1 edition of Hardy Northern grown fruit and ornamental trees, small fruits, ornamental shrubs and vines found in the catalog.
Written in English
|Other titles||Retail price list|
|Statement||the Laketon Nurseries ; G.N. Moyer & Son, prop|
|Contributions||G.N. Moyer & Son, Henry G. Gilbert Nursery and Seed Trade Catalog Collection|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||35|
Its glossy green leaves, white flowers and small, red, edible fruit combine to give it its Latin name three colours. American Cranberry bush Viburnum trilobum - This 6- to foot- tall shrub is hardy in zones 3 to 8. Summer-bearing raspberries: To make a hedgerow, trellis between two wires about 3—4' off the ground and 18—36" apart. They can be used to make borders around your vegetable garden, or along back property lines. They prefer at least 6 hours of sunlight each day.
The fruits have an amazing fruit salad mixed flavour and are delicious eaten fresh or used in compotes and jam. But there are many dwarf fruit tree varieties which may prove a perfect fit for a smallish backyard. The attractive fruit persists on the trees long after the leaves fall. Rosemary Rosmarinus officinalis - This evergreen shrub is hardy in zones 9 to 11 and makes an excellent low hedge or border plant.
Drive a stout post near the tree. Space 8—12' apart in rows 8—12' apart. How to plant a bare rooted tree? The fruit will ripen in early June, in the first or second year after planting and will continue to do so year-after-year for up to 75 years.
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It grows 15 to 30 feet tall with a similar spread, and is drought-tolerant and resistant to disease, including verticillium Aromatic white flowers appear in spring, and red berries add interest in winter although some people do not like their smell. They are popular in North America in desserts and other cookery.
Because everbearing types bear fruit on first-year and second-year canes, you have a couple of options. It grows 10 to 15 feet tall and is best grown in full sun to part shade in moisture, well-drained soil. Pick a site with good air flow, but avoid sites with cold northwest winds.
The fruit is excellent either straight from the bush or cooked in pies or preserves.
The thorny branches make it an excellent barrier plant, especially since new shoots arise from root suckers. Cautious harvesting for two weeks may be possible. The plant is frost tolerant, but does need some protection as temperatures below C will kill the flower buds. The plant is hardy, but can only tolerate short periods of snow and frost so really only suitable for the southern part of Britain.
Mix soil with liberal quantities of well-rotted manure and compost. Water well and pack the earth down with your feet to remove air pockets. Back to top Conifers Evergreen trees prefer a pH between 5. It is fully hardy and is not frost tender. Back to top General Planting Directions for Trees and Shrubs Dig a large hole, at least twice as wide and about as deep as the root system.
For fruit production in summer and fall, grow everbearing red raspberries such as 'Heritage'. Sold as 2ft plants. Drive a stout post near the tree. This is a cross between a plum and a sweet cherry that goes to a whole other level. Planting in shade or semi-shade may reduce the amount of blooms.
It grows to 6 to 10 feet tall with fragrant, white flowers and edible red fruits. Plant strawberries at the same depth as they were in the nursery, with the middle of the crown at soil level.
But there are many dwarf fruit tree varieties which may prove a perfect fit for a smallish backyard. Brambles, such as these raspberriescan be grown in tight places such as along a fence or next to a house.
Male and female plants are needed for setting fruit. Pack soil well. ARIANA has medium to large fruit with red skin, dark red arils and very soft seeds with a great sweet-tart flavor. Rule 1: Never fertilise after July Blueberry Vaccinium - Select varieties that are highbush 5 to 6 feet tall or half-high 1 to 4 feet tall depending on your location.
Plant in full sun to partial shade in acidic, moist, well-drained soil, and prune in late winter. Plant 14—18" apart, 6—10" deep, in trenches 4' apart.
Be sure to leave some spears each year to grow stalks that will support the roots and give you more spears next year. Mr V's Field and Forest lumber yard features specialty lumber such as aspen, balsam, birch, Jack pine and tamarack tongue and groove flooring, paneling as well as specialty sizes for truck decks, bridge timbers and log cabin logs.
American Cranberry bush Viburnum trilobum - This 6- to foot- tall shrub is hardy in zones 3 to 8. Plants require 2" water per week during the growing season.Dec 01, · The surprisingly cold-hardy Japanese plum yew, C. harringtonia (Zones 6 to 9), has a lot of potential for northern gardens.
The straight species can grow 20 feet tall, occasionally taking the form of a small tree. The cultivar 'Fastigiata' is a beautifully formal, broadly conical shrub growing to 15 feet.
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Bush Plums - Sometimes called cherry-plums, Nanking cherries, or sand cherries, these small-fruited shrubs grow about 6 to 10 feet tall, have showy white flowers and 1/2-inch-diameter tart fruits and are hardy in zones 3 to 9 depending on the species.
The fruits are best used in jams and jellies. The Mulberry is a great ornamental tree, but do not plant it next to a patio or pathed area as the fallen fruit will stain.
Mulberry trees produce an abundance of delicious fruit which looks something like a blackberry, but with a taste which is almost beyond compare.
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How and When to Plant Flowering Trees. Though specific directions will depend on the Flowering Trees you purchase, knowing your growing zone is an important first step. After you’ve determined your zone, keep sunlight and watering needs in mind for your Flowering Trees and Ornamental Trees/5.