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FAQ
Q: How much water should I give my new tree?

A: A large tree can use up to 15 gallons of water each day during the warmer months. You should thoroughly soak
your tree daily. The length of time depends on the season the tree is planted. If it is hot you will need to water your
tree daily for a couple of months as opposed to if it is cool out it may only be a matter of weeks. But it must be done
EVERY DAY! Even if it rains, water your tree.


Q: I’m stumped on what to do in my landscape. Can you design something for me?

A: We are always happy to assist you in making design decisions. Feel free to email us pictures, measurements  
and questions or drop by with your pictures for personal one on one help. Oh, by the way…it’s free!


Q: Is everything on your tree farm for sale?

A: This is a working tree farm and nursery so some plants are a ‘work in progress’ and may not currently be for
sale. If there is a question regarding certain plants just ask one of our sales staff.


Q: Why should I shop at Woodlands Tree Farm?

A: That’s an easy one. Personal attention, great customer service, quality plant material at low prices. That’s why
many of the other retail nurseries in the area also buy plant material from us to re-sell to the public at a higher price.


Q: I saw a plant I like but I don’t know what it is. Can you help me?

A: Sure. Bring us a picture or a portion of the plant and we will do our best to identify it for you and provide you with
the information you need.


Q: I don’t see the plant on your tree farm that I am interested in. Can you get it for me?

A: Depending on the time of year, the plant requested, and availability at the time, we will see what we can do about
obtaining whatever plant material that is requested by our customers. For example, one year, we obtained several
coconut palms for one of our customers who lives here in central Florida.  


Q: How can I find out where the telephone lines, cable lines, etc. are buried in my yard before I start digging the
holes for my new plants?

A: That's an easy one. Just call 'Call Before You Dig' at 1-800-432-4770. They will send someone out to mark
where all your lines are. And the best part...IT'S FREE!