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  • Greenhouse | Simply Sunshine Nursery | Rock Springs

    Welcome! Locally Grown, Locally Owned At Simply Sunshine, we believe there is something for everyone in the world of growing! From the simplicity of sprouting fresh seed in your kitchen to digging in the dirt of your own garden, we want to help you experience the beauty and color of growing things! ​ Our goal is your success! We work hard to grow and bring in a large selection of plants, trees, and shrubs suited to our climate to bring life to your yard and garden. We hope you'll let us help you create many happy moments in the sunshine! Find Plants Get in Touch Name Email Subject Message Submit Thanks for submitting! Opening Hours You Can’t Plant Flowers If You Haven’t Botany We can't wait to see you when we reopen the nursery again in Spring 2023! ​

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  • Medium Shade Trees 21-30 Feet Tall

    Shade Trees 21-30 Feet Tall Chokecherry (PRUNUS VIRGINIANA CANADA RED) -'Canada Red' ​ Read More Crabapple (MALUS 'PERFECT PURPLE') - 'Perfect Purple' ‘Perfect Purple’ crabapple was developed by Ernie Copp in Bonners Ferry, Idaho. It has glossy, deep purple foliage that follows gorgeous deep-pink blossoms in spring. Summertime finds 'Perfect Purple' adorned by 1/2" purple-red fruit that persists on the tree for birds to eat. Uniform, consistent, somewhat upright growth habit and branching. Purple foliage maintains its color through fall. This very cold hardy crab has performed well in the North and Intermountain regions. Demonstrates good resistance to scab. Read More Lilac Tree (SYRINGA PEKINENSIS) - 'Copper Curls' ​ Read More Lilac Tree (SYRINGA RETICULATA) - 'Ivory Silk' ​ Read More Mountain Ash (SORBUS HYBRIDA) - 'Oak Leaf Mountain Ash' ​ Read More Oak (QUERCES X WAREI) - 'Kindred Spirit' ​ Read More Ornamental Pear (PYRUS USSURIENSIS BAILFROST) - 'Mountain Frost Pear' ​ Read More

  • Crabapple (MALUS 'PERFECT PURPLE') - 'Perfect Purple'

    < Back Crabapple (MALUS 'PERFECT PURPLE') - 'Perfect Purple' ‘Perfect Purple’ crabapple was developed by Ernie Copp in Bonners Ferry, Idaho. It has glossy, deep purple foliage that follows gorgeous deep-pink blossoms in spring. Summertime finds 'Perfect Purple' adorned by 1/2" purple-red fruit that persists on the tree for birds to eat. Uniform, consistent, somewhat upright growth habit and branching. Purple foliage maintains its color through fall. This very cold hardy crab has performed well in the North and Intermountain regions. Demonstrates good resistance to scab. This particular crabapple is larger than others reaching a mature height of around 25’ tall and spread of around 20’ wide. Cold hardy in USDA Hardiness Zone 3, 'Perfect Purple' is best grown in medium moisture, well-drained, acidic loams in full sun but will adapt to a wide range of soil conditions and pH. Drought tolerant once established. Highly tolerant of urban conditions. Highly adaptable to soil type or pH, but requires full sun and well-drained soil without standing water. After planting, and until established, this tree should be irrigated consistently to keep the soil conditions average to moist. Select a planting site with well-drained soil. Like most crabapples, occasional pruning and maintenance is required. Suckers should be removed if they develop in summer, but pruning should be done in late winter after the threat of extreme cold has passed to remove damaged, diseased, or misplaced growth. Previous Next

  • Apple - 'Honeygold' Semi-Dwarf Apple Tree

    < Back Apple - 'Honeygold' Semi-Dwarf Apple Tree Similar taste to 'Golden Delicious' but with a hint of honey, the 'Honeygold' apple is juicy and delightful for fresh-eating, salads, and cooking. A cold-hardy tree excellent in northern climates that bears pinkish-white blooms in spring that mature to medium to large size fruit in summer. Honeygold' boasts hardiness to zone 3 tolerating temperatures down to -50 degrees Farenheit. Trees bear fruit between 2-3 years after planting. Growth rate is moderate and trees reach 12-16 feet tall and wide. 'Honeygold' needs moist, well-drained soil in full sunlight. This tree does not like to have wet feet, though, so be sure to plant in areas that don't experience pooling of water. As is true for apple trees in general, be sure to provide adequate drainage. Disease-resistant and hardy against apple-scab. Requires another variety of apple/crabapple tree for pollination. Could be paired with 'Granny Smith', 'Honeycrisp', 'Fuji', 'Red Delicious', 'McIntosh'. Fruit ripens in late September and can be stored for 2-3 months. Previous Next

  • Pine, Mountain (PINUS MUGO) - 'TANNENBAUM'

    < Back Pine, Mountain (PINUS MUGO) - 'TANNENBAUM' The perfect Christmas-tree shaped evergreen with the toughness of mugo pine! 'Tannenbaum' is an upright mugo, with a broad base and pyramidal shape creating the traditional look we all love during the holiday season. The deep green needles carry a hint of gray/blue and hold their color even during winter months. This highly adaptable, hardy tree is believed to be the first single-stem tree form of Mugo Pine to be commercially produced and distributed. It was selected from hundreds of seedlings in the trial beds of McCrory Gardens at South Dakota State University and the original plant reached 10 to 11′ tall and 6′ wide after 25 years. This lovely specimen stands around 11 feet tall and 6 feet wide at maturity, although it could get taller. Some suppliers say it can reach 15 feet high and 12 feet wide. It has a moderate growth rate of about 6-12 inches per year. Like many mugos, it is incredibly cold-hardy and is rated a USDA Hardiness Zone 2. It requires full sun and is highly adaptable to a wide range of environmental and climatic conditions. It is extremely hardy, however, it won't do well in standing water and does need well-drained soil. It is not particular as to soil type or pH and is able to handle environmental salts, as well as urban pollution. Previous Next

  • Virginia Creeper (PARTHENOCISSUS QUINQUEFOLIA) - Virginia Creeper

    < Back Virginia Creeper (PARTHENOCISSUS QUINQUEFOLIA) - Virginia Creeper ​ ​ Previous Next

  • Apple - 'Goodland' Apple Tree

    < Back Apple - 'Goodland' Apple Tree Goodland' is a sweet, early apple, ready to harvest in late summer to early fall. It's large, light green/blush red fruit has a mild, aromatic flavor and is typically used for fresh eating, cooking, and applesauce. The clusters of lightly-scented white flowers with shell pink overtones emerge in spring with beautiful green foliage that turns yellow in the fall making this small tree an excellent ornamental choice as well. Goodland' Apple tree does well in colder climates as low as zone 3. It grows at a medium rate to a height around 20 feet and a spread of about 15-20 feet as well. The canopy sits four feet above the ground and this tree would be suitable for planting under power lines. It typically lives 50 years or more and needs a pollinator of another apple/crabapple variety to produce fruit. It should only be grown in full sunlight. It prefers to grow in average to moist conditions, and shouldn't be allowed to dry out. It is not particular as to soil type or pH and is highly tolerant of urban pollution. This particular variety is an interspecific hybrid that will even thrive in inner city environments. Best pruned in late winter once the threat of extreme cold has passed. Previous Next

  • About | Simply Sunshine Nursery

    The People Behind The Plants Simply Sunshine Nursery ~ Established 2021 There's an old adage that you can take the farmer off the farm, but you can't take the farm out of the farmer - how true that is! After making the move away from acres of farm land, we haven't lost our love for digging in the dirt and nurturing young things to grow. This is what our family does together, and we hope that our experience gardening against the odds, connecting with the land, and relying on hard work can help you with your own adventures. Even more than that, we quote our daughter when she said as a 3- year old, "Happy Sunshine!" That is what we hope to bring to you - many happy experiences with the sunshine!! Get in Touch

  • Red Osier Dogwood (CORNUS STOLONIFERA) - 'Arctic Fire'

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  • Ninebark (PHYSOCARPUS OPULIFOLIUS) - 'Dart's Gold'

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