Eastern Hemlock Tree 36-42-Inch SPECIAL SALE

October 4, 2019 - Comment

Eastern Hemlock Tree 36-42″…SPECIAL 3-DAY SALE Tsuga canadensis Shipping and Handling is a flat $12.95 on this hemlock offer, so buy as many as you want, your cost remains at $12.95 This offer is for (One Tree) Visit our store for discount pricing.We carry Eastern hemlocks in the following heights 8-12″ ~ 12-16″ ~ 18-24″

Eastern Hemlock Tree 36-42″…SPECIAL 3-DAY SALE Tsuga canadensis Shipping and Handling is a flat $12.95 on this hemlock offer, so buy as many as you want, your cost remains at $12.95 This offer is for (One Tree) Visit our store for discount pricing.We carry Eastern hemlocks in the following heights 8-12″ ~ 12-16″ ~ 18-24″ ~ 36-42″ Visit our store to see all we carry.Eastern hemlock also known as Canadian hemlock, eastern hemlock-spruce is a favorite for privacy screens and hedges because of its handsome, graceful appearance and ability to be sheared any height or shape. The tree is also one of only a few evergreens that can handle full sun and full shade, though it prefers a site where it can receive both shade and sun. Eastern hemlock trees also called Canadian hemlock grow to be thick and dense. It has needles that are bluish green and has a wonderful fragrance.Hemlocks work well for screening, groupings and foundation plantings. They grow in a pyramidal shape. Prefers a site where it can receive both shade and sun. Hemlocks cannot tolerate drought, wind or heavy soil. The needles are soft, feathery, deep green needles that form flat, horizontal sprays on the twigs. Older Hemlocks yield an abundance of small brown cones ½ –1″ long that hang from the branches like ornaments. After your hemlocks are established, you can shear to any height or shape. Ends of the branches droop slightly, giving it a “relaxed” look. Hemlocks make great shrubs and as a clipped hedge, 3 – 8 feet tall.If you are in need of an evergreen landscape tree for a privacy screen, hedge, grouping or foundation planting, the Eastern hemlock may be a good solution.Pot is only for display purposes. Pots not included. Free with purchase “How to Plant and Care for Hemlocks”Photo No. and Description 1. Ready for Shipping 2. 24-36 inch in height 3. How we measure. Where roots meet trunk to tree top. 4. 12 Foot in height 5. Wildlife Habitat 6. Large Hedge #1 7. New Growth 8. New Cones 9. Dried Cones 10. Winter Scene 11. Large Hedge #2 12. Large Hedge #3 13. Results from cutting top off in spring…Bushy Tree 14. Seedlings 8-12 inch 25-Pack 15. CPS Hardiness Zone MapShipping Size: Approximately 36-42 inches in height, similar to Photo-2. We recommend planting smaller hemlocks in a protected area for the first couple of years.How we measure tree height: Tree height is determined by measuring from where the roots meet the tree trunk to the tip of the tree. We lay the trees flat and straight. Heights are determined from measurements marked on the prep-table we use. Drooping is because it’s new growth which is weak and moving the tree from one environment to a new environment. Any drooping tops will straighten out in time. We recommend planting smaller hemlocks in a protected area for the first couple of years.Hardiness Zones: 3–8. See our USDA Zoning Map.Tree Type: This is an evergreen tree, keeping its foliage year-round.Water:· Water deeply every week using a soaker hose.· Keep the soil moist at a 1-inch depth at all times.· Twice-a-week watering during dry weather.· Once established the hemlocks will only require watering during droughts.Sun: Full sun to full shade.Growth Rate: Hemlock grows at a slow to medium rate, with height increases of anywhere from less than 12″ to 24″ per year.Sun Preference: Full sun, partial shade and full shade.Soil Preference: The Eastern hemlock grows in acidic, loamy, moist, sandy, and well-drained soils. It is not drought-tolerant.Wildlife Value: Hemlocks provides excellent cover for deer and songbirds. Nesting sites for birds. The seeds are a food source for juncos, chickadees, and siskins.Note: We recommend planting smaller hemlocks in a protected area for the first couple of years.Know your plants before you buy.__________________________IMPORTANT: Open your package when received. Check for any damage; notify us at once if there is any damage. For best results, plant your trees/shrubs within 24 hours of receipt. However, if not possible, keep in a cool place, wrap with moist newspapers, until you are ready to plant. We do not recommend doing this for more than a few days.We have been using the following method for well over 15 years with excellent results. We ship our trees/shrubs as Semi-Bare-Root. All trees/shrubs receive a through watering prior to packaging and shipping to keep their roots moist and healthy during shipping. We place the roots into plastic bags adding enough of our special soil mix then shrink wrap to keep moisture in and air out during the trip from our place to your place.

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