FAST Grow POTTED Poplars- Is this a good time to plant
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Hi folks! The Daisy Girl here with some very fast growing trees for your consideration. If you have been dreaming of improving your property line for beauty, windbreak OR a wonderful privacy screen, these trees are my number one tree to get you there in a hurry! SHOULD I PLANT NOW?> The answer to that question (in my several season planting, gardening and growing opinion) would be a big'ole YES, and in fact is personally my very favorite time to plant most any potted plant :) There are several reasons why late summer/autumn is my favorite time to plant, but the paramount reason is there is much less care for your new planting doing it in the autumn, as well as better for the plant. In our neck of the woods here we will soon be entering into the autumn/fall rainy season before the snow fly's, which means much less watering/care time for your tree, plant and you. The trees or plants will also be going into the dormant stage very soon here as they prepare for winter, where they will not require any care what-so-ever. Then, in the spring when the days are longer and the sun shines hotter the trees/plants will break dormancy, yet they will get plenty of moisture from the snow melt>thus requiring little to no care by the home owner again. You can pretty much kick back in the spring and watch/love and enjoy your new plantings without the worry if they are getting enough moisture. The spring is also the time where your little plants and trees will be putting forth most of their effort in establishing their new season's root system, setting all their little feeder roots and pretty much establishing their own little space in nature. It's pretty cool really, as their spring growth is quite fast, to the point you can almost see it grow! Generally speaking, if you are able to plant your trees in the autumn, this spring growth spurt is not disturbed, as opposed to planting in the spring or in the summer, thus you will have bigger/better growth within the planting year. Another wonderful reason I love to plant now is simply personal comfort. Cooler days, less sweat and little to no mosquitoes and deer flies! I also have more time in the late summer/autumn with not so much going on as we all seem to have in the spring. So, in a word> YAY for planting now if you are able! :) You can plant your trees OR plant goodies with complete confidence right up to freeze up or even after the plant as already gone into dormancy. As long as you can get the shovel in the ground to dig the hole, you're good to go!FAST GROWING POPLAR TREES- These trees are the ever popular poplar that is all the buzz, and the tree that I raise the most of every year. If you're looking for shade, privacy, windbreak or cover in a hurry, this is a must have tree. It has tremendous FAST growth, (6 foot PLUS per year), is dependable, tough, very pretty, not messy, and best of all, extremely reasonable to put in a bunch of them! Although I've never actually counted the number of these trees that I have planted in my own yard, I would wager to guess it would top over 50 of them, and I could not imagine being without them. Over the years, these trees have saved us 100's of dollars in heating bills, provided the privacy from the road we needed, provided a sound barrier from the traffic on our busy county highway, not to mention stopping the screaming Northwest wind that we used to be hit with every winter. Fabulous fabulous trees which I am very thankful for. They are longer lived trees as well, and much longer than several of the poplar varieties that are out there. Their rapid growth will reach up to 70 feet tall, with a neat clean pyramidal spreading crown. Just a lovely looking tree if I don't say so mice-elf! :) Also, please do not confuse these poplars with the ever so disappointing LOMBARDY poplars, tis not the same tree. The Lombardy's have their place in nature, but are short lived (20-25 years) and are easily recognized by their tall and skinny growth habit. The Fast Grow Poplars that I am selling here on the other hand are not skinny and are such a pretty tree with little fuss for the home owner. Speaking with a great deal of experience, these trees don't need much attention or specific soils. We have them planted in loam, we have them planted in sandy areas, we have them planted in wet areas (will withstand seasonal flooding), we even have them planted in heavy dry yellow clay, and all of them thrive. They do however prefer a moister soil in a perfect world (will grow bigger faster), but don't let that stop you from trying them and planting in any soil type, just like we did. Overall, not a real picky tree for sure. If you have the time to swing by the ranch/nursery I can show you in person the incredible growth of these trees and how long it would take for them to reach that height of MANY of these trees in our yard. The wow factor is huge on this tree, and you will never regret planting one or 50 plus of them like I did! :)I have a nice selection of these beauties available for $25 or 5 for $115, if you're needing more than a few. Nice discount! :). These trees are currently 3 to 4 foot height (not including the pot), and are growing like wild fire. All trees are potted in one gallon pots, and ready to pop into your landscape! :) Also, if you are in need of smaller less expensive size of these Fast Grow Poplar trees, I have those to! They are priced starting at $5 each or 5 for $20, $10 or 5 for $40, $15 or 5 for $65, OR larger sizes up to 9 feet tall!*If you would like the complete list of my Trees/Plants/Shrubs, along with my simple pricing list, just drop me an email and I would be more than happy to get that right out to you.**NO TIME TO PLANT NOW? No Problem! All of our trees, plants and shrubs are potted in REAL DIRT (with worms and everything LOL!), and will be fine in their pots for as long as you need or until you are ready to plant. We also offer FREE storage/care of your purchased nursery items for about as long as you need. Many of our plant clients take advantage of this free service, buying early for best selection, and the convenience of planting on their time schedule. It's the perfect combo! ***All my plants I am selling are totally organic from our little ranch here, raised with tender loving care and are just beautiful! Most if not all of the perennials that I sell are from my grandmothers and great grandmothers root stock or wild native stock, so they are extremely tough and totally hardy for our area here in the heart of the lakes. Once these plants are ground planted and established, you will have no problem having years and years of enjoyment from them. Many of the plants are SO PRETTY and so wonderful to attract your favorite birdies, butterflies and feeding the bees and/or yourself! You'll have your own little revolving eco system like I have now in my yard!****If you think you'd like to drop by our nursery, we are located exactly one mile east of Erhard, MN on county hwy. #24. We are on the south side of the road and you will see our big 4 x 8 Daisy Girl Sign, the big arch over our gate, and red/white steel building at the driveway entrance, you can't miss it! Our address is 20064 County Hwy. 24, Erhard, MN 56534Thanks again and Happy Summer to you and yours!Juliebelle AKA: "The Daisy Girl"SPRING/SUMMER/AUTUMN HOURS: Tuesday through Friday- 9:00 a.m. to Sundown*Saturday- 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.*Sunday and Monday- CLOSED*This time of year we are usually around the place 7 DAYS A WEEK (9:00 a.m. to sun-down) , but we are attempting to take a little time off over the weekends when possible. If you would like to come any of these days that we would normally be closed (Saturdays after 1:00 p.m. or Sundays and Mondays)- we COULD be open BY CHANCE, but please call before coming or make an appointment before coming so that we can make sure to be here for you. In general, if the gate is open we are here, but I would suggest a quick call to make sure, especially if you're coming from a distance.
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