Fall is For Planting: Trees, Shrubs, Boxwoods, Camellias, Azaleas, Shade Plants, Citrus, Junipers, Pittosporum, Geraniums, Passion Vine, Hibiscus, Kangaroo Paws, Potato Vine, Pink Powder Puff, Grevillea, and More
Fall is the best time of year for planting. Here is one reason why:
Fall planting “establishes” trees and shrubs by encouraging root growth. Because the soil is still warm from the summer sun, the roots continue to develop and gain strength. When you plant in the spring, the developed roots are active and delicate tips or rootlets, as well as buds and new leaves, are more easily damaged.
So plant your privacy hedges, citrus, perennials, and native plants now. Our team is ready to help you have a great-looking garden for Thanksgiving, Christmas and beyond.
Stop in and ask one of our Garden Design Experts for assistance.