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Bareroot Basics

Planting bareroot plants can be very intimidating if you’ve not done it before. Luckily, you have us to help eliminate the anxiety of planting bareroot.

At a glance, bareroot plants do not look like much more than a stick with some ‘hairy’ roots hanging from them, but if given the chance they can transform your yard into a beautiful green-filled paradise.

Vanilla Strawberry Hydrangea

Hydrangea paniculata ‘Renhy’

The enormous cone shaped blooms on this beauty start out a vanilla white, changing to a soft pink and finally to a ripe strawberry red. Remember, new flowers keep the multi-color show going from July into the fall. This plant is 6’-7’ tall and 4’-5’ wide. East or North exposure is best or placed under a large shade tree (Zone 4).

Prairie Rose Crabapple

Malus 'Prairie Rose'

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