• American Hazelnut

    $14.00$48.00
    American Hazelnut: (Corylus americana) Grows up to 9 ft. numerous stem with a low rounded crown. Good for borders of fence rows, edges of woodlots, and old fields. Good for open dry or moist sites. Shade intolerant. Nuts are great for wildlife and edible by humans.
  • Common Elderberry

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    Elderberry: (Sambucus canadensis) Medium size shrub (6-12 ft) common in moist areas near roadsides, ditches, along streams, and field borders. White umbrella-like flowers with fruit maturing in mid– to late summer. Berries are eaten by many songbirds and pheasants. Likes full sun, but is moderately shade tolerant.
  • Common Lilac

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    Common Lilac (Syringa vulgaris) Medium to large sized shrub (4-6 ft) grows on a wide variety of soils. Provides wildlife with dense cover. It is also good for landscaping. Shade intolerant.
  • Grey Dogwood

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    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.
  • Highbush Cranberry

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    Highbush cranberry: (Viburnum trilobum) Medium size shrub (6-10 ft.) which prefers moist soils, but can be used in upland plantings, often found growing near ditches and wetland edges. Berries stay on until eaten by birds and, although not a true cranberry, the fruit is edible in jams and jellies. Moderately shade tolerant. Good food source for turkeys and other animals in late winter.
  • 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.  
  • Nannyberry

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    Nannyberry is grown as a large shrub or small tree, reaching 15-20 ft. high. Nannyberry is native to the Midwest and typically found in woodlands and along wood edges. This tree is very adaptable to all sites and can tolerate wet and dry soils. In the spring they bloom small, white flowers and berry-like fruit which attracts birds and butterflies.
  • Red-Osier Dogwood

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    (Cornus stoloninfera) Small to medium size shrub (3-6 ft. ht.) grows along the borders of streams, wetlands, and ditches. The bright red twigs make this plant useful in landscaping. Deer browse the twigs in winter and various birds feed on the white berries. Also useful for stream bank stabilization. Moderately shade intolerant.
  • Sargent Crabapple

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    Roselow sargent crab: (Malus sargentii) Medium size shrub (6-8 ft.) that grows best on well-drained sandy loam soils. Dark red fruit that persists until eaten. A favorite of many wildlife species. Great addition to habitat projects. Shade intolerant.
  • Silky Dogwood

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    Silky dogwood: (Cornus amomum) Small to medium size (3-6 ft.) grows along streams, wetlands, and ditches but may grow in slightly drier soils. Dull maroon color twigs for landscape uses. Deer browse on the twigs, while birds feed on berries. Shade tolerant.