Shrubs

Shrubs

Did you know that shrubs and trees are considered 

permanent additions to your yard and therefore qualify for the

Government Home Improvement/Renovation Tax Credit?

 

For more information, click on the link below:

https://www.saskatchewan.ca/residents/taxes-and-investments/tax-credits/home-renovation-tax-credit

 

The plant must be removed from the container and planted with roots intact.  If there is danger of the earth falling away from the roots, carefully cut the pot away.  If the roots have spiraled in the container, pull them apart slightly before planting.

Almond

Azalea

Azaleas bloom earlier than most shrubs with trumpet-shaped flowers.  Fertilize monthly with 30-10-10.  Azaleas need little pruning, but, if needed do so after the plants has finished flowering.  Plant in a protected site and mulch well for winter.

Barberry

Boxwood

Burning Bush

Caragana

Cherry

Coral Berry

Cranberry

Dogwood

Elder

Forsythia

Winterberry Holly

Honeysuckle

Hydrangea

Lilac

Maple

Mockorange

Nannyberry

Ninebark

Plum

Potentilla

Rhododendron

Smokebush

Spirea

Sumac

Wayfaring

Weigela

Willow

Vines

Hedging

Determining how many plants needed for a hedge with 18″ spacing:

Measure the length of the area and divide by 3.  Multiply this number by 2 .

(Example: 30′ long /3  = 10 x 2 = 20 plants)

Dig a hole twice the size of the pot.  Follow the instructions for planting shrubs.