• 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 OAK: (Quercus alba) long-lived tree. (80-100 ft) Prefers well drained sandy loam to clay loam soils. Uses include: lumber, wildlife, and shade. Moderately shade tolerant. Acorns preferred by deer and turkey.
  • Sugar Maples

    $14.00$38.00
    Sugar maple: (Acer saccharum) Large tree (70-130 ft.) that grow best on rich loams with good drainage. Valuable timber tree. Uses also include landscaping, maple syrup, and reforestation. Fall colors of orange, red and yellow. Shade tolerant.
  • Red Maple

    $14.00$55.00
    (Acer rubrum) Fast growing, medium to large tree (65-120 ft.) that tolerates wet and dry soils. Used for wildlife planting and landscaping. Fall colors can be red, yellow, or orange. Moderately shade tolerant.
  • Red Bud

    $14.00$48.00
    RED BUD: (Cercis canadensis) Small tree (15-25 ft) simple heart shaped leaf. Prefers moist soils, forest edges and is shade tolerant. Produces lavender flowers in the spring, followed by seed pods in the fall. Good for wildlife and landscaping.
  • Large 5-6 feet BUR OAK:  (Quercus macrocarpa)  (80-100 ft.)  prefers dry uplands and sandy plains.  Full sun, used for timber, landscaping, wildlife food/cover.  Acorns preferred by deer and turkey.
  • Red Oak

    $14.00$55.00
    Red oak: (Quercus rubra) Large tree (75-150 ft.) that will grow on most soils. Tolerates both dry and wet conditions, but is easier to establish on dry, poor soils than moist, rich soils. Uses include wildlife, reforestation, and landscaping. Fall color is brownish orange. Moderately shade tolerant.
  • Black Walnut

    $14.00$38.00
    Black walnut: (Juglans nigra) Medium size, fast growing tree (60-110 ft.) with growth form attained only on fertile loams with good drainage. Will tolerate sandy loam soils, Michigan's most valuable hardwood. Uses include wildlife, reforestation, timber and nuts. A poor yard tree due to nut production and it’s toxicity to other plants. Fall color is yellow. Shade intolerant.