We know you want fast-growing trees that hardy, and are perhaps even native to Georgia. What would your Peach State garden be without its own peach tree? We have the delicious Red Haven Peach; a fast-growing fruit tree with large Peaches and the juicy Elberta Peach. That’s not all; we also have Bing and Black Tartarian cherries, Granny Smith and Yellow and Red Delicious apples and Bartlett and Kieffer pears.
To add more shade with a living screen, plant a row of our Thuja Giant or Leyland Cypress evergreens. They both grow quickly to form a uniform, living green wall. They are easy to grow and disease resistant. For small but equally effective boundary screens, consider non-invasive Black Bamboo or the variegated Soft Touch Holly.
Tifton is the state soil of Georgia. It was one of the first types of soil to be recognized in the state and covers around 2 million acres. It is a rich soil comprised of loam and marine sediments. Tifton is one of the state’s most important soils for agriculture.
Gorgeous Peach State landscapes are usually a mixture of different types of hardy shade trees and flowering trees that grow well in the south. These are complemented by evergreens and fruit trees.