2013 Happy New Year

Happy New Year from Arbor Hill Tree Farm.2012 was a very good year for our family & tree farm. We want to thank all our customers for there patronage. We very much appreciate your business in 2012 and look forward to your business in 2013 and beyond.
Here we are in January and the weather forecast is calling for mid to high 30’s for daytime temperatures and possible rain. Even though it may be quite odd to see above freeezing temperatures and rain in January, it may be very helpful for the trees to tolerate the winter better. The ground should be able to absorb some of the moisture as snow melts because there may not be much frost at this point.The heavy snow we recieved in the late fall came before any frost was present, having an insulating effect.
Evergreen trees take in moisture all year, including the winter, so any moisture that can enter the ground or be absorbed by the needles definitely helps.
Even though it is January, Arbor Hill Tree Farm is busy preparing for Spring. We have been updating our website and have a number of Spring Tree Specials available. We very much encouage you to start planning now for your Spring & Summer projects. We are available for taking tree orders now. Orders are processed and planted in the Spring on a first come, first serve basis. Please contact me to discuss your tree needs or to place an order. Orders require a 50% deposit.
One of the advantages of purchasing trees from Arbor Hill Tree Farm is we are the grower of the trees we sell and you are welcome to walk through the over 30 acres and select from thousands of trees.
Please take the time to look over our website. We have tried to make our web site informative and easy to use. The installation methods page is very helpful for understanding how we transport & plant the trees in your yard.Pictured is 1 of our evergreen growing fields.
Again we are available this time of year by email or phone, or by appointment for visiting our Tree Farm.
We will also be an exhibitor at the Mpls Home & Garden Show at the Mpls Covention Center Feb.27th to March 3rd. Please stop by and see us.
Thanks, Jerry Knutson