Fruit Tree TLC

Fruit Tree TLC

Feed deciduous fruit trees now. Even though most of the varieties are done with fruit production for the year, it is important to add the strength to the tree for next year’s crop. Use the Nutri-Paks for fruits and nuts. These great packets will feed your trees for 3 full years. You will see your trees explode with growth and fruit production.

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It's Pruning Season

To Prune or Not to Prune, That is The Question

It’s Pruning Season

Pruning is the act of selectively trimming plant material in order to direct growth. It’s done to promote better flowering or fruiting, accentuate a plant’s natural form, and increase its vigor.

For the majority of plants, the best time to prune is in late winter to early spring; a dormant plant is less likely to have a stress reaction to the removal of limbs and foliage.

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Curb Appeal

You Have Only One Chance to Create That First Impression

As more homeowners relandscape gardens, there is an increasing desire for something out of the ordinary. This is a direct departure from the traditional foundation shrubs that came to be the standard look in most front yards of the 70’s and 80’s.

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Dont hit snooze on your green friends

It’s time to wake up your garden

Don’t hit “snooze” on your green friends

As spring makes its debut in Bakersfield, it’s time to start preparing your garden for warmer months. But what exactly does this mean? Here are just a few of the steps you should take right now:

  • Remove debris, pests, and weeds
  • Plant bareroots, seeds, and other new plants
  • Trim fruit trees, shade trees, and roses
  • Spray plants with dormant oil and copper spray (last chance!)
  • Create a garden plan

Button: View Spring Garden Checklist

live christmas tree

Living Christmas Trees

Here is just a sampling of what is available: Deodar cedar, Coastal redwood, Colorado blue spruce, Colorado green spruce, Giant Sequoia, Japanese Boxwood cones, Vanderwolf’s Pyramid Limber Pine, Emerald Green Arborvitae, and MORE!
For information on how to take care of your Ball & Burlap when you get home, visit our article “Ball & Burlap – Live Christmas Trees!”. Even if you’re not using your Ball & Burlap tree or shrub as a living Christmas tree, the same rules will apply if you can’t plant it right away.

Available in:
Large selection of varieties and sizes.
Including small topiaries of cypress and rosemary.

Super Saver Christmas Trees

Super Saver Christmas Trees

Great Value Christmas trees of Noble, Nordmann or Douglas Fir

To keep the tree cost down, the tree

  1. Remains bound
  2. No stand (can be installed for a fee)

Available in heights:

  1. Douglas Fir, 5ft/6ft $23.99
  2. Douglas Fir, 6ft/7ft $33.99
  3. Noble or Nordmann Fir, 5ft/6ft $44.99
  4. Noble or Nordmann Fir, 6ft/7ft $54.99
Ball & Burlap Live Christmas Trees!

Ball & Burlap Live Christmas Trees!

‘Tis the season when lots of people drag a real tree into their house and decorate it. Some people buy live trees that are balled in burlap instead of a cut tree. A live tree is a great idea, but many people make serious mistakes when it comes to handling a live tree, and they end up losing their money. The information in this article also pertains to any live tree you are planting, be it now during the winter, or during the summer.

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