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Huntree Nursery Newsletter July 2021

July 15, 2021 9:30 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

It’s summer!  Days are long.  There’s moisture in the soil once again!  And our flowers are happy! We just received a new batch of roses.  We now have some very pretty Drift Roses – red and apricot which have been hard to find this season.  They are low growing and very floriferous!  We also have some climbing roses, too.   Remember that deadheading your flowers encourages more color in your garden.  By removing spent flowers, the plant can put it’s energy into forming new flowers instead of producing seeds.  It will also make the plant bushier and fuller, thus more... View Article


Huntree Nursery April 21, 2020 Newsletter

April 22, 2020 4:13 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

Hi out there! We are really sorry we have to shout out to you through a newsletter instead of out the front door.  We are chomping at the bit to get going this season, and it’s surely not happening soon enough.  I am not even going to say the word that we are all very sick of hearing.   This is the situation.  We cannot sell anything.  We cannot deliver.  So the best we an do is compile a list of anyone who wants a delivery or wants to be called just as soon as we can open up.  Give... View Article


October 2018 Newsletter

November 2, 2018 3:00 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

Howdy! Can you believe it’s coming to an end??? There’s still a lot to do outside, so you better get out there if we get some sun and no wind. It’s not fun being out there in the snow putting away the hose. Trim your Hydrangeas. Need advice? Go to our facebook page Huntree Nursery and watch Cindy prune Bigleaf Hydrangeas, PG Hydrangeas, and Butterfly Bushes the right way. Click on the videos and see how to do it. Cut back all perennials to the ground. Shorten the long branches of roses this fall so they’re not waving around in... View Article


August 2018 Newsletter

August 17, 2018 1:27 am Published by Leave your thoughts

Hi There!   Hope you are enjoying this lovely summer weather! Fortunately, Mother Nature hasn’t sent us drought. We are looking lush from the lovely rains. Yay!Looking for screening plant material in the shade? (Shade can be a special challenge.) We have some great ideas for you. You don’t have to have evergreens (which don’t like to grow in the shade and are slow to fill in) to provide screening from your neighbors. Here are a few which will work: Cornelian Cherry Dogwood, Viburnums, Serviceberry, Aronia, Abelia, Magnolia, Witchhazel. It’s almost tomato season. They are starting to ripen . Soon... View Article


July 2018 Newsletter

July 12, 2018 9:04 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

It’s a glorious day in July and time for a garden chat. We’ve been blessed with lovely, moist growing conditions and things are looking robust. Leaves seem larger than normal, and flowers are bursting forth. Keep your annuals looking their best by giving them weekly doses of liquid plant food such as Jack’s Classic 20-20-20 (which we love) or Miracle Gro. Give your Wave Petunias a light trim, snipping off the ends a tad, to discourage the straggly look in August. That’ll bush them right up! (Just do it – it won’t be painful.) Deadheading keeps the flowers coming. But... View Article