• Norway Spruce Transplants

    Norway Spruce (Picea abies) large, fast growing tree (80-130ft.) that grow well in a variety of soils including loams and clays. Used for windbreaks, reforestation, and landscaping. Develops large sweeping branches with sharp, dark green needles. Moderately shade tolerant, well suited to our climate.
  • White Birch

  • 1 Gallon White Spruce Picea glauca Medium size (60-80 Ft) tree which prefers moist conditions, but will tolerate dry soils.  Used for windbreaks, wildlife habitat, and Christmas trees.  needles are singular, sharp, dark green.  Moderately shade tolerant.
  • Blue Spruce Transplants

    (Picea pungens) Medium size (50-70ft) which grows well in a variety of soils and tolerates dry conditions. Needles are singular, very sharp, blue or green, approximately 1'' in length. Moderately shade tolerant. Used for windbreaks, wildlife habitat, Christmas trees, and landscaping.
  • European Chinese Chestnut: (Castanea mollissimi x Sativa) Large, fast growing tree (70- 120 ft) prefers well drained sandy loam soils with full sun. Grows poorly in heaver soils. Important tree for wildlife, providing fall mast for species such as white-tailed deer, black bear, and wild turkey. 1 liter potted
  • White Pine Transplants

    (Pinus strobus ) Fast growing tree (80-150 ft.) which grows well in a wide variety of soils. Used for timber and wildlife. Needles are soft, blue green, with 5 per bundle about 4 in length. Moderately shade tolerant, best form obtained under light shade.
  • White Cedar

    (Thuja plicate) Medium to tall trees (30-40 ft) naturally found in low, wet areas or on limestone outcroppings, but will grow in a wide variety of soils. Used for windbreaks, landscaping or wildlife. Leaves are soft, yellow-green and scale-like. Browsed heavily by deer. Moderately shade tolerant.
  • PEACH TREE PAIRS: Redhaven peach trees. Good for freezing and canning. Ripening in early August. They are 3/4 inch stem at approximately 3 feet high.
  • STRAWBERRY- (Fragaria x ananassa ‘Earliglow’) Earliglow variety, recommended variety for Michigan is a June fruiting plant. Needs full sun with moist, well drained soil. It is more disease resistant. Produces sweet extra juicy berries that freeze well. Sold in multiples of 12.