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About Deciduous Plants

These plants are deciduous/semi-evergreen plant and will go dormant during the winter months. When this plant is ordered during the Fall/Winter expect seasonal foliage decline(discoloration, spots, leaf drop) or the plant to arrive completely dormant. For an extra 10% off your order of deciduous plants use coupon code: DormantPlant2021 Offer ends 3/1/2021 What to do when a dormant plant arrives:
  1. Unpackage on arrival and water
  2. Your plant will be ready to be planted in the landscape or in a container on arrival, or if you wish you can keep your new plant in its container until spring that is ok too
    • If planting in the landscape consider using a root stimulating fertilizer to get your plant working hard establishing its root system during the winter months
  3. Dormant plants do require some watering: once a week should be sufficient
  4. When Spring arrives and your plant begins showing signs of new growth increase your watering schedule to 2 times every 7 to ten days until established, then water as needed. Apply a slow-release granular fertilizer to give your plant a great start
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