Fall is a great time to plant. Due to higher soil moisture, lower temperatures, and reduced water loss from leaves (transpiration), fall is the season for installing those plants that you have been longing for. There is generally plenty of time for the plants to grow roots with minimum stress. Root growth can continue until soil temperatures reach 40 degrees Farenheit.
Native dogwoods, and resilient varieties such as ‘Appalachian Snow’, ‘Appalachian Spring’ and ‘Appalachian Blush’ are ready for sale! Mountain mints, bee balms, bergamots, lobelias and Joe Pye Weeds are now finished with their summer blooms, and their seeds are feeding the goldfinches, wrens and other seed eating birds. We have a nice assortment of native Rhododendron, yellowwoods, maples, oaks, red buckeyes, and other plants ready for planting. Baptisia, Boneset, Thoroughwort, Asters, Ferns, Baptisia, Blue Lobelia, Spikenard, Aruncus, Turtleheads and other wildflowers are ready for your garden, meadow or woodland! Winterberry holly, clethra, Itea, Viburnum nudum, Leucothoes, black and red chokeberry and inkberry holly are all looking nice!
We have beautiful 3’ Blueberry Plants for $12.50. Many of our native trees are well priced and ready to become part of your home.
We carry a broad array of different plants for many soil conditions and habitats. Many are not listed on the website. If you are in the neighborhood, stop by and see us!
We practice social distancing and wear masks for your protection.
Our address is 5200 West Heaps Road, Pylesville, MD 21132. (410) 836-0500