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    Volunteers plant trees on MLK Day

    Trees Atlanta—a member of the Arbor Day Foundation’s Alliance for Community Trees program— engaged local youth and adults in a Day of Service tree planting to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Today, hundreds…

    By Mary Sweeney | January 18, 2016
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    Fall Shipping Starts Today

    Today marks the start of fall shipping, which means your young trees are one step closer to arriving at your door step and starting their new life in your yard. Since we ship out…

    By Sheereen Othman | November 2, 2015
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    Tree Care Tips for Fall Planting

    There’s something festive about the changing of leaves and cinnamon spice that loom the air. The cooler weather is perfect for fall planting because the trees are better able to retain moisture. Despite the…

    By Sheereen Othman | October 2, 2015
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    Lodi Apple: The Apple to Your Sauce

    (Malus x domestica) The lodi apple —a hybrid of the yellow transparent and montomgery apple —is a popular choice used in baking pies and making applesauce for their ability to cook down quickly. These yellowish-green…

    By Sheereen Othman | September 23, 2015
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    Our Hardiness Zone Map Gets a Refresh

    The Arbor Day Foundation distributes millions of trees every year, so it’s important that we have an accurate hardiness zone map. This map separates the country into ten different temperature zones to help people…

    By Brianne Bayer | August 25, 2015
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    Peaches, cherries, and plums! Oh my!

    Wouldn’t it be fun to pick fruit from your own trees at home? We have selected a variety of choices that are both delicious and add beauty to your landscape. Each selection grows in…

    By Kaitlin Johnson | May 15, 2015