We’re having a sale on all our trees this weekend. Take a tree home with you and we’ll give you 20% off. We do offer planting on all our trees but the normal discounts apply when having them planted (2 trees and its 20% tree and 20% planting, 3 Tree and receive 20% off trees and 20% off planting)
We have a great selection so come out this weekend. Sale goes through Thursday the 25th through May 29th.
This could be our new favorite plant. Deutzia Yuki Cherry Blossom is the perfect little plant that stays small and blooms its heart out every spring. It gets 12-24″ tall and just as wide. The pictures below were taken on the first day of May. Only 20 left at the time of this post
We used to grow our own Boston Ferns here at Country Arbors and then Julie found a place in Florida that is fantastic. A grower that does an amazing job with Boston Ferns and other tropical plants, and they deliver right to our door. So now our Boston Ferns are bigger, nicer, and cheaper. Something that doesn’t happen very often. And this isn’t a sale price. It is the regular price. We have about 50 left but they are selling quickly.
That same Florida supplier also had hundreds of other varieties of tropical plants so make sure to see our great new selection of Cordyline, Crocus, Elephant ears and many more.
Live in Champaign Urbana and wonder where the topsoil went? If you have terrible soil or can’t get down to plant why not bring the garden to you? A raised bed is the perfect way to make gardening easier. Once it’s built, you now have perfect soil and a garden all at waist level.
But where do you get the soil to put in it? Country Arbors of course. Our black soil is screened with beautiful texture and no clumps. Our soil was taken from the new Birkey’s location and is good, black, Illinois topsoil. You have a choice of two types of compost. One is mushroom compost. Compost taken from a mushroom factory combines with aged cow manure and peat moss to make the perfect blend. The other product is pure vegetable waste. Made from the leftover food waste of pumpkins, lettuce, and various fruits and vegetables. Then screened for a nice consistency.
Our soil is less expensive than the recycling center and our compost isn’t made of random collections of waste from around town. I want to know the exact source of materials I put in the garden when growing products that I am going to eat.
Our planting blend is 1/3 compost and 2/3 black topsoil. It is $35 per yard. We have pickup 7 days a week and also offer delivery for a fee. If you have some new beds or are just toping off old one, stop by or schedule delivery today.