Planting in the fall gives trees an extra growing season before the stress of summer. The combination of cooler temperatures and rain allow trees to establish
their roots, making it easier for them to adjust to extreme heat or drought in the summer. For this reason, in most areas, fall
is the best time of the year to plant trees.
People fear that young trees can’t withstand the winter. However, most trees go dormant in the
winter, the equivalent of hibernation. This “sleep” state slows down the tree’s growth, energy consumption, and metabolism.
A new shipment of trees has just arrived at Hidden Ponds which will surprise and delight.
Lots of shapes, colors and sizes from which to choose. We have a care section on each tree in our Resource Library page on this website. With these lovely trees, your landscape will be an
oasis of beauty!