Bare root trees are on their way

Bare root season refers to winter months where trees and roses are sold dormant and with their roots removed from the soil. Customers and our team love bare root season because they can buy in bulk and get trees and roses for much cheaper than in the spring time! If you are adding bare root stock to your garden, here are a few tips to give them the best start .


Work that soil! When planting your bare-root trees mix in some compost and manure to get the trees pumping along come spring.


Us gardeners bang on about mulch but it really is the best, saving so much watering in hot dry spells. BUT make sure you don't have it pushed up too close to the trunk.


It's winter and it's been raining plenty already. You'll need to water your tree in. Watering helps the soil settle around those tiny little roots.

If you need landscaping materials, you can order online HERE, by phone or instore for pick-up or delivery.