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Can You Plant A Tree? Guide

Trees make some of the best home decorations ever.

Undoubtedly better than any pink flamingo that can be placed in your yard.

Trees come in various sizes, from small bushes that barely reach 10 ft to great monsters that can reach heights of 120 ft plus!

They have numerous beautiful parts, with some having beautiful foliage to some with beautiful flowers. But planting trees is the natural part. Waiting for them to grow is the hard part. Trees, unlike grass and weeds, take many years to grow. Some trees can be full-sized in 2 years; however, some take 60 to 70 years to reach full size. When you first decide you want a tree, you have to decide whether you want it 2 or 3 years old or whether you want to buy seeds for it. If you get a seed, you will have to wait much longer and take much more care to get the plant to thrive. You can cut years of waiting off by planting a partially grown tree. Here are the steps to planting it:

First, select your desired tree location.

Then find a tree that can grow well in your area and have the space for and that you like.

Buy the tree

Take the tree home and dig a hole twice the size of the tree's root ball. Place in fertilizer and insert tree.

Water immediately.


If you buy seed, you have to place the seed in the ground in the water, but it takes much longer. The Pitch Pine is an excellent evergreen that would look good in your yard. Burning Bush is another excellent and vibrant shrub.

Source to Buy a Variety of Trees


Pine Trees - TN Nursery

Pine Trees

Pine trees are evergreen conifers are characterized by needle-like leaves, conical or irregular shapes, and the production of cones, found in various species and widely distributed across the world's forests. Pine trees, also known as Pinus, are a family of conifers that includes at least 121 species. They're typically located in the Northern Hemisphere, and they can be as small as 10 feet or as large as 268 feet. Pine Trees Bark and Cones For the most part, they have a scaly, thick bark. The branches are extremely tight spirals, which are often referred to as 'pseudo whorls.' These whorls typically grow one set of branches per year. The cones, meanwhile, provide the tree's source of reproduction. Both genders appear on each of these evergreens, and this offers a unique appearance. The cones are often collected by cone hunters, and they've been displayed in any number of baskets over the years. The Tree Has Foliage/Needles The needles of these conifers can be sharp, but they're yet another thing that offers a visual feast for wildlife lovers. Interestingly, more mature ones do not typically have any needles. Instead, they only stick around for up to 40 years. While they're still there, though, they feed butterflies and moths. The seed leaves come in a whorl of four to 24. Not only do these help distribute additional evergreens, but they also offer a food source to squirrels and a wide array of birds. Height and Life Expectancy of Them Although the extreme height range is listed above, the majority of them can grow to approximately 50-150 feet tall. Even more impressive, though, is their expected lifespan. Most will live anywhere from 100 to 1,000 years. However, the oldest known ones are around 4,800 years old! In other words, anytime you plant one of these evergreens, it'll most likely be around for many subsequent generations. TN Nursery Offers Plants Perfect for Christmas Everyone who envisions their ideal Christmas tree immediately thinks of them. In fact, these evergreen types have just the right mixture of greenery and heavy-bearing limbs to make them suitable for holding all your Christmas decorations. Of course, you probably won't want to cut down these beautiful conifers, but you can still decorate them in your yard! If you're looking for something that is beautiful, will last for a very long time, and is extremely hardy, you should definitely consider planting these evergreens!

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