Posts Tagged ‘nursery supplies’
Tuesday, July 23rd, 2013
Shade cloths are useful for a variety of reasons, especially in hot and sunny conditions. They are most often used in gardening, but their use can make enjoying the outdoors a more comfortable experience. Learn about the benefits of using a shade cloth and below.
Thursday, March 28th, 2013
The technique improved over the past decade. Tree roots balled and burlapped, with biodegradable, no-rot burlap, are now placed in a wire basket. The baskets do little or no harm to a tree and are planted right along with the roots. NYP Corp delivers exceptional and affordable wire baskets to nurserymen.
Wednesday, February 20th, 2013
The planting season is here, and it’s time to get your garden ready for Spring. Maintaining a healthy garden requires hard work from start to finish, but there are a few ways you can reduce the usual problems associated with caring for a home garden. NYP Corp provides wholesale nursery supplies from six locations including landscape supplies, burlap and other supplies to meet the needs of gardeners.
Tuesday, February 5th, 2013
Hot summer sun can be brutal on a tender vegetable garden. Plants and vegetables can literally become sunburned and soils dry out. To protect plants and vegetables from the damaging effects of the sun, wise gardeners use shade cloth. NYP Corp has six locations in the U.S. offering wholesale nursery supplies, including lock-stitched knitted shade cloth that remain intact after trimming to a desired size, no wrinkles during installation, and will not ravel or fray.
Friday, October 26th, 2012
Winter conditions, including extremely cold weather and snow and ice, can cause irreparable damage to trees. The root systems of young trees can become disturbed by the cold nights followed by sunny days that freeze and then thaw the soil surrounding the trees.
The bark, especially of smooth bark trees, are susceptible to splitting due to those same conditions. Thin barked trees are also susceptible to sun scald during the winter months. That condition causes darkening and sunken areas on the bark. Burlap is a great material used to help prevent damage to your young trees.
Friday, August 17th, 2012
In typical terms of the word, sisal indicates both a plant and the fiber that is utilized from the botanical to make twine and rope. Due to inadequate accounts, the origin of sisal is unknown, but what is recognized is that sisal became widely cultivated during the 19th century in Florida, the Caribbean islands, and in Brazil.
Friday, May 11th, 2012
Spring has sprung, and millions of people all over the globe are anxious to put on their gardening gloves and immerse themselves in the environment they love. Any good garner knows that an excellent crop begins with the proper preparation and prep work, and we have created a streamlined list in order to highlight some of the items that you may need to create a foundation for botanical success.
Friday, April 27th, 2012
NYP Corp. has proudly served America’s nursery growers with quality burlap, twine, shade clothes, and wire baskets. Wire baskets are commonly used by many nurseries to support a tree’s root ball. The question that lingers in the minds of many people, however, is whether the basket should be removed when planting, or even whether it should be used at all. Does the basket present harm for the tree? Or would stakes be better to use?
Friday, March 2nd, 2012
Spring isn’t too far away and it’s an excellent time of year for planting ball and burlapped trees. These are trees that have been dug out of the ground and their roots have been wrapped in burlap. Natural burlap will rot away after planting, causing no disturbance to the roots.
Friday, February 17th, 2012
In addition to our high-quality burlap, twine, and rope nursery supplies provided here at NYP Corp, we also offer a wide variety of wire baskets. Our baskets are ideal for easily transporting and handling delicate or sandy root balls, making them an excellent option in addition to our twine and rope products and burlap liners. Our baskets will enable you to lift your tress by the roots instead of the trunks during transport and planting. The benefits of baskets help maintain the contact between your root ball and the soil, making for a healthier tree and a happier customer.