Fall is the Best Time to Plant Ornamental Trees and Shrubs!

Planting ornamental trees and shrubs is a great way to add height and beauty to your landscape or garden, and we have a vast selection for you to choose from. A couple of varieties include Japanese Maples, and they are perfect for a shaded landscape. There are shorter, weeping varieties such as Orangeola, which stay under 10 feet and have delicate fern-like leaves. Taller, upright varieties, like the Coral Bark (red bark with bright green leaves) or the Bloodgood (burgundy leaves), grow to 15 or 20 feet over time.
For your sunny areas, consider an evergreen Teddy Bear Magnolia or Little gem Magnolia that will only reach 20 feet tall at maturity and bloom huge, 6″ diameter blooms that smell delightful!
These are just a couple of examples. There are so many more, from types of Hollies to Crape Myrtles.

Check here to see the varieties that grow wonderful in North Texas.

Also, you can check inventory here if you see something you can’t do without in your landscape!

Little Gem Magnolia

Coral Bark Japanese Maple