• 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.
  • 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.
  • (Rubus idaeus ‘Heritage’) The Heritage variety is everbearing and recommended for Michigan. Fruits in late August to September. Canes are vigorous, hardy, and suckers prolifically. Fruit is medium size with good flavor and excellent quality. Sold in bundles of 5.
  • Norwary Spruce Seedlings

    Norway Spruce (Picea abies) large, fast growint tree (80-130ft.) that grow well in a vaireity of soilds including loams and clays.  Used for windbreaks, reforestation, and landscaping.  Develops large sweeping branshes with sharp, dark green nedles.  Moderately shade tolerant, well suited to our climate.
  • White Pine Seedlings

    (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.
  • 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.
  • Black Hills White spruce: (Picea glauca var. densata) Medium size, (60-80 ft.) which prefers moist conditions, but will tolerate dry soils. Used for windbreaks, wildlife habitat, and Christmas trees (pungent order). Needles are singular, sharp, dark green. Moderately shade tolerant. Sharp needled spruce help deter deer browse.
  • 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.
  • (Rubus idaeus 'Jewell") The Jewell variety is a vigorous plant with great cold tolerance. They produce large sweet berries that are ideal for pies, jams, and freezing. Canes grow 3-4 ft. Resistant to most raspberry diseases. Sold in multiples of five.