Juliet Cherry


Costco does not really has a garden center. In the spring, they bring in flowering and fruit trees for a few weeks. That’s it. In my area, April is the time to look for fruit trees. They offer different varieties from year to year.

I bought a nectarine, Freckled Face last year. This year, it offers September Free nectarine. Their trees are Burchell’s which sells fruit trees to retail customers at a ridiculously high price.


Okay, I will keep looking. I’m taking my mom to Kohls tomorrow which is right next to it. Last week they didn’t have any. I didn’t actually go in I drove around the store then asked an employee by the front doors who said they just had a table with flowers. I will walk in tomorrow. It’s going to rain and snow tomorrow so it’s a good day to be inside.


The guy at the door is not the most informed employee. This is from someone who worked at Costco for 10 years.


I went inside and they did have a few left. He said they have been getting truck loads. He told me you have to be there first thing I. The morning that they sell like 250 trees in just a day. They are done shipping more trucks for my area too. I just wanted to see if they had romance cherry bushes anyway and how big. They only had a few peaches left and some flowering cherries


Early April next year.

My husband and his friend like going shopping there almost weekly so we don’t miss much. Also, all other gardening stuff, grass seeds, garden soil, Scott’s 4 steps, etc. are chaeper at Costco than T HD or Lowe’s


I should have looked at the fertilizer. It’s so expensive elsewhere. Costco is two towns away so I don’t go there much. My work gave me the card and it’s hard to get out of Costco without spending a couple hundred bucks! I am mostly the one or two things on sale type shopper because I’m single so I like popping in and out of the little stores for stuff on sale.


I have a Romeo and a Juliet from HBUSA that I got as mere sprouts in the fall of 2016. The deer absolutely loved them, so I rescued what was left and transplanted them to pots to get some branches back and some root structure. They grew pretty darn well in 2017 as a result, albeit in patio pots. By spring of 2018 I put them back in the garden proper with good deer caging. They grew like mad. Juliet is now nearly as tall as I am, and likely to be taller. Romeo is shorter but strong and healthy, and both are just beginning to leaf out now in Wisconsin. So exciting! But yes it’s easy to get HBUSA plants going, it just takes awhile, as with all fruit growing.


Any advantage of spraying surround with imidan mixed in for PC control?


Imidan should be effective enough so as not to need the Surround, but if the Imidan results were not so good then you can always add Surround for a boost.