The Red Delicious is America's favorite apple for snacking and baking... and the most popular apple grown. Not only is the fruit amazing, but the tree itself is an attractive ornamental. The apple trees in our nursery have been pre-pruned for you to promote heavy branching- more branches means more fruit for you! The Dwarf Red Delicious Apple Tree matures to a height of just 15 feet. It produces fragrant white flowers in the springtime. The red, juicy, heart-shaped fruit has creamy white flesh, with a mild, sweet flavor. These tender apples are ready to pick in August through September. You can expect 2-5 bushels of apples every year. Our trees are hardy, and pest and disease-resistant. They are drought-tolerant, adaptable to most soil types, and can be grown in most areas of the country. For proper cross-pollination, we recommend planting the Dwarf Red Delicious apple tree with the Granny Smith. This will ensure a huge crop of apples for friends and family! This tree is fun and easy to grow. Children love to watch the bright red apples grow and ripen- they'll be first in line to pick the fruit! Red Delicious apples are a healthy snack. It's the perfect apple to eat fresh with cheese, in a salad, or right out of your hand. They are also wonderful baked in pies and desserts. You can even store the fruit for months!
Our Dwarf Granny Smith Apple Trees are well pruned, providing plenty of branching, so they will yield a bigger crop of delicious fruit. This pruning process is time consuming for us. You will find that it is worth the effort, since you may start picking apples as soon as the first year, under optimal conditions. This small sized tree is fast-growing and produces plenty of good sized fruit. You'll be able to harvest enough apples for both your family and friends. These trees produce white flowers in April. The crisp, juicy, tart apples ripen in late October through early November. Our trees are sturdy, disease and pest resistant, well rooted, and easy to grow. They do best when paired with a pollinator; we suggest the Fuji, Gala, or Yellow Delicious for maximum fruit production. Granny Smith Apples are easily recognizable by their shiny, bright, green skin and firm texture. They are wonderful eaten raw in salads, since they do not brown as quickly as other apple varieties. Children love to eat them right out of their hand. Since they hold their flavor so well when cooked, Granny Smith apples are perfect for pie baking, apple sauce, and many other desserts. These apples store very well, so you can keep them on hand for healthy snacking and baking.
The Dwarf Yellow Delicious Apple Tree produces tasty apples that are extra juicy, crisp, and extremely sweet! It is a great apple for cooking, baking lots of delicious desserts, and eating fresh. In fact, it's one of the country’s most popular apples, and always a fall favorite. Our trees produce heavily because we prune consistently over time, to promote more branching and a stronger structure. This takes more time, but produces a tree we are proud to offer. The Dwarf Yellow Delicious Apple Tree grows best in zones 5-8. It is fast-growing and extremely easy to maintain. It quickly matures to a height of 10-15 feet, producing a bountiful harvest in record time! It is the perfect tree for the impatient apple lover, because you won't have to wait long for your fruit. Plant it in full sun, with well drained soil, and you will be rewarded with delicious apples that last for months when properly stored. The Dwarf Yellow Delicious Apple Tree is disease-resistant and adaptable to most soil types. You can even grow your apples organically without having to bother with pesticides! The highest quality and quantity of fruit is harvested when cross-pollination occurs. Plant at least two different varieties of apple trees together, since two trees of the same variety cannot pollinate each other. We recommend cross pollinating the Dwarf Yellow Delicious Apple Tree with the Gala, Red Fuji or Granny Smith Apple Trees for best results. You'll get bushels of great tasting apples right from your own back yard! You'll have enough to last for months, with plenty to give away to family and friends!
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The Yellow Tropical Hibiscus Tree adds a rich layer of beauty to your landscape with layers of bright golden, vase-like flowers. And since it can grow anywhere in the country as a patio plant, anyone can enjoy this tropical plant. The 2-5 inch flowers like to grow on new wood, so prune back branches by 1/3 in the late spring for the best results. Removing dead branches bring out this tree's beauty. This dwarf tree blooms superior flowers in abundance starting in July and lasts until October. The flowers are edible and are a lovely addition to salads making for a very fancy presentation. Cold-Hardy and Low-Maintenance Adaptable to most climates and soils, the Yellow Tropical Hibiscus thrives in full sun and the heat. It is easily transplanted and grows quite quickly to 8 feet high when given lots of sun and water. Disease and pest-resistant, adding a two-inch layer of mulch around its soil every spring helps this tropical hibiscus retain moisture and control weeds. Eye-Catching in Any Setting The Yellow Tropical Hibiscus Tree adds interest to that small corner in your garden as a standalone tree, and even thrives in decorative containers that look perfect on patios. Plant it as an informal hedge or screen to add flair to any yard. It works well as a border around your pool or gazebo, too! It makes a lovely indoor vase clipping because it will stay green for a long time... and it even blooms! Grows great in the ground in zones 8-11, but grows in zones 5-11 as a patio plant!
The Tri-Color Willow delivers the impact of a flowering shrub with no "green thumb" required. At the start of the season, new foliage will emerge in eye-catching shades of pink, white, and soft green. As the foliage matures, it takes on tones of variegated greens and whites. What a show! The Tri-Color will thrive in growing zones 5-9 when planted in partial to full sun, and in nearly any soil type. In fact, this is a shrub that will flourish even where others have failed: in wet soil. Plant one or more in a poorly drained area and watch the problem disappear! This willow also has dense branching, which makes it an ideal selection for a hedge or privacy screen. It grows in a weeping nature, but can be pruned for a more uniform shape. The Tri-Color Willow has, according to gardening experts, no significant negative characteristics. It's the ultimate in visual impact for the least amount of work for you!
Fall in love with the Pink Lady: -Unique flavor -Quick to bear fruit -Adaptable Lady in Pink What a gorgeous apple the Pink Lady tree produces: a dark pink blush floating over a skirt of yellow-green. Waves of pink blossoms followed by waves of apples adorn the tree. When you first bite into the apple, you get a sharp, tart flavor followed by a rush of sweetness. Best of all, the white flesh resists turning brown when cut. Hot Fun in the Summer Time Find your tree a home in the sun; it can withstand the heat of summer. Plant a backyard orchard or line a driveway with the Pink Lady. Give it sun and well-drained soil, and it’ll reward you with early pink blossoms and late-season fruit. Your Pink Lady apple tree will produce the best fruit when planted near another apple tree of a different variety. Brighter Blooms Delivers Only the Best Your package arrives from Brighter Blooms with a mature, first-quality tree Pink Lady apple tree. Follow the enclosed simple planting instructions for best results. The mad rush for the Pink Lady has begun, so place your order today while we still have them in stock.
• Neon purple blooms • Highly fragrant flowers • Dwarf tree looks great anywhere! Twist on an Old Favorite While the common lilac is a welcome signal of long-awaited spring, the Dwarf Korean Lilac Tree turns heads and stops traffic. It's becoming a new favorite among lilac lovers, avid gardeners and landscape designers of high end neighborhoods. Who expects to see a lilac in tree form? You get an explosion of giant, showy blooms in early spring! Bred to be the Perfect Lilac Tree This is one of the most colorful, most fragrant lilac varieties you can find... so of course, it was the first in line to be bred into treeform! They look great anywhere- potted up, around your patio, or in tight areas near your home! Plant It in the Sun The Dwarf Korean Lilac Tree is not fussy as long as it's planted in full sunlight. It's adaptable to most soils, and it is suitable for the garden or the container. This stunning specimen makes a dramatic focal point on the patio while in bloom. You can move the container after it blooms to make room for a summer-blooming specimen or leave it in place to enjoy its beautiful shape and foliage. Once the blossoms fade, lightly prune the tree to maintain its shape. Brighter Blooms Delivers only the Best You'll receive a mature, top-quality Dwarf Korean Lilac Tree. It is ready to plant as soon as the package arrives. Just follow the enclosed planting instructions. An unusual, colorful and fragrant specimen, we can guarantee the Dwarf Korean Purple Lilac Tree will sell out in no time, so order today to ensure delivery.
The Robinson Crabapple gives you a new look each season. You get incredible color and fast growth from a low-maintenance tree. This tree is covered with blooms throughout the spring. The flowers burst early as dark pink, then brighten to light pink as the season progresses. It's an attractive, compact tree that easily fit into many landscapes. It matures to just 15-25 feet tall, so it looks great in tight spaces and small lots. The Robinson Crabapple tree has a colorful display in each season, so it is often favored by homeowners as a focal point or specimen tree. The leaves emerge as a purple shade and mature to a bronzy green. This color palette provides an incredible contrast to the reddish pink flowers that thickly cover the tree each spring. The flowers give way to purple-red fruits that attract birds in the late summer and fall. Fall brings a blaze of coppery orange to your tree. The fruits continue to cling to the branches so the birds will have a food source in the winter as well. This ever-changing beauty has a tough nature. It's hardy to -30 degrees, so it will even thrive up north. It has only moderate watering needs once established, and it's resistant to most common diseases and pests. It prefers full sun for the best blooms, but it tolerates a wide range of soil conditions.
The Purple Queen Bougainvillea is one of the brightest flowering vines... period. Drape it over fences, trellises or walls for an incredible show of color. It is smothered with vibrant purple blooms against deep green foliage. Great as a Potted Plant in Colder Regions The Purple Queen Bougainvillea thrives in tropical climates (growing zones 9-11) when planted outside. However, it will grow anywhere in the country when planted in a container. Just bring it indoors during the winter... it makes a low-maintenance house plant! One of the Few Reblooming Vines! You get your first flood of flowers in the early summer. Then, you get a second wave of blooms in early fall. In warmer climates, you might see a third season of flowers! This is by far the longest blooming season of any bougainvillea vine. A Very Versatile Plant The possibilities are endless... • use it as a ground cover • drape it over a fence • plant it upright in a pot • train it over a retaining wall or trellis It's even drought-resistant. Just give it a long, deep watering when you plant it to establish a good root system. Plant it in full sun and enjoy the show several times a season!
• Top Choice for Growing a Tall Hedge! • Drought Tolerant, Deer Resistant and Evergreen • Takes Even Heavy Pruning Beautifully - Grow in Any Shape You Want! These Tough, Large-growing Shrubs Make a Great Tall Hedge Drought tolerant, deer resistant and evergreen - no wonder American Boxwood has been a top hedging choice for centuries! Slowly growing to a dense bush 10-12 feet tall, it can easily be pruned to any height or shape you desire, which also makes it an excellent choice for a topiary, if you are so inclined. Though a hungry deer will eat most anything, Boxwood is on the last page of their menu, so damage is unlikely. Long-Lived and Undemanding, They Have Stood the Test of Time! Boxwood was included in the gardens of Thomas Jefferson, and was popular in Europe even earlier. It was planted on many historic estates, and no Victorian garden was complete without a planting of boxwood! Its dense foliage, slow growth and propensity to live 75 to 100 years or more have kept it popular over the years, as well as its versatility in the landscape. Makes a Great Hedge, Screen, Topiary or Foundation Planting Since it can be pruned heavily and eventually becomes quite large, this long-lived plant is an excellent choice for a tall hedge or foundation planting, though its eventual height should be considered when choosing a location. American Boxwood is also a favorite for topiary use, which requires a dense habit and the ability to grow well after shearing. And it is very useful for outlining a parking area or screening a private space, as well as providing a background for perennials or blooming plants. Growing Tips: Though American Boxwood will grow in full sun to full shade, it prefers dappled shade, especially in the afternoon; full sun can scorch the leaves in summer, and full shade will make the plant leggy as it stretches for light. For most lush growth, plant in moist but well-drained soil, though it will survive drought periods with no problem. Mulch each year with bark or compost to protect its rather shallow root system and conserve water. Boxwood takes pruning well, but wait until after danger of frost in the late spring before cutting. The plants will stay dense to the ground if you leave the bottoms a little wider than the tops, so sun can reach the lower branches.
The Red Holly is a large, dense shrub that forms a thick wall when planted in rows. In the summer, its small, creamy-white blooms attract wildlife and birds. In the fall and winter, its dark green leaves create a dramatic backdrop for a profusion of plump, red berries. It's the holly of choice for adding holiday sparkle to your home. These are low-maintenance privacy trees. It's adaptable to most sunlight conditions and most soil types. It is even disease and pest-resistant. When planted in a row, it makes a dense low hedge or a taller privacy screen to block out the neighbors. You'll receive mature, top-quality hollies ready to plant when the package arrives. Just follow the enclosed planting instructions. When late fall rolls around, clip a few branches for your holiday decorating! As America's favorite holly, we can guarantee it will sell out, so order today to ensure delivery.
The Cassia Tree is a sight to behold with a shower of bright yellow flowers that will turn your yard into a tropical paradise. Here's why you should get this tree now... • Blooms in spring and fall • Wildlife attractant • Pest and disease resistant • Low maintenance • Perfect for any landscape feature Imagine walking into your garden and watching it come alive with the accent of the Cassia Tree. You and the butterflies will congregate around the Cassia as its yellow blooms cover the tree. Best of all, the Cassia can reach a height of 40 feet, making it a stunning centerpiece that can be seen from everywhere in the neighborhood. Big Flowers, Tiny Maintenance Your new Cassia tree will start its bloom factory the minute you plant it in the ground. The tree is adaptable to numerous soils, although an addition of peat moss and compost when planting is recommended. Also, add an organic slow release fertilizer when planting to give it a good start. After that, you can add the feed in the spring and late summer to get the highest bloom production. Finally, water regularly until the roots are established. The tree is fairly drought resistant, and it will only need the occasional watering in times of high heat. The Cassia also needs little pruning. You essentially remove dead and diseased branches as well as new growth that cross and rub against each other. And pinch out new growth in the early spring to create more flowers. That's it. You can save your pruning strength and enjoy the Cassia in all its blooming splendor! An extra benefit is that the Cassia is virtually resistant to all diseases and pests. What else can you ask for out of such a gorgeous tree? Landscape Champion The Cassia will sit pretty in virtually any landscape design you envision. Although the Cassia is not container friendly, it can grow vibrantly in a tall greenhouse if your temps go below 30F in the winter. Plant as a shade tree for a shade perennial garden. Line several on a driveway or path. Add as a background to a flower bed or hedge wall. The possibilities are endless! Get your Cassia Tree today and watch your backyard become the blooming paradise you always envisioned!
• Easy to grow • Readily adapts to variety of soils • Drought-tolerant, once established • Excellent disease-resistance What more could you ask for from a small ornamental tree? Pink Flowering Dogwoods grow in most states in the USA. The large blooms put on an impressive early spring display, making it one of the most popular spring flowering trees on the market. Pink Flowering Dogwood erupts in a cloud of showy blossoms that darken as they age. Low maintenance, care free Pink Flowering Dogwoods. This is an excellent ornamental tree for homeowners on the go. A beautiful tree in all seasons, its fall color is fiery red, for a climax to warm weather. Pink Flowering Dogwood is an important source of food for songbirds. Your new Pink Flowering Dogwood tree offers great winter interest with red fruit and rust accents on smooth gray bark. The fruit provides an excellent source of winter food for birds. A graceful, low-branched tree will add four-season beauty to your yard. When shopping for Pink Flowering Dogwoods make sure you purchase trees with an excellent, healthy root system. At Brighter Blooms Nursery, we work longer and harder than our competitor nurseries in delivering you easy success and instant beauty with our well- developed root system.
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This grand Dutch Iris mixture of gorgeous color grows 20"-24" tall in average soil for the ideal, color-balanced garden. Their palette of color begins from late spring through the summer, making them ideal for cut-flower arrangements. They look especially stunning when planted all together. Grows best in full sun but will tolerate some shade. Includes 25 top quality bulbs. USDA Hardiness Zones: 4-9. *Shipping expected to begin early September 2015.