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Once you have selected and purchased a tree from Rockwood Forest Nurseries, the most critical aspect is the planting of the tree. This is to ensure the tree thrives in its new environment. If you decide to plant the tree yourself, it is recommended to follow Landscape Ontario’s Tree Planting Guide.
You may decide to have a tree planted by a professional arborist or tree planter. Rockwood Forest Nurseries can provide a list of local contractors who have been recommended as safe, reliable and experienced. Many of these professionals can also remove a tree for you, or re-plant a tree if you are required to do so.
Do you have questions about your garden? Do you need help or is your tree, evergreen shurubs, perennials and annuals not performing well?
Ask our Tree and Plant Whisperer.
Email us a picture and we will provide you with a response from our network of professionals.
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Do you need a low maintenance garden for your cottage, or do you want to create a new garden for your home or corporate office? Rockwood Forest Nurseries has partnered with a select group of residential and commercial landscapers and design architects who can provide you with a solution and magical garden ideas. Contact us via email to get started with a landscape garden design.
Rockwood Forest Nurseries offers a new service where our team can come to your farm or landscaping business and perform bag filling services, contact Rockwood Forest Nurseries.
The type of soil your cottage, home or corporate project has can significantly impact the growth of your garden. Rockwood Forest Nurseries has partnered with the University of Guelph to have your soils tested to determine, prior to purchasing your trees or plants, key characteristics of your soil so we can ensure your garden is set up for success!
Rockwood Forest Nurseries has a variety of environmentally friendly transplanter and fertilizers which will ensure your garden is a success!
Contact via email if you wish to have your soil tested
For your garden to achieve maximum success, it is important to know the hardiness of your area and to select plants which will perform well. Click Landscape Ontario to know your hardiness zone.