Miniature ‘Orange’ with Year Round BloomsCalamondin oranges are little tricksters. They look like oranges, just smaller versions. They smell like oranges when they are in bloom. They juice like oranges when they are sliced. But all that enticing ‘orangeness’ gets tossed out the window when you taste one. The taste is much closer to a sour lime than a sweet orange!Calamondin fruit is most often used in cooking to take the place of lemon or lime. These are a great substitute for anything you would use a sour citrus for – fish, chicken, iced tea, Asian cuisine, baking, etc. In Florida in the 50’s Calamondin Orange trees were all the rage for the home landscape. You would often see stands selling a sweet lemonade-like drink made with Calamondin instead of lemons. They make a great marmalade, too.These trees have a nice shape which makes them standouts in the landscape or in the container. They are often used in ornamental bonsai. They can have flowers and fruit at the same time, so they make great specimens for greenhouse or indoor culture. When the trees are in bloom they will perfume your entire house.Nature Hills ships out large, established trees that are a minimum of three years old, have extensive branching and some of the largest root systems available. The sooner that you order, the sooner you can be enjoying the conversation-starting fruit from these beautiful trees.* Small, round sweet/sour fruit* Very cold-hardy* Great in containers* Great for cooking and juicing.
Dwarf Peach with Delicious FruitHoney Babe Peach is a dwarf, peach variety that produces succulent peaches mid-July. Plant a few in a sunny location where you have slightly acidic soil, perhaps on a slope with a sandy loam or in a side yard where you can watch your harvest ripen. Honey Babe is even great to grow in a container for its first year or two, so can be a delightful conversation-starter on your patio or front porch.Imagine delicate, spring flowers on a dwarf tree that provides you a delicious harvest in its first year…and you’ll be thinking of a Honey Babe! Reaching only 6-8 feet at maturity, and requiring only light pruning, your Honey Babe Peach is practically care-free. You won’t even need a ladder to sample your delectable fruit each July. It’s the perfect choice if you love peaches but don’t have a lot of space, or much time to spend growing them. Your Honey Babe Peach Tree produces a medium to large peach that is a beauty to behold as it dangles amid the lush, vibrant green foliage. Possessing a deep red blush over a yellow background, your Honey Babe is a masterpiece of peach perfection. One taste of this superb peach, fresh from the limb, is sure to lure you again and again to its succulent, sweet flavor. Firm and freestone, this peach’s excellent yellow-orange flesh is perfect, not just for eating still warm from the sun’s rays, but also for use in a variety of culinary delights. A little light pruning in summer and winter will help ensure an outstanding harvest, and although self-fertile, planting it alongside Nector Babe will further enhance your summer yield.Honey Babe Peach is a genetically dwarf tree that will grow into a wide ornamental bush without pruning. Its lively, pink blossoms will be a delightful addition to your spring yard long before it graces you with its delectable harvest. * Delicious, freestone fruit * Dwarf * Self-fertile.
Dwarf Lime with Delicious FruitKaffir Lime, Citrus hystrix ‘Kaffir’, is a dwarf, fruit tree that produces highly prized citrus fruit. It thrives in potted environments, so would do well on your front porch or patio. The Kaffir Lime is also know as Kieffer Lime. Bring your tree indoors near a sunny window, and its intoxicating citrus scent will brighten your home during cold winter days.As a patio plant or indoor houseplant, your Kaffir Lime is sure to bring a taste of the tropics to your home. Your Kaffir Lime is a lovely little tree, with double-lobed, dark green leaves that catch the sun with their glossy sheen. The small, green limes produced by your Kaffir have a bumpy exterior, an attractive addition to an already exotic appearance. Kaffir Lime is certainly a beautiful tree, but it is most sought-after for the exceptional fruit it produces. Both the leaves and fruit are highly aromatic with the lime itself possessing a fresh, tangy taste that is often said to be a one-of-a-kind lime flavor. The fruit, leaves, zest, and juice are critical to a variety of culinary dishes, including Thai, Cambodian, and Indonesian cooking. Even the leaves are an essential ingredient for flavoring many dishes, and parts of the Kaffir are sometimes used for medicinal and insecticidal purposes. Kaffir Lime will grow 7-10 feet in height, but can be easily pruned to 5 feet. It can be grown outdoors year-round in zones 9-10, but is best suited for indoors. It prefers a sunny window and moist soil. You Get Large, Well Established TreesBuying a Kaffir from us ensures that your tree will be a minimum of three years old, have extensive branching and some of the largest root systems available. We take pride in delivering you the highest quality citrus trees with healthy roots and full, well-established stems and foliage. Kaffir Lime trees are a popular item. Order now before they sell out and enjoy the benefits of growing your own citrus fruit.* Grows Well in Containers Indoors * Aromatic features * Dwarf citrus tree.
Delicious Peach that Fits into Small SpacesGarden Gold Peach Tree is a dwarf variety that produces wonderful fruit in August. Plant one near an entrance or perennial bed as a delicious accent. You can also use one in a container on your patio as its dwarf nature makes it perfect for pots and small spaces.Pink blossoms appear in spring on your Garden Gold, a lovely welcome to the warm season, and a hearty lure to pollinators. August brings yellow/orange foliage, a spicy accent for your yard as other plants fade. In between spring and fall, the true magic begins. As your flowers slowly transition from flowers to fruit, you’ll notice tiny, golden balls hanging amid the branches. Soon those tiny balls will grow into large, golden peaches, ready to be sampled right off the tree, still warm from the sun’s rays. Freestone, with lovely yellow flesh and a delectable sweet flavor, your Garden Gold Peaches will be a late summer treat you’ll come to eagerly anticipate every year.Garden Gold Peach Tree will grow to about 6 feet in height. It blooms later than most, so will be less prone to frost damage than other varieties. Garden Gold adapts to a variety of soils (even some poor ones), and doesn’t even need a pollinator. It’s generally a vigorous grower that demands little attention.If seeking a peach tree to grace your yard, you can’t really go wrong with Garden Gold. Small enough to fit into almost any space, it’s an easy tree to try.* Outstanding fruit * Spring flowers * Fall color * Vigorous growth * Self-fruitful * Wildlife interest * Adaptable to a variety of soils * Great for containers.
Pick sweet fresh figs twice a year.The Violette de Bordeaux Fig (Ficus carica) is also known as the Negronne Fig. One of the biggest bonuses of this very heavy fruiter is that it can give you two crops of juicy figs a year.It has an irresistible fragrance and a fantastic sweet, rich flavor. It produces small to medium purple-black fruit with the darkest red flesh of any fig. Some consider this to be the finest tasting fig.The Violet de Bordeaux is a natural dwarf tree that grows 6-10 feet tall. Its size makes it perfect as an accent tree for a small space. It would also be beautiful on a patio or deck.You and your family will love the Violette de Bordeaux as this small tree has endless possibilities. Eat fresh picked right off the tree or spread ripe fruit on toast for a fast healthy breakfast. Some say it tastes like the best jam they have ever had.For a mouth watering dinner impress your friends and family by wrapping fish in fig leaves instead of foil for cooking. This will keep the fish juicy and give it a delicious coconut flavor. We take pride in delivering you the highest quality trees. Our family of fig tree growers has been in business since 1938. This means you get superior trees that have been grown and selected from almost 75 years of experience.Order your Violette de Bordeaux Fig tree soon. This low maintenance, hardy variety will not last long.* Self Fruiting* Low maintenance and hardy* Deer and Pest resistant.
Perfect Shrub When Slower is Better! It was a simpler time. People traveled by horse and carriage, not ‘light rail’. They wrote letters expressing their love and waited weeks for the answers to return, not by tweeting and waiting 3 seconds for the response. There was no ‘fast food’. Dinner took hours. You actually wore ‘dinner apparel”. If you were lucky, you spent summer afternoons reading in the garden or trying to find your way through the hedge maze on the manor grounds.Ah, the hedge maze! A storied European tradition. You’ve seen them on TV shows and in movies and in travel magazines and have always wondered what they were made of. Just what are those hedges that grow so lush and thick and tall?Hornbeam. They are made of rows and rows of hornbeam trees planted closely and sheared religiously. It took years of care by garden masters and landscape architects to achieve maze perfection.Our guess is that you probably don’t have the space for a massive hedge-maze in your garden. That’s ok. We don’t either. But we know that you have room for Dwarf Monument Hornbeam (Carpinus betulus ‘Monument’ Dwarf Hornbeam). This is the first natural dwarf Hornbeam in the market. The dense foliage grows is an upright pyramid form and is lush green all summer turning butter-yellow in the fall.Dwarf Monument Hornbeam will definitely remind you to slow down. It takes a decade or more for it to grow just 3 or 4 feet! At maturity it is only 8’ tall and 4’ wide. Plant it where your grandchildren will enjoy it.Content in any well-drained soil and full sun, this is one of the easiest trees you will ever grow.Slow down and enjoy Dwarf Monument Hornbeam in your garden. Order from us today!* Perfect for small gardens * Great summer foliage * Beautiful fall color * Slow growing .
Ornamental Fruit Bearing TreeThe Bearss Lime is an ornamental, fruit bearing tree. One would look charming as a small specimen tree in a sunny spot of your yard, or use one as a patio plant to move indoors in colder weather.Your Bearss Lime tree is an evergreen, dwarf variety growing about 10 feet tall, with an equal spread. Its deep green foliage is a perfect accent for the fragrant, white flowers that will grace your branches in the spring. That foliage is also a beautiful backdrop for the fruit as the bright green rind attains a gentle yellow blush at maturity.Your tree is a fast grower and will easily adapt to whatever shape you chose for it with some gentle pruning. It has a dense, rounded crown and its evergreen nature will present a handsome silhouette for your landscape year round.The most impressive feature of your Bearss Lime is of course the fruit it produces. The Bearss Lime is high-producing tree, with the heaviest production during winter and early spring (in warmer regions).Its limes have a smooth rind with green, juicy flesh. They have a long shelf life and are prized for their uses in a large variety of drinks and culinary dishes. Some people even use the leaves for culinary and decorative purposes as well.The Bearss Lime tree is perfect choice for an indoor/outdoor lime tree with high production and excellent fruit.You Get large, Well Established Trees!These trees are a minimum three years old, have extensive branching and some of the largest root systems available. We take pride in delivering you the highest quality citrus trees with healthy roots and full, well-established stems and foliage. Grow Them Anywhere!If you live in a colder climate, simply plant them in a container. Bring your tree indoors near a sunny window, and let the intoxicating citrus scent brighten your home during cold winter days.* Produces All Year* Green with Yellow Highlights Mature Fruit* Fragrant flowers.
A Small Fruit with Big FlavorThe Nagami Kumquat is a small, fruit-bearing evergreen tree. Plant one near your house so you don’t miss a moment of its lovely flowers or striking fruit. They also do well as a container planting so they can easily be moved indoors in inclement weather.Your Nagami Kumquat is perhaps the most popular Kumquat variety grown in the United States, and its outstanding feature is of course the fruit itself. There’s nothing that tastes quite like it. The oval, orange-colored fruit is about an inch in diameter and commonly eaten whole. Biting into the Kumquat, the sweet citrus flavor of the peel is sure to delight your senses, but is nothing compared to the tart explosion of flavor that follows when your taste buds encounter the juicy interior. Candied, cooked, canned or eaten whole, Kumquats are a tasty, not-to-be-missed treat in any form!Your Nagami Kumquat is a dwarf, growing to about 10 feet tall with a shrub-like appearance but quite similar to an orange tree. This Nagami is somewhat frost hardy, able to survive some cold temperatures for short periods of time. If you live in a colder climate, simply plant them in a container. Bring your tree indoors near a sunny window, and let the intoxicating citrus scent brighten your home during cold winter days.The 5-peteled, white flowers that appear in the spring have a rich, waxy appearance and are delightfully fragrant. You can depend on their charming allure to draw pollinators to your yard. The 3-inch, deep green oval leaves provide a vibrant, healthy appearance to your tree year-round, even when not in bloom or fruit.Kumquates are low in calories but a rich source of anti-oxidants, minerals, vitamins and fiber. Growing your own Kumquat, especially on a plant that is both adaptable and lovely, is an obvious choice over the usual fruit-bearing trees commonly available for your yard.* Delicious fruit* Evergreen* Spring flowers* Prolific producer .
Sweet, Juicy White GrapefruitThe Oro Blanco Grapefruit is a popular, nearly seedless, grapefruit hybrid. It is thick skinned with white flesh. The fruit is produced from huge fragrant blossoms and large glossy-green foliage. As with many white fruits, the Oro Blanco’s flesh is sweet and lacks any of the typical bitterness of a grapefruit. Oro Blanco is Spanish for “white gold” and is a vigorous, spreading tree with a fantastic tasting grapefruit. Store at room temperature for up to 2 weeks, in the refrigerator for up to a month. Dwarf citrus trees can be successfully grown in containers throughout the United States. Plant it in a large enough pot to allow for a few years of growth, so that you are not repotting every spring. Citrus do not need to be pruned, but you could prune them if they get too big and in the way.* Fragrant Blooms * Nearly Seedless Fruit* Sweet Flavor* Grow them indoors & out .
The Only Tree Form of This Rare Blue WisteriaSometimes the big words get over used: AMAZING, SUPERIOR, GORGEOUS, ONE-OF-A-KIND, ORIGINAL, BEST-SELLER. You know what we mean.But this time, they are true! The ORIGINAL Blue Chinese Wisteria Tree is Nature Hill’s best-selling plant. Ours are only grown by one nursery in America and Nature Hills has exclusive rights to this gorgeous tree. We have started seeing other wisteria trees for sale online, and you might see them too, but know that only Nature Hills sells this original superior beauty online nationwide.These are amazing tree forms of the popular wisteria vines that grow almost anywhere in the country. In spring and early summer they explode in long streams of sweet-smelling flowers that can range from sky blue to rich lavender. By autumn the flowers have transformed into 6 inch long velvet seed pods that add truly unique texture to your fall and winter landscape.These small trees are fast growing (up to 15 feet if you let them!), disease resistant, highly drought tolerant and thrive in sun or light shade. Ours usually bloom the first year they’re planted, but by year three there is no stopping them. Put them in large pots or in beds by your entryway, but make sure you put them where they will be seen! They are truly showstoppers. Be ready for the questions and the praise.If you want to be confident that you are getting healthy, true-to-its-lineage, solid rootstock when you buy online, then you should only buy from us. Order yours with confidence today!* Our BEST-SELLING plant* SPECTACULAR flowers* AMAZING disease resistance and drought toleranceBlue Chinese Wisteria Tree PruningBi-yearly pruning is the best method of producing nice short flowering stems that will produce nice amounts of bloom within the crown of your tree form Blue Chinese Wisteria. In summer time (July or August) you will have noticed that many large shoots have developed shooting out in all directions. Prune back these shoots back to the point where you are leaving about 5 leaves on that stem on the new growth it produced just this year. Now in late winter or very early spring before any new growth begins, go back to that same shoot that you left the 5 leaves on the plant last summer and shorten it up now leaving 2 or 3 buds from which it will grow this coming spring. Here is a really simple video showing the two pruning methods described above from the Royal Horticultural Society showing the correct procedure: https://www.rhs.org.uk/advice/profile?pid=242.