• 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.
  • 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. 2 1-liter potted trees for $14.00.
  • Sugar Maples

    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

    (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

    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.
  • Hybrid Poplar

    (Populus deltoides) Large, very fast growing tree(40-90– ft.) Prefers drained soils and will tolerate dry conditions. Does not do well on wet soils, clay soil or soils with hard pans. Used for windbreaks, stream bank stabilizations, erosion control and quick shade. Not long lived (about 20 years); therefore, a second planting is needed to replace poplars when they die. Do not plant near septic systems, sewer pipes, or drain tiles (50 ft. minimum). Very shade tolerant.
  • Red Oak

    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.
  • Persimmon

    Persimmon trees prefer full sun, but will tolerate partial shade. Soils should be well-drained and slightly acidic for best growth. Persimmon fruit is orange in color and has a sweet, honey-like taste. It takes about 7 years for a persimmon tree to reproduce and male and female plants are required.
  • Sawtooth Oak

    Sawtooth Oak: (Quercus acutissima) 50-70 ft. fast growing. The Sawtooth is an attractive and durable shade tree that can adapt to a wide range of soil conditions. Used for fencing, ornamental tree. The name probably come from its distinctive sawtooth leaves. Produces small acorns a favorite of wild turkeys and other wildlife. The acorns are very bitter, but are eaten by jays and pigeons.
  • River Birch

    River Birch (Betula nigra) is one of the few heat-tolerant birches of the birch tree family. This deciduous tree can grow to be 80-100 ft. tall with multiple, slender trunks coming off of the base. It is predominately found along streams or forested wetland communities. Bark is loose and layered, often described as scales. Often used for landscaping, the River Birch is also beneficial to many bird species and can be used for essential oils.
  • Butternut Trees

    Butternut: (Juglans nigra) also called White Walnut. A medium size tree with a moderate growth rate 40 to 75 ft. which grows in both wet and dry conditions. Uses include landscaping , nut, timber and dye. Can also be tapped for syrup. becoming a rare tree with yellow fall color. Shade intolerant. Preferred for its nuts.