A Note From Paul Offierski – President of PAO

13 Mar

As spring fast approaches, we renew our energies and to begin to focus and concentrate on what we know best.  Our trees and nursery are what we have spent our whole 40 year career doing and it still has the same magic effect every spring when the sun tells us it is time to start to grow again.

Last year we moved around 16,000 large trees to our new farm, 5592 Trafalgar Road, 1/2 kilometer north of where our main farm has been for 28 years.  The new farm has much more rolling land with meadows.  A beautiful old iron bridge straddles the 16 Mile Creek that cuts through the farm and nursery that leads to our newly laid out fields of mature root pruned trees.  The new farms are laid out with fresh grass planted between every row to allow us to take you to see all the trees and pick exactly what you want.

Having all these trees moved has given us the opportunity to be able to dig pretty much anytime during the 2015 season.  On very hot days in the summer, digging might be delayed until cooler weather permits.  The nursery is designed for production of heavier caliper specimen trees for commercial and residential projects that demand more.

Our experience in the past 40 years in horticulture has provided us with unique  one of a kind projects.  This knowledge and insight provides results on the most difficult demands that any horticultural situation can provide.  Please come and visit or email us with your needs and inquiries for 2015.

Paul Offierski

Row of Gingkos October 2014

Row of Gingkos October 2014



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