Summer Weather Has Been Great

It's hard to believe it's already August. So far the weather has been great for growing plants. If you planted this spring or summer you made a great call! July brought record breaking lows set back in the 1880's. Even though the cooler temperatures ruined lake weekends for some and forced us to get into sweatshirts at times, this summer's weather has been quite nice. That is if you work outside daily like we do.

Fall Planting Tips

The end of summer doesn't have to mean the end of color in your landscape & gardens. Choosing the right plants, trees and shrubs can help you carry color well into the fall around the first frost. A tree that carries some great color in the fall is the Brandywine and a bush we recommend would be Hydrangea Paniculata 'Bobo'.

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5 Trees For Fall Color

Below are our top 5 trees for fall color.

 

3 Bushes To Plant In The Fall


We think these three bushes could make a great splash of color during your fall landscaping project.
  • Calicarpa
  • Hydrangea Paniculata
  • Weigela Spilled Wine

Flowers To Plant This Fall

Of course no fall landscape project or planting is complete without some great plants to go along with the trees and bushes. From reds & oranges to greens & yellows, you're sure to find a plant or flower that exceeds all of your fall planting expectations with our top 10 plants for this fall.