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We are in the holiday spirit here at Cross Creek Nursery! Whether you are dropping by for your freshly cut Fraser Fir Christmas tree, or to check out our selection of holiday decor, we are happy you’re here!
Join us Saturday, October 14th, and Sunday October 15th for our annual Fall Fest! Both locations will have scarecrow competitions, kids activities, local vendors, and more!
Perennials are a gardener’s dream – they add seasonality, color and texture that are hard to find in any other group of plants. They work well as the majority of a landscape, giving you interest from Spring to Fall or as additions to an existing landscape.
Just like Hummingbirds, Bees need support throughout the season as well! Plant more Bee attracting plants to help pollinate your Fruit Trees, Vegetables, and to support Honey Bees/Native Bees. Native Plants support not only our Native bees but all other pollinators as well. Choose natives for a more diverse landscpe and wildlife presence!
Bring more Hummingbirds to your yard with these plants selections! Hummingbirds are more attracted to tubular shaped blooms, so be sure to work some of these options in to your landscape to support them throughtout the season.
When Planting to attract Butterflies, most people think BLOOMS, but Butterflies need host plants too! Be sure to plant a mix of each to fully support all life cycles of Butterflies. You’ll also want to utilize plants that bloom in Spring and Fall as well, to provide fod for when Butterflies are migrating. Choose Natives … Read more
Generally, hungry Deer will eat most anything. If you have Deer frequenting your yard, plants these options to have the best luck. When landscaping with Deer resistant plants, lean more towards grasses, scented plants, or big, pluming flowers. Deer are easily scared by plants that move with the wind, are hesitant around any unfamiliar scent, … Read more
Low maintenance options for sun to shade, these plants take very little watering once established. Annuals will not be as dourght tolerant as established trees, however they will need less water than other annuals. We still receommend waterng at least twice a week to encourage healthy growth and to get the most out of your … Read more