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FAQ's

    • Can i tag my own Trees?

    • Yes, stop by during nursery hours and we would be glad to show you around and let you put your name on the trees you select.
    • Can we watch you dig our trees?

    • Yes! We are a FAMILY friendly nursery and encourage you to bring the entire family to pick out your trees and for pick up. Please let us know if you have any special requests so we can do our best to accommodate and bring your camera!
    • What if i cannot make it during your nursery hours?

    • Please give us a call to schedule an after-hours appointment. We will do our best to accommodate your visiting party.
    • Do you accept major credit cards?

    • Not at this time. All orders are COD. For large quantity orders credit may be extended with prior authorization.
    • Do you sell to large retail stores?

    • No. We specialize in smaller wholesale and retail environments with special care and a personal touch. We can however handle projects that require large quantities of trees.
    • What if i pick a tree too large for me to handle?

    • Not a problem! We offer a full service nursery complete with delivery, planting, staking, and root growth products. Let us do the work and you can supervise!
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    Business hours Wednesday– Friday: 10 A.m.to 7 p.m.Saturday: 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
    For after hours appointments Call 269-838-4813.

FAQ's

  • WHAT CAN BE DONE TO CURB THE EFFECTS OF TRANSPLANT SHOCK?

  • Proper and regular watering is essential. Supplemental watering (in addition to rainfall) is recommended for at least the first 2 years. Treegator® Slow Release Watering Bags are the best way to make sure your trees receive the deep, high-volume irrigation they need.
  • WHAT ARE THE SIGNS / SYMPTOMS OF TRANSPLANT SHOCK?

  • Symptoms vary; However, signs include; shortened or poor annual growth, wilted leaves, increased seed production, reduced flowering, early fall color, and early leaf drop.
  • WHY DO NEWLY PLANTED TREES NEED SO MUCH WATER?

  • Newly planted trees lose much of their root system during digging. Because of this, they are much less effective at taking up water, and thus require much more water than established trees.
  • CAN'T I JUST APPLY WATER FREQUENTLY WITH A SPRINKLER?

  • Watering a tree lightly, even on a regular basis, is insufficient. Most of the water applied will be lost due to run-off and/or evaporation. And most importantly, light applications of water will force roots to the surface, leading to shallow rooting and poor root anchorage.
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