We live in a world that is forever exploring options for the wisest investments. Our goal is to leave the world in a better place for future generations and give them a place to grow and receive inspiration from their own environments. To plant a tree is to invest in the future of your community, your home, and your planet.
At Chambersville Tree Farms, we offer a wide variety of trees that will enhance any home or garden. Whether you prefer the majesty of a mighty oak or wish to add a southern flair with a graceful magnolia, our inventory has just the right plants for any property.
Create a zen garden with more than 35 different varieties of Japanese maples to choose from. Our ornamental blossoming trees offer some of the most eye-popping shades of the season with pungent scents that are a treat for the soul as well the eyes.
For a true investment in the future, consider planting a fruit tree. The pleasure of a graceful, shady tree is magnified with fragrant blossoms and crowned with the harvest of homegrown, natural fruit–assets that return each year.
Trees add life and vigor to any landscape. They create a sense of stability and add color to rural and urban settings alike. In the mad, scrambling race for security in this world, it is wise to pursue another kind of green that will stand the test of time.
For more information and assistance making your own natural investment in your neighborhood or workplace, contact us.
There is no doubt about it- giant shade trees can be the crowning glory of your property, and a real asset to have during blistering summer heat waves. But that same cooling shade that your massive trees provide can also have a detrimental effect on the growth of foliage that struggles to survive in its shade. Through proper tree trimming and branch thinning, enough sunlight may filter through to the ground beneath to support an adequate amount of lawn growth, but sometimes, even in spite of a property owner’s best efforts, a ragged, splotchy lawn emerges.
If you are searching for a small to medium-sized tree that will provide a good amount of shade without killing your lawn, consider the Chilopsis linearis, otherwise known as a Bubba Desert Willow.
With a mature size of approximately fifteen feet high, and fifteen feet wide, a Bubba Desert Willow has the ability to cast a beautiful afternoon shadow on your lawn, porch, or patio, while not blocking sunlight from the ground beneath it. Once established, this tree can tolerate both our sweltering Texas heat, and our dry summer spells. One of the best features about this tree, not counting its rather undignified nickname, is its showy pink blooms that appear throughout the spring and early summer.
It has been said that “good things come in little packages,” and trees are no exception. To learn more about small trees that can provide shade for your property without having a detrimental effect on your lawn, contact us today!
Often, when people think of roses, they think of the traditional bouquet consisting of a dozen red roses, usually reserved for Valentine’s Day or another special occasion. Fortunately, we’re here to let you know that it is entirely possible, and affordable, to enjoy a variety of roses anytime you have a desire to add some color and fragrance to your life.
Chambersville Tree Farm prides itself on providing north central Texas with a range of unique, vibrant roses. In fact, with over 200 varieties in stock, you would be hard pressed to find a type we don’t have, or can’t obtain. At our discount prices, you can afford to add a new assortment to your garden every week, creating your very own outdoor oasis.
In line with our Texas pride, we offer one of the most well-known roses, The Yellow Rose of Texas! Although this song actually refers to a lovely lady, the love interest of a soldier in General Sam Houston’s brigade during the Battle of San Jacinto in 1836, the yellow rose has become a symbol of the Lone Star State. In fact, history states that a New York lawyer by the name of George Harison, who was also a rose enthusiast, crossed a “Persian Yellow” with a “Scotch Briar Rose,” and called his creation “Harison’s Yellow.” This Yellow Rose of Texas became known for its hardy nature, being resistant to disease, and thereby making it the perfect choice for settlers to bring west. They planted this beautiful flower at every stop along the way, and the Yellow Rose of Texas is now naturalized as far west as California.
Contact us for more information on our extensive selection of roses, or stop by for a tour of our Chambersville Heritage Rose Garden. Life is more beautiful in color.
You are a major fan of magnolias and you can’t wait to see your buds open up. Unfortunately, even in warm weather, they don’t seem to want to do that. Even worse, your neighbor’s buds have already opened and look beautiful. What is going on with your beautiful ornamental trees? Find out our Top Reasons Why Your Magnolia Is Having Trouble Budding.
Thrips May Be Out
Thrips are small pests that love feeding on flower buds, especially the magnolia. Look for these small green insects on your buds and treat them with a light dose of pesticide to get rid of them. Wait a few days and continue to apply pesticide, as needed, in order to control their population.
The Tree May Be Dead
A severe winter may actually have killed your magnolia or severely impacted its health. Check it regularly for signs of failure, including bark falling off or leaves and branches creaking when moved. A dead magnolia must be removed to keep you and your family safe.
Your Buds May Be Rotting
Sadly, in extremely cold weather, magnolia buds can actually die and start to rot. Obviously, if they are rotting, they aren’t going to open. Checking your magnolia buds for signs of rotting is simple. Look at the stem for signs that the buds are falling apart or that sections of the flower are falling off. All you can do in this situation is clip the buds and wait for their replacements to grow.
If your magnolia buds are refusing to open and you can’t figure out why, please contact us today. We can help you find a solution and restore your magnolia buds to good health.
Is it time for a yard makeover? Adding semi-mature decorative trees to your yard is a great option for adding instant curb appeal. Time is of the essence for most Texans so here’s a list of our top reasons to make over your yard with pre-grown decorative trees.
Give Your Property an Instant Upgrade
When planting tree seeds patience and proper tree care is a must. Trees take years to grow to a decent size, and you can be left with a pretty boring-looking yard in the meantime. With pre-grown trees, you can give your property an upgraded look right away. This is an especially good idea if you don’t have a mature property.
Healthy Tree Guarantee
There is no guarantee that the tree seed planted will grow healthy. Tree farms offer a wide variety of the same type of tree and you can see the condition of the tree before you add it to your yard. Having a tree that is already grown then planting into your yard will boost its chances of survival due to the care it has received.
Effortless Tree Care
Taking care of older trees can be a lot easier and lot more forgiving. Unless you have a lot of time or are passionate about gardening, you’ll probably be happy to go the easier route so that you don’t have to spend as much time tending to your seedling. Instead, you can simply prune your tree when it needs it and enjoy it the rest of the time.
If you are looking for beautiful, healthy pre-grown trees, contact us at Chambersville Tree Farm. We offer all sorts of decorative trees, so you’re sure to find a few that are perfect for your property.
Many people don’t think about tree health until strong winds, pests, or disease have noticeably damaged their trees. While it’s impossible to protect your yard from all possible risks to tree health, regularly checking your trees for common signs of poor health can often help you take care of your trees before they’re damaged beyond repair.
Your tree is physically injured during a storm.
Trees can easily become damaged during storms, which is why it’s important to check for any cracked or fallen branches after you’ve experienced any strong weather in your area. A damaged tree that is neglected can become a hazard if parts of the tree begin to decay and become structurally unstable.
You notice unfamiliar bark patterns, rot, leaf growths, or other signs of infestation.
In addition to blunt force injuries, many trees are damaged by pest infestations. There are many different types of insect that can cause damage to trees, including mites, moths, and beetles.
You notice decay or blight, or your tree’s leaves uncharacteristically change color.
Aside from deciduous trees losing their leaves in the fall, sudden changes in a tree’s appearance are often signs of a health problem. If your tree begins to drop is leaves, or you notice that the tree’s branches are beginning to rot and lose their bark, this is often a sign that the tree needs treatment.
Now that summer has arrived, many residents across our area are looking to get their home ready for family get-togethers and backyard barbecues. Along with keeping your grass trimmed, pressure washing driveways and sidewalks, and replacing that worn-out door mat that has so faithfully welcomed friends and visitors into your home, we would like to suggest a few other ways to make your outdoor living space perfect for hosting a gathering for your friends and family members.
What is a backyard barbecue without a shade tree? If your property suffers from a significant lack of shade, consider planting one strategically placed, quick-growing variety, such as a maple. Your guests will thank you for your thoughtfulness and be amazed at its change in size at their next visit!
Need to spruce up your deck before your annual cookout? Consider adding a small potted variety, such as a juniper, to your space. Many varieties can take the heat of summer and hold up well in dry conditions, making it the perfect addition to your deck or patio.
Giving overgrown bushes and shrubs a good trim is a great way to freshen up the look of your home before guests arrive, however, if this is a task that has been routinely neglected at your home, it may be easier to simply re-plant the bushes that make up your hedge and also decorate your yard. Or course, re-planting is more of an investment, however, instead of pruning and then waiting for new growth to appear, your curb appeal will be instantly improved as your hedge is transformed by new shrubs.
Whether you need advice on proper pruning techniques or are looking to buy the healthiest and most vibrant plants available, the folks at our McKinney tree farm are always happy to serve you.
To find the perfect plants and trees that will brighten up your property just in time for your summer get-togethers, contact us today!
There’s indisputably something romantic about crape myrtles. Throughout the summer, they become heavy with perfume and drenched in colors that rouse people’s passions. Then when autumn chases away the stifling heat, it’s the crape myrtles‘ leaves that give the trees a dramatic edge. Winter is for pruning and as for spring, it’s the time to plant them throughout Chambersville Tree Farm.
At Chambersville Tree Farm, we’re excited about the 20+ varieties of Crape Myrtles that we currently have in stock. They come in a parade of trendy and classic colors. Among them are burgundy, red, purple, pink and white chocolate. They are all extremely hardy and love the Texas weather. So find a place for them in spots where they’re most likely to experience sun, rain and mildly alkaline or acidic soil.
Just remember that like hydrangea and other southern staples, the soil’s pH level has a heavy hand in determining the Crape Myrtle’s coloring. Thus, to ensure that the blooms stay true to the colors commonly associated with each hybrid, be sure to check the soil. And please, allow each variety to have at least 15-inches of spread space. Otherwise as it matures, it may need to be trimmed sooner than later.
Speaking of pruning, our Crape Myrtle experts would be happy to discuss the best ways to shape the fast growing beauties. Of course there shouldn’t be any need to do that until much later in the year. For now, it’s important to get the root balls into the ground, watered and fertilized before bloom time. Again, the trees tend to do that in the summer months.
And as they bloom, remember to keep an eye out for common pests. Examples include aphids, black and powder molds. To learn more about getting Crepe Myrtles into the ground before most trees are expected to bloom, please contact us today.
When you decide to add more trees to your landscape, you should do it in a way that guarantees their longevity. Since each tree has its own specific needs, you’ll want to learn the basics that are required in order to ensure a long, healthy life for your trees.
Set Them Up for Optimal Growth and Longevity
With proper trimming, you can make sure that your trees continue to grow healthily, which is necessary for them to enjoy a long-lasting life. It is most important to get tree trimming services during the growth stage of trees, but you also want to maintain mature ones with routine trimming as well.
Feel Confident in the Services
When you decide to get tree trimming from professionals, you can feel confident that your trees are handled in the greatest manner possible. Also, if your trees have health-related problems, a professional will make sure to bring them up before they trim them.
Avoid Harming Your Trees
All it takes is a single mistake for a tree to start having long-term issues. After spending so much time nurturing a tree to bring it to adulthood, you do not want to experience this kind of predicament. Also, these professionals can give you any advice that you might want regarding the daily care of your trees.
Please contact us if you would like to learn more about our selection of trees and how we care for them.