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Tree Sale 2022

Spring 2022 Tree Seedlings 

Conifer (Evergreen) Tree seedlings

 

White Pine- Pinus Strobus L.

Description: A large tree that grows to 60-80 feet high with a 2-4 feet diameter trunk; forms a wide pyramidal crown.

Habitat: prefers a light, fertile loam; sandy soils of granite origins.

Use: widely used in re-forestations and as planting for shade and as a planting for shade and ornamental. Small seedlings are easily transported; adapts to a great variety of soil conditions and grows rapidly.

Colorado Blue Spruce - Picea pungens engelm. (Rocky Mountain Native)

Description: Striking tree with its foliage; the branches grow in horizontal layers and the needles are pale blue or silver in color.

Habitat: grows in all soils and hardy; very slow growth until a foot high, then advances rapidly to a strong upright tree.

Use: commonly planted as an ornamental tree in lawns and parks

Norway Spruce – Picea obies (L.) Karst (Norway Native)

Description: Tree grows 50-70 feet high with a 1-3 feet diameter trunk and spire-topped crown of branches drooping gracefully to the ground.

Habitat: prefers rich moist soils; does not thrive in dry sterile or extremely rich vegetable soil.

Use: sustainable for ornamental planting hedges and windbreaks.

White Cedar – thuja occidentalis

Description: Tree grows around 50 feet high with a 2-3 feet diameter trunk. Needles are bright green above and pale green below.

Habitat: Prefers moist soil and organic rich soils.

Use: sustainable for ornamental planting hedges and windbreaks.

 

 

 

White Spruce – picea glauca

Description: Tree grows 50-70 feet high with a 1-3 feet diameter trunk and spire-topped crown of branches drooping gracefully to the ground.

Habitat: prefers rich moist soils; does not thrive in dry sterile or extremely rich vegetable soil.

Use: sustainable for ornamental planting hedges and windbreaks

Fruit


Albion Strawberry


Heritage Red Raspberry Rooted Cuttings


Jersey Knight Asparagus

Deciduous Tree Seedlings

White Oak – quercus alba Linnaeus

Description: Grows 80-100 feet tall with a majestic silhouette.

Habitat: prefers moist, well drained upland soils

Use: A favorite nesting tree; provides acorns for feed to turkey, blue jay and ruffed grouse.

Black Walnut – juglans nigra l.

Description: A large tree 60-80 feet high with 2-4 feet diameter trunk forming a open crown of heavy branches and course branch lets.

Habitat: prefers rich bottom lands and fertile hillsides.

Use: one of the most valuable timber trees in eastern united states; rapidly becoming scarce. Planting of nuts is to be encouraged.

Broadleaf Shrub Seedling


Maple Leaf Verburnum – viburnum acerifolium


Description: The attractive clusters of white flowers occur late spring to summer and are followed by clusters of berry like drupes that are eaten by birds.
Habitat: more shade tolerant and is found as an understory plant in moist to dry woodland settings
Use: use this shrub in borders, hedges, as a foundation plant of it will naturalize in woodland settings. 


Nannyberry – viburnum lentago


Description: It can be grown as shrub or small tree, creamy white flowers in spring and there are fruits in the fall which are edible. 
Habitat: full sun in average moist well drain soils. 
Use: a small tree, hedge or woodland settings. Great shrub to attract wildlife. 


Small Tree Seedlings


Domestic Apple 


Description: Can take 4-5 years to produce fruit. 
Habitat: prefers direct sunlight, plant in well drained soil. 


Dolgo Crabapple 


Description: Showy tree usually grows up to 8-10 feet tall with a rounded canopy that spreads 10 feet or more.
Habitat: Thrives in an open location in full sun. crabapple prefers acid soil ruch in organic matter and well drained.
Use: A highly ornamental tree that fits easily into small yards or as spectacular borders along fencerows. Showy, deep pink buds open into fragrant white flowers making it a spring beauty. 


White Flowering Dogwood – cornus florid L.


Description: tree grows 15-30 feet with a trunk 6-12 inches with slender, spreading branches. White petal bracts bloom in spring before leaves branch out.
Habitat: prefers rich, well drained soil, usually under the shade of another tree. Grows slowly but long-living once established. 


Redbud – Cercis canadensis L.


Description: A small tree 15-25 feet with a 10-15 inch diameter trunk; divided near the ground into stout branches forming a broad crown. Rose colored linear blooms peak in spring before foliage greens. 
Habitat: Prefers borders of streams and rich bottomlands often in the shade of other trees. Redbud will grow in open sunny yards, as well. 
Use: lovely ornamental tree suitable for town or country growth.