I am positive I’m not the only person who needs to go to Weight Watchers after this Thanksgiving weekend. lol phew, it was all delicious good food, but I’m as stuffed as that turkey was.
Anyway, I digress.
I’ve had a lot of customers asking for trees and shrubs in container sizes larger than 3-gallon, especially the Black Tupelo trees. The Black Tupelos are not easy trees to find, and they’re especially difficult to find in larger sizes. But all of my searching has paid off and I finally found a couple of really good suppliers who grow them in large containers. So I can now sell them in 3-gallon, 15-gallon, and 30-gallon sizes. Prices are $22, $110, and $230, respectively. Height difference is 3-5′ tall, 5-7′ tall, and 7-9′ tall, respectively. The biggest differences between the sizes is width, rootball size, and age of the tree. Keep in mind also that it has a growth rate of slow, less than 12″ per year, to medium, 12-24″ per year. Click here, Black Tupelo Tree, to go to its description page in the Boutique to learn more about it and to order.
So I’ll start getting more of the trees and shrubs in the 7-, 10-, 15-, and 30-gallon sizes. Let me know if you’re looking for a particular plant in a larger size and I’ll do my best to find it for you.
Happy diggin’ in the dirt!
Jeanni and Ziva
Bella Jardins Boutique
Beautiful Gardens Begin Here