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The Greenery takes great pride in a large inventory of trees with many
varieties in many sizes from 5 gallon to 200 gallon or even balled and
bur lapped. You will always find the staples such as:

We also carry the largest selection of NATIVE trees in the area including but not limited to species such as:

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Importance of Watering

The most important aspect of caring for your new tree is a good understanding and proper timing on watering.  Trees have transpiration rates similar to our sweating. The hotter and windier it is, the higher the transpiration rate.  During our hot summer months, when the transpiration rate is extremely high, 3-4 waterings per week may be necessary.  During the dormant season the transpiration rate is very low and may only require a few waterings per month.  Sometimes it seems easier to water when in doubt.  This can cause a problem, however, if too much water over an extended period of time is applied to your tree.  Too much water can result in displacement of air space in the soil with water, and over time the trees can suffer or die from lack of oxygen in the soil.  This all makes it sound difficult to know when to water, but it really is not.  Just remember to drench when watering, saturating the entire root zone and then let oxygen return to the soil (let the roots dry) before watering again.  Remember, it is better to water when needed rather than water by a calendar.

Here is a general watering schedule:

If you have a newly planted tree: