March 24th & 25th Tree and Evergreen Clearance Sale

40% TO 80% OFF!


Many varieties of Evergreens to choose from…Azaleas, Blue Spruce, Andromeda, Rhododendrons, Holly, Taxus, Hemlock, Juniper…and many more…too many to list!

Sale starts 8AM, Saturday, March 24th  & 9AM Sunday, March 25th, 2018.

Come Saturday for best selection! Guided parking begins Saturday at 7:30am.

Believe it or not even with snow on the ground it is a great time to plant. The ground is wet and warm from our late winter record heat and snow actually insulates the ground. Even if your yard is still snow covered shrubs can be stored on the north side of the house and planted as soon as the ground is clear.


Don’t forget to pick up some Holly-Tone organic fertilizer and fertilize as soon as you can after clearing out last falls debris from the flower beds. 

Planting in the Snow

Even with snow on the ground it is a good time to plant northern New Jersey. Thanks to the warm weather we had in February and early March the ground is barely frozen. Despite our recent cold, the snow actually provides insulation and keeps the cold from getting down far into the ground. Adding to the warm ground, growing  roots actually create heat.

When planting in general but especially this time of year fertilization is key. For North Jersey Eisele’s usually recommends Espoma Holly-tone® with natural organics which break down slowly for steady, continuous feeding and contains Bio-tone® microbes which adds organic matter to soil. Fertilize as soon as ground is clear and the fall’s debris has been cleared away.

All of your plants should be fertilized in the Spring (and Fall).