Quail Hollow Gardens is a dream come true. I've been fascinated by Japanese maples since 1981 when my landscaper planted one of these beautiful trees in my Auburn, Alabama yard. The large green multi-trunk seedling he brought in was the most gorgeous tree I had ever seen.
The ever-changing beauty of these magnificent trees has enhanced my life as I have studied and lived with them. Over the years I have dug and moved many Japanese maples (some over 50 years old), planted every cultivar I could get my hands on, and loved every single one of them.
Each Japanese maple has its own personality and I look forward to watching spring's new growth and summer's changing colors, admiring fall's deep yellows, reds, golds, and oranges, and appreciating winter's view of spectacular limb structures. Japanese maples in your landscape not only provide you and your neighbors with fascinating colors during the changing of the seasons, they will also enhance the value of your property. The older they get the more valuable they become. I strongly urge all landscapers and landscape architects to incorporate these beautiful, versatile trees in your landscape designs.
We have trees available from 1 gallon to 20 year-old mature trees. Our mature trees are priced based on size and variety.
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"After the Arena"
By Pat Dye with Mike Jernigan
Foreword by Bo Jackson
- Spring Fling and Outdoor Expo Coming in April
- Coach Pat Dye Book Signing at KIA of Auburn December 21, 2013 from 10am to 1pm
- Coach Pat Dye Book Signing at Aviator Bar in Montgomery December 23, 2013 from 12pm to 3pm
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