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Preferred Pricing Availability 2016
Every year we plant a new set of liners to replenish our crops for future availability. Sometimes we need to clear a few rows to make room for the new material. This year we are offering the plants at preferred pricing , hoping to benefit everyone. You get a preferred price, we clear our rows!
Fall Newsletter 2015
Fall Digging for Spring Shipping, Double Impact Viburnum, & Pruning Tips: "It has long been a tradition of field production growers to dig material ordered for spring in the fall. The root balls are 'healed in' with an appropriate material and held until it's time to ship them the next spring. This strategy has been implemented for a variety of reasons. Probably most importantly...
We've gathered flowering times to create this 'Bloom Calendar'. It lists flowering times in chronological order, by month.
These flyers were created with the idea to help viewers identify cultivars of our most popular material. If interested we can mail you printed copies.
Summer Newsletter 2015
Are You A Negligent Employer?, Underutilized Plant Material, Sectional Boxwood.
Pictures from the field: June-July 2015
June brought us Hydrangea paniculata and July was full of color thanks to our Hibiscus syriacus. Like our Facebook page to follow how the plants look throughout the year.
Spring Newsletter 2015
The History of Waverly Farm, Bloom Calendar, Waverly's Spring Favorite: Syringa.
Winter Newsletter 2015
Why we heat our Greenhouses with Compost, Understanding Boxwood Bronzing, Evergreen Winter Containers, and Cedrus deodara.
Fall Newsletter 2014
Landscaping and Plant Trends:choosing plants wisely, an interview; Driving Down Irrigation Costs; and Waverly Fall Favorites
Innovative Production Methods
We take our tag line 'Crafting Quality Plants Since 1990' very seriously. Since 1990 Waverly Farm has been a leader in innovation in our industry, continuously practicing the leading production methods. To deliver on our promise of top-rate material, Waverly Farm is constantly striving to practice advanced production methods and to use the best technology available to us in order to produce the highest quality material. And it all begins with the soil.
Plant removal from the field can be labor and machine intensive followed by additional expense to burn or grind. The forestry mower allows us to dispose of above ground plant parts in the field. Roots still have to removed and disposed of but with significantly reduced volume and labor/equipment expense.