Twin Lakes Nursery, Ltd. specializes in a large variety of specimen, container grown trees. Sizes range from 45 gallon Accelerator plastic containers up to 96 inch wooden boxes. While, plastic containers are used for the smaller varieties, wooden boxes are utilized for many of the large size trees. Compared to traditional smooth walled plastic containers, wooden boxes are natural, simpler to handle, have improved rooting and make the planting process easier for the customer.
Another key component of the Twin Lakes Nursery, Ltd. product is the planting mix used for the trees. This mix allows the customer to have better moisture retention than the traditional porous bark mulch mix. Less staking is required on job sites due to greater stability provided. It is also very compatible when planting in most soils compared to other bark mulch mixes. Our growing methods produce uniformity and excellent quality for our customers.
Crape Myrtles are very popular in the South. They bloom in summer months beautiful flowers. Flowers range from deep red, pink, lavender, and white. They have a nice bark that sheds and leaves it shiny and smooth.
Elm trees are very hardy trees. They can grow upward of 80' and spread 40'. They survive in drought soil and wet soil. Their trunk grows upright and their leaves are stager on the branch.
Hollies are beautiful evergreen tree that makes a wonderful screening or hedge. You can also plant them by themselves to make an ornamental tree. Hollies have rich dark green leaves and produce red berries in the winter months.
Pistachio trees are wonderful shade trees. They grown up to 60' with a 30' spread. The adapt very well and grow at a medium rate. Their bright green leaves and light brown bark make them a nice tree to have.
Wax Myrtles are a nice ornamental, multi-trunk tree the makes an excellent screen. They produce gray fruits in clusters that make a rich bayberry candle odor in the spring. They grow 20'-30' with a 15'-20' spread.