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Itís Tree Planting Time

Now is a great time to plant trees. They will soon stop growing and spend the winter building root systems that will give you maximum growth in the spring.

Trees are extremely valuable, especially in urban and suburban areas. They improve water quality by acting as natural filters and reducing stormwater runoff, flooding and erosion. They also improve air quality, reducing dust, ozone, nitrogen oxide, ammonia and sulfur dioxides. Of course, their major value is serving as carbon sinks, taking in carbon dioxide and producing oxygen (40 trees remove 80 pounds of air pollutants annually)!

Trees cool the air naturally from the effects of water evaporating from leaves and by producing shade (four trees planted around each house could save up to 30% on cooling costs). All this in addition to providing valuable wildlife habitat and to the fact they just look good!

One of our employees has put together a great file on trees including information on growth habits (including height, width, life span, etc.), habitat value for the birds, bees, butterflies and hummingbirds and pictures of the mature species with leaf description.

Learn more about our trees.

Dahoon Holly
Dahoon Holly (Ilex cassine), berries ripen in the fall making a harty meal for migrating birds.


7-GALLON TREES $ 15.00

  • Sweet Gum
      Pond Cypress

  • Pop Ash

  • Cedar
  • Red Bud
  • Water Hickory
  • Florida Elm
  • Hackberry
  • Magnolia
      Fringe Tree

  • Dahoon Holly
  • Bald Cypress
      Red Maple
        Green Ash

  • Tulip Tree

  • Sweetbay
  • Blackgum
  • Winged Elm
  • Slash Pine
  • Yellow Haw
  • Heritage Oak
  •  Shumard Oak

The following plants are reasonably drought tolerant once established


Cedar, Southern Red, Juniperus silicola 
Chickasaw Plum, Prunus angustifolia 
Oak, Live Quercus virginiana
Flatwoods Plum, Prunus umbellata 
Florida Elm, Ulmus floridana
Hackberry, Celtis laevigata 
Hercules Club, Zanthoxylem clava-herculis 
Oak, Laurel, Quercus laurifolia 
Pine, Slash, Pinus elliottii
Pine, Longleaf, Pinus palustris
Sycamore, Platanus occidentalis
Turkey Oak, Quercus laevis
Yellow Haw, Creataegus flava

Shrubs and Flowers

Adam's Needle, Yucca filamentosa 
American Beautyberry, Callicarpa americana 
Beard Tongue, Penstemon multiflorus 
Blackeyed Susan, Rudbeckia hirta 
Blanketflower, Gaillardia pulchella 
Blue Curl, Trichostema distichum 
Blue Porterweed, Stachytarpheta jamaicensis 
Britton's Beargrass, Nolina brittoniana 
Candy Corn, Cuphea melvilla 
Coral Honeysuckle, Lonicera sempervirens 
Coreopsis, Coreopsis leavenworthii 
Dotted Horsemint, Monarda punctata 
Dune Sunflower, Helianthus debilis 
Florida Paint Brush, Carphephorus corymbosus 
Goldenrod, Sandhill Solidago chapmannii 
Goldenrod, Seaside, Solidago sempervirens 
Gaura, Gaura angustifolia 
Greeneyes, Berlandiera subacaulis 
Indian Blanket , Gaillardia aristata
Lance Leaved Coroepsis, Coreopsis lancelota
Lantana, Lantana sp.
Liatris, Liatris tennuifolia
Muhly Grass, Muhlenbergia capillaris
Passionflower, Passiflora incarnata
Partridge Pea, Cassia sp.
Pennyroyal, Piloblephis rigida
Purple Lovegrass, Eragrostis spectabilis
Rosemary, Rosemarinus officianalis
Sand Cord Grass, Spartina bakeri 
Saw Palmetto, Serenoa repens
Scarlet Milkweed, Asclepias curassavica 
Scarlet Sage, Salvia coccinea
Scorpion Tail, Heliotropum angiospermum
Seagrape, Coccoloba uvifera
Simpson Stopper, Myrcianthes simpsonii
Yarrow, Achillea millifolium
Yaupon Holly, Ilex vomitoria shillings

14908 Tilden Road
Winter Garden, FL 34787
TEL: 407-656-8277
FAX: 407-656-2889

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