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For December, we’re featuring one of our finest native species for winter interest—the common winterberry (Ilex verticillata).  Native to most of the northeastern third of the United States; from Wisconsin

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SPRING-DUG; PLANTED IN SEPTEMBER These spring-dug WHN Betula nigra (river birch) and Liquidambar styraciflua (sweetgum) found their way onto a job in September. Their viability and exceptional aesthetics several months

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