Trees & Shrubs
Our big selection of trees and shrubs are all varieties that you can be sure will grow and thrive in the Tallahassee area. We take pride in stocking only the best quality plants that are carefully labeled and always well cared for in our nursery. You can be sure that you are buying only the finest quality, healthy, happy plants from us.
We stock shade trees in starter sizes all the way up to huge specimens. Among them are many native species including Live Oaks, Magnolias, Maples, Tulip Poplars, Birches, Elms and more.
Every garden needs flowering trees that make our city so beautiful. Try Crepe Myrtles, Dogwoods, Redbuds, Ornamental Cherries, Fringe trees, and Silverbells to name only a few. These trees are such an easy way to add color spring, summer and fall.
Our selection of shrubs is the biggest in our area! Look for hedge plant like Ligustrum, Viburnum, Japanese Yew, Wax Myrtle, Anise and Hollies. Fill the garden with colorful flowering shrubs like Azaleas, Camellias, Hydrangeas, Gardenias, Loropetalum.
And look for specialty plants that add unusual touches to the landscape like Mahonias, Cephalotaxus, Palms and topiaries.
Having trouble deciding? Don’t worry. Our knowledgeable personnel are always happy to show you around and answer your questions. Or you can check out our detailed signs which give complete descriptions of the plants.
We are Florida Certified Horticulture Professionals We are proud of the knowledge and professionalism of our staff. We are glad to give you all the information you need to grow a beautiful and successful garden. Go ahead! Ask us!
Go Native with plants that grow naturally in our area. These species are well-adapted to our soils and climate and--once they are established in the right location--require little care. And many of them, like Yaupon Holly and Wax Myrtle, are important food sources for birds and other wild life. And for gorgeous flowers and sweet fragrance in the spring, try a native azalea like the pretty pink R. canescens or the jaw-dropping golden yellow ‘Admiral Semmes.’