Froebel Spirea Blog Photo

Froebel Spirea

So many spireas! There are so many kinds to pick from! Some with white flowers and som...

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Miss Kim Lilac

Miss Kim Lilac: Her Name is Kim

The one species of shrubs we carry the most varieties of is undoubtedly lilacs. At lea...

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The Pits Part 3 Blog Photo (website)

The Pits (Part 3)

Do you know what really is the pits? When people say they are going to do something I never do. So here I am, with th...

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Early Fall Colour Blog Photo

Ahead of Schedule: Trees in Early Autumn Splendor

Does it seem to you like the fall colours are a little more vivid this year? I think they are. There are many factors...

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Bridal Wreath Spirea Blog Photo

Bridal Wreath Spirea

Have you ever noticed that we take things for granted? As I started this post, I was wondering what I would say about...

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Honey Locust Blog Photo

Honey Locust: Locust of the Prairies

Am I talking about what John the Baptist ate in the desert? Honey and Locust? No, this is a new-to-Manitoba tree that...

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Virgina Creeper Blog Photo

Virgina Creeper: The Creepy Crawler

I remember going for a car ride with my parents through Mitchell when I was around 15 years old. I was just beginning...

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Not So Seedy Part 2 (1)

Not So Seedy (Part 2)

Almost every variety of Poplar introduced in the last 20 years is a male. We carry Siouxland and Skyfest Cottonwood, ...

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Not So Seedy Part 1

Not So Seedy (Part 1)

It’s quite common to have customers desire trees that don’t produce fruit or seeds. It’s the low maintenance thing. N...

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