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Ornamental Trees

Perhaps you have a beautiful home with a neatly trimmed lawn. You may have embellished your home with various flowers planted here and there. So what other sorts of plants can accentuate the natural elegance of your property? Wagon Hammock has a fine selection of various ornamental and landscaping trees that will enhance the aesthetics of your yard. Here are just a few examples: 1. Eastern Redb...
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In Remembrance

"It is with heavy hearts that we remember our friend and colleague, Carl Hackney. On behalf of his family and friends, we deeply appreciate your thoughts and prayers."    Mr. Carl VanLandingham Hackney, age 59 of Lyons, died Wednesday, April 25, 2018 at his residence after a sudden illness. Mr. Hackney was a native of Thomasville, living in Lyons the past eight years. Carl was a nu...
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Welcome to Our Website!

Wagon Hammock Nursery is a grower of premium quality shade, ornamental trees and specimen grade shrubs. Since 1989, we have supplied our carefully grown plants to landscape contractors, re-wholesalers, retailers, developers, and municipalities. “Customer Focused…Market Driven.” We sincerely hope that you will soon be among our many customers and friends who have experienced the Wago...
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Shade Trees

Here are just a few examples of shade trees that we have at Wagon Hammock Nursery. Ginkgo Biloba: The “Autumn Gold” variety of the Ginkgo tree is remarkable in the fall. Its leaves are unique and different in shape than most other trees. The leaves are what some may describe as “fan-shaped.” But the most spectacular trait of the “Autumn Gold” leaves are the stunningly bright yellow color duri...
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 Specimen Grade Shrubs A shrub or bush is a small to medium-sized woody plant. Unlike herbs, shrubs have persistent woody stems above the ground. They are distinguished from trees by their multiple stems and shorter height, and are usually under 6 m tall.  It is easy to remember what "specimen" plants are if you learn the Latin root that the word is based upon. The Latin root, ...
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