Spring will be here before we know it! Prepare your garden to receive pollinators and watch your blooms come alive. We'd like to share a handy infographic full of suggestions on making the most of your pollinator-garden. 


Plant a Pollinator-Friendly Garden #infographicYou can also find more infographics at Visualistan


Ready to shop for your plants? Visit Trent Hill Farm & Nursery for all of your container shrub, tree, perennial and native needs! 

Winter Berries add both seasonal interest and fruit for wildlife!


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We carry a variety of shrubs and trees that produce valuable fruit for wildlife in the Winter. 

Small Shrubs and Groundcover options with Berries:


 Understory Trees and Large Shrubs:


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Already have Winterberry Hollies in your landscape and notice a decrease in the profusion of berries? These hollies need a Male counterpart to produce. If there aren't enough Male pollinating plants in the area, or if they are too far away, your Female plants will be affected. Some hollies can even benefit from a nearby Early or Late blooming Male pollinator! Check out this handy guide to Winterberry pollination for more information about bloom time and recommended pollinators.

This year we will be carrying the following varieties of Male verticilata hollies:

Trent Hill is ready for a long winter. Our team has been diligently packing the hoop houses and placing liner orders for the busy 2017 Spring season. Our houses are covered just in time for the expected weather! Stay tuned for our new Spring 2017 plant announcements.

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Trent Hill Farm & Nursery
24 Nutwell Road
Lothian, MD 20711
410-956-1344 Office | info@trenthillnursery.com | www.trenthillnursery.com 
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Liner deliveries have already begun arriving and we expect to bring in new material through May this season. Of course, the weather will play a major factor as to when things get rolling. Fields will be sub-soiled and tilled prior to planting, a job that cannot be performed in wet conditions. Digging of existing stock will happen as close to the same time that liner delivery is expected. It will be a busy season as more product than ever is available for sale to persons in the trade. Sales are expected to increase based on these numbers and the quality of our product, which is becoming recognized by our customers. The spring season promises to be the best yet for Trent Hill Farm & Nursery.

Questions? Email info@trenthillnursery.com

The nursery is pretty incredible this time of year with all the different shades of flowering plant material. The Cherry trees are the first ones to pop (followed closely by the Pear) and while it is not quite the scene in DC, approaching the farm by Route 2 south is truly a treat for our visitors and for our own. Even the Capital Gazette wanted to let others know about our plants!

See the photo in the gallery here: Capital Gazette Article

See our recent newsletter here: April 2016 Newsletter


Questions? Email info@trenthillnursery.com


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