The following deciduous trees are offered for sale in fall 2016 through summer 2017
Conservation practices: T,E,N,H,W
Description: 80' deciduous tree that is native on wet soil. Sun seeker, intolerant of shade, does well on upland soils. Elegant needles that turn a intense golden yellow in the fall.
Conservation practices: H,
Description: A beautiful tree in the fall, the foiliage makes this tree a great landscaping option. It grows to a height of 30-50' with a spread of 20-30'. With a slow to medium growth rate, this shade tree enjoys full sun to partial shade. It grows well in most soil types and servces as a great food source for bees.
Conservation practices: T, H, E, N
Description: 50' high, single or multi-stemmed slender tree. Native birch has white bark that will appear after 3 to 4 years. This tree will grow well in moist soils.
Conservation practices: E, F, H, N, T
Description: 50' high tree with a pendulous branched crown. Black Cherry will have profuse white flowers in the spring, and brilliant gold leaf color in the fall. Fruit from this tree is good for making wine and jelly, and is also a great food for wildlife.
Conservation practices: E, H, T, W, N
Description: 60' high with a equal to lesser spread. Red Maple is a strong wood. In the fall its leaf color will range from green to flaming orange. It is very tolerant of soils, but perfers slightly acid soils.
Conservation practices: T, S, E
Description: 50-70' fast growing upright tree, with strong spreading branches. It matches rugged conditions with growth and durability. Silver Maple is an excellent source of shade.
Conservation practices: T, H, S, E, N
Description: 50’high, spreading canopy tree. Prefers well-drained soils. Brilliant fall leaf colors and pleasing growth habit.
Conservation practices: H, E, N
Description: 70-80' tree with matching spread. The Burr Oak is a slow growing tree, however it is more tolerant of city condistions than other oaks. This tree has a very adaptable soil range.
Conservation practices: H
Description: A perfect tree to a larger lawn or park. This medium to large sized oak has dark green leave in the summer that turn yellow-oragne in the fall. It produces 1" sweet acorns that mature in a single season and are a great food for many wildlife species. This tree will grow to 40-50' high with a 70-80' spread. It does best in well-drained soils but will adapt to other soil types.
Conservation practices: T, H, E
Description: 60-70' pyramidal tree. This tree tolerates full sun, high pH and wet soils.
Conservation practices: H, E, N, T, W
Description: 60-70' symmetrical tree. The Red Oak is a great timber tree. This tree tolerates full sun and polluted enviornments. It prefers sandy soils.
Conservation practices: H, E
Description: 35' high tree with dense, wide-spreading branches. The seed from the Sawtooth Oak is a favorite of wild turkey. This tree is also drought tolerant.
Oak Swamp White
Conservation practices: T, H, E, W
Description: 50-60' tree with an equal spread. Swamp-White is an excellent source for fine timber. This tree requires acid soil.
Conservation practices: T, H, W, E, N
Description: 60' high, slow growing tree. This tree is great feed for wildlife, and is also a great timber tree. White Oak grows well in most soil types.
Conservation practices: N. H, S
Description: Growing to a height of 30-50' tall, this tree is not an orange tree at all, but actually in the mulberry family. The fruit is a large round, textured, green-yellow ball measuring 4-5 inches in diameter. This tree makes a great windbreak or hedge. The wood from the tree is a very hard wood and when burned, burns very hot.
Poplar Hybrid Imperial Carolina
P. deltoides x nigra
Conservation practices: T, S, E
Description: 100' upright and rapid growing tree.This tree is great for wet areas and wind breaks.
Conservation practices: E, H
Description: 20-30' tree that spreads 25-35'. In April the redbud has rose-pink flowers. This tree thrives in many soil types.
Conservation practices: T, W, S, E
Description: 75-100' tree with a massive trunk. The bark of a Sycamore is mottled. This tree is fast growing and prefers moist soils.
Description: 80 to 100 feet tall and maintains a fairly narrow oval crown. The Tulip looking flowers give you a delightful fragrance of nectar that you'll enjoy all spring long. This nectar even attracts birds – including ruby-throated hummingbirds, cardinals and finches – and other small wildlife... the perfect tree for wildlife lovers! The Tulip Poplar is highly resistant to disease and insects, making this a healthy tree that will provide a lifetime of enjoyment.
Conservation practices: F, H, N, T
Description: 50' high and wide. The Black Walnut has a well-formed trunk devoid of low branches. This tree is highly prized as a wood product. Black Walnuts prefer moist soils, but will tolerate drier conditions
Conservation practices: W
Description: Growing between 50-80' with a spread of 40-70', this willow grows well in full sun to part shade. This fast growing tree prefers moist soil and does well on river banks or in wet areas.