Tree Nursery in Atlanta, GA area

Discussion in 'Nurseries and Growers' started by ricsin1, Oct 12, 2009.

  1. ricsin1

    ricsin1 LawnSite Member
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    I'm looking for some good nurseries in the atlanta, ga area. Im looking for a nice red or pink dogwood tree. I've been to Pikes and chain home improvement stores like Lowe's/Home dept.... Does anyone else know of another good place where I can get quality a dogwood in the Atlanta, Ga area...?
     
  2. Springmeadows

    Springmeadows LawnSite Senior Member
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    How far do you want to drive? I know a few good wholesale nurseries but they are a little ways away.
     
  3. ricsin1

    ricsin1 LawnSite Member
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    truthfully.... im willing to travel if I can get what im looking for .... Pike Nursery is famous in GA and NC -- i like the fact that they have a lifetime warranty on thier stuff but the price is more than DOUBLE than at other places ....... where did you have in mind? do they have a website?
     
  4. JoeinJasper

    JoeinJasper LawnSite Member
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    A. A. 'Buck' Jones in Grayson, Ga. and in Alpharetta, Ga.
    Stovall in Cumming, Ga. and other locations
    Skinner Nurseries in Marrietta, GA. and other locations
    John Deere Landscape in Kennesaw, Ga. and other locations

    Joe
     
  5. wvbrian

    wvbrian LawnSite Member
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    Dudley nursery is a little east of Atlanta proper, I dont remember what town in though. When I worked for Post Properties, we would go out there and pick out our stuff. The place is huge with a good selection.
     
  6. Springmeadows

    Springmeadows LawnSite Senior Member
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    There are two that I deal with: Swafford's Nursery in Cleveland, TN. Their website is swaffordsnursery.com. Another is Burkhart Farms in Rock Springs, GA. They don't have a website that I know of. Both of these guys are good and only sell wholesale, no retail. Also don't bring customers with you, if you do that. They both don't allow that. Swafford's is my personal favorite. Aaron Swafford is the owner and I like him alot.
     
  7. ricsin1

    ricsin1 LawnSite Member
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    Just planted a crepe mrytle (15 gallon size) on Oct 18th, 2009 I wanted to know if I could use a fertilizer [Bondie 4-10-3 Root & Grow Fertilizer] or should I just water and fertilize next spring 2010.

    I wanted the root system get developed as soon as possible before winter comes. The leaves turned yellow/orange and fell off since I've planted on Oct 18th and today it just seems dry?

    I'm in Atlanta, GA 30314
     
  8. straightlinelandscapes

    straightlinelandscapes LawnSite Member
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    shemin nursery
    skinner
    john deere
     

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