Fall is an often overlooked, but perfect time to get some seedlings in the ground. The shortening days, cool nights, and increase of rain in most parts of the country lends well to transplant success. In the South, you can safely plant pretty much all fall, all winter, and into mid spring. The further north you go the window shortens but generally you plant Fall and Spring, but not during the winter. Compared to waiting until late winter or early spring to plant, transplanting seedlings during the fall allows them much more time to root in before the next summer’s drought…this is a huge PLUS considering the droughty summers we’ve been having lately.
For a very limited time, we are offering 4 deer pear, 4 Chickasaw plum, and 4 American persimmon with free shipping for only $49.99. This is a roughly 40% savings compared to buying them at the normal retail pricing. Zones 7, 8, and 9 can plant these all winter long. Further north up in zone 6 you can safely plant these species up until about the end of November. So whether you are interested in feeding your deer, improving pollinator habitat for your bees, or just want to be up to your eyeballs in jams, jellies, and preserves- don’t hesitate to take advantage of this offer.
Package Includes 12 Seedlings: