At Greenwood Nursery you will find trees sold as container and field grown bare root. Field grown bare root trees are budget friendly allowing you to purchase more for less. Container grown trees are more expensive but have larger root systems.
Plant trees in your landscape for beauty, shade, color, texture, balance and nature. Specific use determines which trees are appropriate for planting. For beauty, color and texture ornamental trees are recommended. For nature and balance select nut trees, fruit and other trees that produce food.
Shade trees grow tall and wide. Plenty of space should be allowed for this long term growth expansion. With mature heights running from 30 to 100 feet tall for most shade trees, they can mature as wide as they grow tall. Other uses for trees are privacy hedges and windbreaks, to add fall color, to add spring colorto wooded areas, and as accent plants.
Evergreen trees like the Thuja Green Giants, Murray Cypress and Arizona Blue Sapphire Cypress make excellent privacy hedge plants. Keeping their foliage throughout the year, these majestic beauties will provide your landscape with color, texture and privacy even in the cold of winter.
Color and beauty are what flowering trees bring to the landscape. Greenwood Nursery offers the best selection of flowering trees for spring and summer. Cherry Blossom trees flower from early spring to mid spring depending on the variety. White flowering dogwood blooms mid spring while the Kousa dogwood flowers in late spring.
Fruit trees and nut trees are available for both human and wildlife needs. Plant several nut trees on the perimeter of your property to feed the squirrels, deer and other wildlife. Grow several fruit trees in your backyard for late summer eating.
In selecting trees for planting near your house, space them as far away from the structure as the tree will mature in height. If you select a tree variety that typically matures at 50 in height, you should plant it no closer than 40 to 50 feet from your house or other structure, as over time the root system could damage the foundation. This applies for new construction landscapes as well as older homes. Plant trees far enough away from buildings or power lines so that their height will not be an issue or near septic or other underground water and utility lines. Most utility companies planting trees no less than 60 feet away.
Here at Greenwood Nursery, we provide a comfortable and affordable way for you to choose and order trees online.