Spring and digging is just around the corner. Here are some recent shots of stock at the nursery.  

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A major and rapid change is occurring in forests of the Eastern U.S. as the emerald ash borer kills one of the most prevalent native hardwood trees. The larvae of

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The days are short and the nights long and cold. But we’re busy tagging and prepping for the busy spring days only a few months ahead.  

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A tree with a common name with ‘swamp’ in it might make you think it thrives in permanently wet environments, however, the swamp white oak (Quercus bicolor) prefers moist soil

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Autumn is here and digging is in full swing.  And the nursery is ablaze in fall colors.  Take a look at these photos from the first week of November 2017.

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WHN has been lucky to have a dedicated and consistent group of workers from Shen-Paco for many years.  Winter is coming, so we felt it was time to outfit our

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The walnuts are hanging green heavy on their branches in the Shenandoah Valley, ready to drop with a waft of wind. Through the mist of foggy mornings, hackberry leaves are

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It is a great time to be in the nursery and landscape business.   We have had the opportunity this summer to tour numerous nurseries up and down the East Coast

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It’s been a good summer for the plants around the farm and our inventory is looking great.  Check out these shots from around the farm taken earlier in August.

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‘Forest bathing’ began in Japan in 1982 when it became part of the national health program. It consists of a meditative stroll through the woods with a focus on really

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