Land Nursery


Trees are like friends. We have memories of branches supporting our swings, the shade on a hot summer day and their beauty as seasons change.

Trees help cool the Earth by shading and evaporating water. A 100 foot tree can take 11,000 gallons of water from the soil and breath it into the air in a single growing season.

Trees can clean polluted industrial sites by acting as 100 foot straws sucking contamination from soil and ground water.

Trees provide the oxygen we breathe. Plant a tree today.

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garden tips
Mow higher and less often. Longer blade surfaces encourage deeper rootings. Mowing puts grass under additional stress that requires more water.
Install a drip irrigation system. You'll save up to 60 percent of the water used by sprinklers.
Group plants according to water requirements to avoid over or under watering.
Irrigate lawns only when needed. If grass springs back after you walk on it, it doesn't need water.