Which Xmas Tree is Right for You?:

Which Xmas Tree is Right for You?:

While it may not seem like different varieties of Christmas trees have many differences there are many benefits to each individual type. The most popular genus around the holidays is (of course) the fir tree. Heritage Hill carries three of the most popular fir trees...

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Different Grades of Xmas Trees:

Different Grades of Xmas Trees:

When shopping at Heritage Hill Nursery you may notice we have multiple different grades of trees such as premium, promotional, and economy. In order to choose the best tree for your family it is important to understand what the different grades mean. The grade of a...

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Gold Cone Juniper

Gold Cone Juniper

Gold Cone Juniper grows to 5’ tall with a 2’ spread, making it a great choice for a low hedge. It does well in a wide range of soils, but make sure it is well drained, and give it full sun for the best colors. Foliage starts as a wonderful shade of yellow in spring,...

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Blue Star Juniper

Blue Star Juniper

Blue Star Juniper is naturally turquoise so don’t worry about beauty with this plant. Growing to about 2’ by 2’ at maturity this will be an excellent accent piece in borders or planted near other plants to provide a popping contrast. As an evergreen, it will retain...

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Accolade Elm

Accolade Elm

The Accolade Elm is a beautiful shade tree that provides dappled shade throughout the summer. This tree stands up well to disease, so don’t worry too much about Dutch Elms. You won’t have to worry about drought or pests either. Give it full sun and eventually you’ll...

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Little Spark Spirea

Little Spark Spirea

Little Spark Spirea is a smaller shrub, growing to about 24” tall and 30” wide. New growth starts orange before going to yellow. In summer you’ll have a bunch of beautiful pink flowers. Trim them off once they’ve faded and it will bloom again for you. Give it full sun...

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London planetree

London planetree

London planetree is a towering species, growing up to 100 ’ tall, with an average spread of 80 ’. The bark is wonderfully unique, reminiscent of a beech tree, but with extra splashes of color. It doesn ’t mind getting wet, but only tolerates slight drought. Give it...

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Double Play Big Bang Spirea

Double Play Big Bang Spirea

Double Play Big Bang Spirea is a great flowering shrub. Give it full sun and a well-drained soil and it will do wonders. The leaves start orange in spring and transition to yellow as summer approaches, when it grows beautiful pink blooms. Growing to 3’ tall and 3’...

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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,...

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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...

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