Fall is a great time to plant
The air may be cooler, but the soil is still warm, and this encourages root growth. Fall also usually brings reliable rains that provide essential moisture to new plantings. How late can I plant? It is generally best to get perennials into the ground by early October. Trees and shrubs can usually be planted into November.
Some plants with good fall color include: Red Sunset Maple, Serviceberry, Ornamental Pear, Burning Bush, Fothergilla, Viburnum and more.
Take advantage of our Fall Sale!
Now through October 31, 2017
Enjoy savings of 15% on evergreen trees, flowering trees and shade trees.
All trees come with a 1 year guarantee.
All hydrangeas and shrub roses are also on sale for 10% off.
Perennials buy 4 get the 5th plant free (can mix and match).
In-stock items only. Delivery and installation services are available to the Western Suburbs.