• Grey Dogwood

    $9.00$50.00
    Grey Dogwood (Cornus racemosa) is an adaptable, native shrub good for windbreak and mass planting. This deciduous shrub can grow to be 16 ft. tall and prefers moist sites, though can adapt to drier soils. Blossoms are greenish-white and the fruit itself is also white. Dogwood is used by a variety of wildlife including birds and butterflies.
  • Hybrid Poplar

    $10.00$50.00
    (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.
  • 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.
  • 2, 1 liter potted plants Michigan Huckleberry is a native, deciduous, ground cover plant. Foliage is olive green in color, but changes to a deep red in the fall. Huckleberry is drought resistant and prefers rocky or sandy soils. Plants can grow to be 12-15 inches tall. Huckleberry makes good habitat for birds and other small animals, which also enjoy eating the small black fruit.  
  • Norwary Spruce Seedlings

    $9.00$175.00
    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.