When you get to the nursery or garden center where you will buy your arborvitae, pick out the healthiest, most robust plants that have no evidence of disease or insect damage. The potting medium should be moist, but not wet, and the roots should well dispersed in the medium. Arborvitae that have roots growing from the drainage holes or circling the top of the pot are less desirable. Many people choose to buy arbs from a mail order company, which is perfectly acceptable. However, realize that most woody plants purchased from mail order catalogs will be shipped dormant and bare root, that is, without any soil attached to the root system. Such plants may be smaller in size because of the expense of shipping. It is important to plant such material immediately upon arrival. Generally it is best to purchase one-year-old material from mail order companies since this material is more vigorous and will transplant better. The larger material that is offered is often composed of the less vigorous plants held over from previous years. Most large sized arbs are balled and burlapped. Don't buy any arbs bare rooted over 3' tall. Any plant larger should be balled and burlapped.
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Leyland Cypress Trees We Deliver and Plant
Our range of potted Leylands are from 2' to 6' in height.
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Fast Growing Blue green color. Good for screens and hedges with a pyramidal form. Can reach 60'x15' and good to zone 6. This plant is one of of our most popular screening plants. We raise lots of these plants. Walmart can't compete with us. We can deliver and plant this 4ft tree for as little as $60 to most parts of the east coast if you order enough of the plants. On smaller orders we may have to charge extra per plant for this service, but if we can pool our orders to various areas and do your planting when we are at other nearby properties... You can save on your planting job. We also may be able to do other landscape jobs for you at the same time, or you can buy and have us deliver other plants that we grow. Our 4ft tall Leyland Cypress is a rapidly-growing evergreen. A Leyland Cypress tree can grow three to four feet per year, even on poor soils, and will ultimately attain a height of 60 feet. Leyland Cypress forms a dense, oval or pyramidal outline if it is left unpruned. The Leyland Cypress has graceful, slightly pendulous branches and can tolerate severe trimming to create a formal hedges, screens or windbreaks. The fine, feathery foliage of the Leyland Cypress, is composed of soft, pointed leaves on flattened branchlets and are dark blue-green when mature, and soft green when young. Leyland Cypress will quickly outgrows its space in a small landscape setting and is too big for most residential landscapes so it must be regularly trimmed. Leyland Cypress should only be used in large-scale landscapes where it can be allowed to grow into its natural shape.
The Sunset Red Maple is a USDA Zone 3 tree. It is a popular shade tree. Covered in clusters of small red spring flowers before leaves. New leaf growth red to deep green, turning flaming shades of red, yellow, orange in fall. Will grow on a diverse range of sites and soils, wet to dry. Shade and flood tolerant. Native to eastern North America.
Grows To 150', Zone 4. The White Pine is a native five needle Pine with a variety of uses; Christmas trees, windbreaks, wildlife habitat, or as an ornamental. A fast growing, adaptable Trees that transplants easily in a wide range of soils types. Green giant Arborvitae is the most popular landscape tree for screening because they grow quickly and are disease and drought resistant. The Giant is hardly to USDA Zone 5 and can be planted 5-8 ft apart. Yes, they can grow 3 ft a year if all conditions are favorable.
We deliver to the following counties in Pa:
Adams County, Clinton County, Lackawanna County, Pike County Allegheny County, Columbia County, Lancaster County, Potter County Armstrong County, Crawford County, Lawrence County, Schuylkill County Beaver County, Cumberland County, Lebanon County, Snyder County Bedford County, Dauphin County, Lehigh County, Somerset County Berks County, Delaware County, Luzerne County, Sullivan County Blair County, Elk County, Lycoming County, Susquehanna County Bradford County, Erie County, McKean County, Tioga County Bucks County, Fayette County, Mercer County, Union County Butler County, Forest County, Mifflin County, Venango County Cambria County, Franklin County, Monroe County, Warren County Cameron County, Fulton County, Montgomery County, Washington County Carbon County, Greene County, Montour County, Wayne County Centre County, Huntingdon County, Northampton County, Westmoreland County Chester County, Indiana County, Northumberland County, Wyoming County Clarion County, Jefferson County, Perry County, York County Clearfield County, Juniata County, Philadelphia County