Red Maples are one of the most colorful trees in autumn, ranging from bright pale yellow, to orange, brilliant scarlet, or maroon! See an array of festive fall shades at Pretty Trees Nursery!
Red Maples have started turning bright red for the fall!
Some early bloomers are popping up around Pretty Trees Nursery mid-October.
Shi Shi Camellias have fall flowering blooms that last throughout the winter.
Savannah Holly berries
Savannah Hollies are getting festive with bountiful, red berries!
Nuttall Oaks are also called Red Oaks, Red River Oaks, and Pin Oaks. The leaves are green with a pale underside, except in the fall when the leaves turn rich red!
Nuttall Oak trees can be tolerate a variety of solil conditions, including clay, loamy and sandy soils. They prefer acidic and well-drained soils, but Nuttall Oaks can tolerate extended periods of flooding and are moderately drought tolerant.
Camellia Sasanqua Bloom
Fall blooming Camellia Sasanquas have beautiful pink blossoms that contrast with their dark, glossy leaves.
Knockout Rose Bloom
Knockout Roses are still blooming, and will continue to have their bright colorful roses until frost.
Snow on Mountain bee
The bee's loving the Snow on Mountain Camellias!
Snow on Mountain
White Snow on Mountain Camellias are fluffy, white evergreens. The camellias bloom through fall and winter!
The rainy weather can't hide the beauty of the Professor Sargent Camellia! Beautiful red peony flowers of the evergreen shrub bring brightness to landscapes before spring arrives.
Nellie R. Stevens
Following small, white flowers from the spring, bunches of scarlet berries color the Nellie R. Stevens Holly. These evergreens maintain their thick glossy, green foliage with little maintenance.
Nellie R. Stevens
Nellie R. Stevens are fast growing hollies with a natural pyramidal shape. The leaves are spiny, dark green, and stay bountiful year round.
Cleveland Pear Trees are sturdy, symmetrical oval-shaped landscape trees that bloom pure white flowers in the early spring. The green foliage turns a lovely red in the fall.
Cotton Candy Camellia Sasanquas flower in the fall, but with mild winters in Louisiana, these evergreen shrubs still have their semi-double pink, ruffled blooms!
Lil Gem Magnolia
Lil Gem Magnolias have smaller leaves than other Southern Magnolias like the D.D. Blanchard.
Savannah Holly Berries
Savannah Hollies have clusters of red festive berries by the branches! Adding an evergreen, such as this holly, keeps the landscape green year round.
Giant Green Arborvitaes are vigorous growing hybrid arborvitaes. With a natural pyramidal shape and dense, rich green foliage that has a fernlike texture, these Green Arborvitaes make excellent holiday trees!