September ’22 SPECIALS

It has been a very, very hot summer. Keep yourself (and your plants!) hydrated! And don’t forget to take advantage of this month’s specials!

30% Off

Scent Shop Diffusers, Oils & Room Sprays

Stop by to enjoy 30% off Scent Shop Diffusers, Oils & Room Sprays
while supplies last.

Sale Ends September 30, 2022

15% Off

Amber Jubilee Ninebark Shrub

Stop by to enjoy 15% Off Amber Jubilee Ninebark Shrub variety. While supplies last.

Sale Ends September 30, 2022

Monthly Tips!

Perennials

If you have not already, fertilize your plants to give them the best chance of surviving the winter months.

Shrubs

When planting anytime from now until the ground freezes, it is extremely important to break up larger chunks of dirt

Trees

We at Heritage Hill Nursery Inc., recommend planting new trees in fall.

Lawns

In cooler climates such as Wisconsin, late summer to early fall is a suitable time to consider detaching your lawn.

Quick Tips!

  •  If you have not already, fertilize your plants to give them the best chance of surviving the winter months. With the hotter months behind us, regular watering should not be needed unless temperatures rise above 80.

  • When planting anytime from now until the ground freezes, it is extremely important to break up larger chunks of dirt. Otherwise, air pockets can form near the root system during the planting process. Although seemingly harmless, these pockets can fill up with water that will eventually freeze and effectively kill the plant.

     

In The Spotlight

Every week we showcase new plants! Take a peek here at some of our most recent additions to the spotlight!

Walker Siberian Peashrub

Walker Siberian Peashrub

New to the garden center is the Walker Siberian Peashrub. Only growing up to 10’ T and 4’ W this smaller deciduous weeping tree makes a statement with its delicate fern-like leaves and yellow pea-like flowers in the spring. The adaptability for handling cold weather,...

Little Gold Star Rudbeckia

Little Gold Star Rudbeckia

Little Gold Star Rudbeckia, commonly known as black-eyed susan, blooms from midsummer to early fall in a vibrant shade of golden yellow. It grows extremely well but try to give it full sun for the best flowers, but if not, it doesn't mind some slight shade. These...

Full Speed A Hedge American Pillar Arborvitae

Full Speed A Hedge American Pillar Arborvitae

The rapid growth 3 foot per year growth rate and dense branching of the Full Speed A Hedge American Pillar Arborvitae is sure to be a hit amongst customers looking for quick privacy or windbreaking solutions.   The mature height can get up to 20 feet tall by up to 5...

Special Mention!

We’ve been featured on Trees.com for Best Tree Nurseries in Milwaukee.

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