The real answer to that question is unsatisfying…“it all depends.” To understand why, we must remember that a fruit tree is a living organism, a miraculous creature that can produce delicious food from merely soil, water, and sunshine. To make this everyday miracle possible, fruit
Exuberant, bright pink Taiwan cherry blossoms are a big part of springtime in Tallahassee. The eye-catching flowers are the earliest sign of the parade of spring blooms to come. These spectacular small trees hold a special place at Tallahassee Nurseries too. Introducing this plant to
We just received a huge shipment of stunning Japanese Maples! Checkout our selections below to find your new favorite tree. All listed varieties and sizes are available as of 4.6.2021, but these plants won’t last long. Shop soon for the best selection. Tallahassee Nurseries is
After the storms of 2018, many people in the Panhandle have trees to replace. I’d like you to consider native trees if you are working to recover your landscape. There’s a big push to plant native trees and plants these days. Native trees have many wonderful benefits for our homes, our shared environment, and our wild friends.
The sad truth of the matter is that Native Dogwood trees are in a serious and widespread decline. While their native range covers much of the eastern United States, within that range, their wild habitat in North Florida is generally confined to locations that have
We’ve received our first big shipment of fruit trees for fall! The temperatures are dropping and it is the perfect time to plant. We offer the best selection that our area has to offer! We have a wide range of fruit trees including: • Persimmons
I’m a native son of Tallahassee, born and raised. For me, and so many others from this area, springtime means azaleas. Massive Indica Azalea hedges are such an integral part of the Tallahassee landscape. However, sometimes we forget they’re even there until the spring explosion
Have you driven through any of Tallahassee’s older neighborhoods this January or February? If you did I bet you noticed the beautiful Japanese Magnolias blooming in shades of pink and white in almost every yard with a garden. These delicate small trees were once a