During the spring and fall seasons we are open to the public 6 days a week from 8 am to 5 pm and on Sunday by appointment only. Mr. Jack's Farm is family owned and operated. You are welcomed to come and visit any day of the week to check out our beautiful trees. We have ducks and other wildlife at the farm and sometimes it's a little muddy, so bring comfortable shoes. If you don't see anyone, be patient! They probably see you and will be around to assist you shortly. Otherwise, toot your horn. See you on the farm.
When dry weather continues for an extended period, landscape trees depend on homeowners for water. The amount of water a tree needs depends on many factors, including the age and species of the tree, the time of year, weather and soil type. As a rule, newly planted and young trees require more frequent watering than older, well-established trees. But during extended periods of drought, all trees benefit from supplemental watering. You don't want to water so much or so often because this encourages more canopy growth than the soil, climate and tree species can support during normal rainfall years. Excessive watering can make a tree dependent on irrigation rather than resilient enough to survive on what nature normally provides.