Architectural Trees

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Architectural Trees
Architectural Trees is listed in the Garden Centers category in Bahama, North Carolina. Displayed below is the only current social network for Architectural Trees which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Architectural Trees on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 59.

Contact information for Architectural Trees is:
6404 Amed Rd
Bahama, NC 27503
(919) 620-0779
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We will be opening Wednesday, Sept 14 from 9 until 4pm, and then every Wednesday through Saturday. The owner, John Monroe will be working towards semi-retirement and has decided to sell all of his current stock ( including a new shipment just coming in) at 50% off, essentially offering the nursery stock at a close to wholesale price. There is no need to rush, as this 'sale' will continue all fall, and as plants sell, more from the production areas will be brought out. Plants from 1 gal size up to 150 gal size are available. We ask that you remove the plants within 10 days of purchase. Cash, check or MC/Visa ( credit card are subject to a 3% surcharge). A new crop line is planned for the future, and the U-Pick blueberry operation will continue. More information about these changes can be found at the website :www.archtrees.com - click on the 'newsletter.
Specialty nursery offering a wide variety of unusual trees: weeping, narrow upright, contorted forms, dwarf habit, and with interesting leaf color or shape.

We are open for U-Pick 'Chem-free' blueberries on Wednesdays(8am til noon) and Saturdays (8am til 2pm) through the month of July. Despite the freeze, there are plenty of berries for people to pick. We provide picking buckets and have a food safety program in place. Our bushes have NEVER been sprayed with insecticide and we no longer use Round-up between the bushes, instead using mulch and weed-eating.