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Dogwood Hills Tree Farm

Dogwood Hills Tree Farm Visit our website https://dogwoodhillstreefarm.com
ISA Certified Arborist on staff

Operating as usual

05/30/2022

As we set today aside to honor and thank our veterans, let us be mindful that we should do this every day of the year and not just one.

Photos from Bright Star Realty and Auctions's post
04/21/2022

Photos from Bright Star Realty and Auctions's post

Some of our crew had the opportunity to further their knowledge about arborculture at the ISA Indiana Arborist Associati...
01/27/2022

Some of our crew had the opportunity to further their knowledge about arborculture at the ISA Indiana Arborist Association conference in Indianapolis this week.

Thanks to the above average temps, our crews have still been busy installing trees! Give us a call for any last minute w...
01/03/2022

Thanks to the above average temps, our crews have still been busy installing trees! Give us a call for any last minute winter projects or to get on our spring schedule!

Merry Christmas from all of us at Dogwood Hills!
12/25/2021

Merry Christmas from all of us at Dogwood Hills!

11/28/2021

December- March the farm hours are by appointment only to come by the farm. Our office will still be open so we will answer calls and emails but we can not guarantee someone will be at the farm during these few months at all times. Please call ahead to make an appointment and one of our staff members would be happy to assist you.

Good luck at state! A special shout out to Micah, Jethro, Jackson, Ricky, and Jake who have been a part of the Dogwood H...
11/27/2021

Good luck at state! A special shout out to Micah, Jethro, Jackson, Ricky, and Jake who have been a part of the Dogwood Hills team!

Today is the day!!! Go Raiders!

Happy Thanksgiving to everyone! Today is a day We would like to recognize what all we are thankful for.Here at Dogwood H...
11/25/2021

Happy Thanksgiving to everyone! Today is a day We would like to recognize what all we are thankful for.

Here at Dogwood Hills Tree Farm we are thankful for God for blessing this company and giving everyone the health and strength to provide for our families.

We are thankful for our customers who have been patient with us while we work during the hectic Spring and Fall seasons.

We are thankful to be surrounded by a team of people that are reliable and dedicated to what they do.

And we are thankful for our families for understanding all of the time and dedication that we put in here at the farm during the busy seasons.

Our hope for you today is that you get a chance to pause and reflect on all the things in your life that you have to be thankful for.

Have you ever considered getting a live Christmas tree to have at your home? You can decorate it for Christmas inside th...
11/22/2021

Have you ever considered getting a live Christmas tree to have at your home? You can decorate it for Christmas inside then plant it outside and decorate it in the years to come. Let your tree live on for years as opposed to a few weeks.
These trees have a two tone appearance the top side is green and the bottom side offers a silvery blue.
4-5’ Serbian Spruce available at Dogwood Hills Tree Farm and at Interior Gardens starting tomorrow 11/23/21.

We just want to say Happy Thanksgiving to all of our customers and we hope you have a safe and wonderful holiday next we...
11/19/2021

We just want to say Happy Thanksgiving to all of our customers and we hope you have a safe and wonderful holiday next weekend.

11/01/2021

Planting trees is what we do best! The guys are hard at work on this cool crisp morning. Thank you again to all of our wonderful customers! Fall planting is in the works!

Please don’t let your water hose look like this! It has finally reached that point in the year where trees are starting ...
10/31/2021

Please don’t let your water hose look like this! It has finally reached that point in the year where trees are starting to go dormant,leaves are changing color, and they don’t require so much water. For those of you that have been watering as recommended it is ok to stop watering for the year and put that hose away! We will resume watering April 1st.

10/30/2021
Tree Highlight: Redpointe Red Maple (Acer rubrum’Frank Jr.’) At maturity this tree gets around 45’ tall and 30’ wide. It...
10/28/2021

Tree Highlight: Redpointe Red Maple (Acer rubrum’Frank Jr.’)
At maturity this tree gets around 45’ tall and 30’ wide. It offers a brilliant red fall color as you can see in the photos below. In the spring and summer the leaves are deep in color. The Redpointe Red Maple had a straight and dominant central leader that results in strong branch angles that make it easier to grow.
If you are interested in knowing more or even purchasing this shade tree give us a call or even stop on in!

It’s a beautiful week with beautiful weather for planting trees! Here is a sneak peak into one of our guys hard at work!
10/20/2021

It’s a beautiful week with beautiful weather for planting trees! Here is a sneak peak into one of our guys hard at work!

10/13/2021

It’s a beautiful fall morning here at the farm! Our guys are hard at work getting trees dug so they can go to their new forever homes!

Fall is finally here!! The leave are starting to change and we get to see all of the beautiful colors they have to share...
10/08/2021

Fall is finally here!! The leave are starting to change and we get to see all of the beautiful colors they have to share with us. Who else loves this time of year?

With the leaves changing colors and starting to drop here is a little inside on why some trees might start sooner than o...
10/04/2021

With the leaves changing colors and starting to drop here is a little inside on why some trees might start sooner than others.

Why are the leaves falling so early?

Trees can lose their leaves for a variety of reasons, but often when you see leaves beginning to turn brown during the late summer or early fall, it is due to environmental conditions. Leaves naturally begin shedding when cooler temperatures arrive.

When a tree has received too much or too little water leaves may begin dropping early. Disease can be another culprit for early leaf drop. However that can happen at any time not just too early in the season. There could be other factors such as root or soil disorders that may cause premature leaf drop. If the tree is dropping the newest leaves, which will be at the tips of the tree then there could be a sign that the tree is in serious problem.

Be sure to keep in mind trees naturally shed like your skin, so if you notice the leaves on the inside or lower parts of the tree are dropping early don’t worry that is normal. It can also be normal for trees to change color or drop leaves earlier in the season if they have recently been transplanted within the past year or 2, that is caused by normal stress on the tree and it usually grows out of it after a few years.

For more information/ assistance with treating please call Dogwood Hills Tree Farm

FYI: What is this berry you may ask, the Chinese Kousa Dogwoods fruit. It looks something like a strawberry, a pink socc...
10/01/2021

FYI: What is this berry you may ask, the Chinese Kousa Dogwoods fruit. It looks something like a strawberry, a pink soccer ball on a stick, or a sea urchin skeleton. Kousa Dogwood fruit is made up of 20-40 pinkish-orangish red fleshy carpels that are all fused together in a spherical arrangement atop a 3-4 inch long stem.

October 30th we will be hosting our fall auction. We will have a variety of species and sizes. Location will be Millersb...
09/27/2021

October 30th we will be hosting our fall auction. We will have a variety of species and sizes. Location will be Millersburg Feed, 503 Carriage Lane Millersburg, IN. We hope to see you there!

09/25/2021

‼️GIVEAWAY TIME‼️
Who doesn’t love a good give away, especially when it’s a new plant.

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Contest ends Friday, October 1st. We will pick the lucky winner later that day. Prize can be picked up in store. So enter now, it’ll go quick. 😊

BIG NEWS!! Dogwood Hills Tree Farm is opening a plant shop in Granger!  Interior Gardens not only sells top quality plan...
09/08/2021

BIG NEWS!! Dogwood Hills Tree Farm is opening a plant shop in Granger! Interior Gardens not only sells top quality plants for your home, but they also offer watering services, installation, pest control, pruning, and much more! Be sure to stop by and see what they are all about! Grand opening is Saturday September 11th!

FYI: Buck RubsWhat are buck rubs?  In early fall deer (bucks)  will scrape their antlers against trees to remove velvet ...
09/01/2021

FYI: Buck Rubs

What are buck rubs?
In early fall deer (bucks) will scrape their antlers against trees to remove velvet from their antlers. During mating season which lasts through the fall they also rub trees to mark their territory. This can result in broken branches and/or torn tree bark.

How to prevent:
Deer are notorious for staying local so if you have damage from them before chances are you will continue to have damage from them.
You can surround your trees with fencing or mesh sleeves to prevent the deer from being able to get close to the trunk of the tree or even branches. There are sprays that you can use as well to repel deer and other animals.

For more information or even help with prevention call Dogwood Hills Tree Farm. We offer services to place the guards around the trees or to purchase the guards for you to place yourself.

Our crews have been busy trimming & removing trees! Here are before & after pictures of some recent projects.
08/10/2021

Our crews have been busy trimming & removing trees! Here are before & after pictures of some recent projects.

FYI: White Pine WeevilWhat is it?  Answer: An insect that feeds on the top leader of Pines, Spruces, and some Firs. When...
07/29/2021

FYI: White Pine Weevil

What is it?
Answer: An insect that feeds on the top leader of Pines, Spruces, and some Firs.

When do they effect the tree?
Answer: mid-March through late July.

How to treat?
Answer: If caught early enough (before they lay eggs) you can usually spray a long-residual, contact pyrethroid insecticide, such as bifenthrin products at the beginning of activity. Once egg laying has started the insecticide cannot be fully effected because they are already feeding on the protected sites under the bark, therefor you will have to cut the leader down to where it is green and destroy all remnants of clippings and droppings to ensure all insects are disposed of.
The leader needs to be cut back past all signs of internal feeding to repair the leader. The piece on the right clearly shows the reddish frass indicating that the stem has to be cut back further. The cut stem on the left appears clean of damage (and larvae). Larvae remaining in the stem can kill back the side shoot that is repositioned to take the place of the damaged leader.

For more information or help with treating contact Dogwood Hills Tree Farm

Tree of the week: Dawn RedwoodAt maturity this tree can get to 70’ high by 25’ wide. It is a fast growing tree and requi...
07/14/2021

Tree of the week: Dawn Redwood

At maturity this tree can get to 70’ high by 25’ wide. It is a fast growing tree and requires low maintenance. They do prefer full sun,at least 6 hours a day. Dawn Redwoods do grow in a pyramidal shape so it is an eye catcher for the uniqueness with its shape. In the fall it’s leaves will turn a rusty orange color.

From now until August 31st we are running a sale on these trees that are between 5-7” in diameter, of 30% off. Call now to reserve yours for planting this fall (574)825-3363

Friendly reminder to water your trees! They are alive and need proper care to thrive! You should water 1 time a week for...
07/12/2021

Friendly reminder to water your trees! They are alive and need proper care to thrive!
You should water 1 time a week for the first year, for trees that are ball and burlap they need about 25 gallons so leave the soaker hose on them for about an hour to an hour and a half, for truck spaded trees they will need about 50 gallons, let the hose run for 2-2.5 hours.
Second year trees get watered bi-weekly, with the same water amount requirements.
Watering should start April 1st- October 31st.

Now is a perfect time to buy some trees to have planted this fall! Come check out our selection before they are gone.
07/07/2021

Now is a perfect time to buy some trees to have planted this fall! Come check out our selection before they are gone.

07/02/2021
06/12/2021

Looking for ways to improve your landscape this summer? Call us to schedule a quote for tree and shrub trimming/shaping/removal, stump grinding, and miscellaneous other landscape projects! Also stay tuned for our summer tree sale beginning in July!

Address

53899 County Road 39
Middlebury, IN
46540-9691

Opening Hours

Monday 8am - 5pm
Tuesday 8am - 5pm
Wednesday 8am - 5pm
Thursday 8am - 5pm
Friday 8am - 5pm
Saturday 9am - 3pm

Telephone

5748253363

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Can you please tell me if these leaves, seed pods & seeds are from a dogwood? The tree gets beautiful pink flowers in the spring.