Colorado Blue Spruce (Picea pungens). Grows to 60’. Stiff silvery blue to green needles. Handsome ornamental planted singly or dense as screen or windbreak. Tolerates ordinary soil, moisture and full sun. Zones 2-7.

Dawn Redwood (Metasequoia). Lovely as ornamental and distinctive as a privacy screen. They lose their feathery soft light green needles after they turn to a coppery brown in the fall. They have an exposed red brown bark throughout the winter. Fast grower. Resistant to pests and diseases. Perform in moist well drained soils. Hardy in zones 4-8.

Douglas Fir (Pseudo-tsuga menziesii). Grows up to 60’. Short soft blue-green needles. Grows well on site that has good air drainage and moist well-drained soil. Full sun. Symmetrical shape. Great in landscape use and for Christmas tree production. Zones 2-7.

Jackpine (Pinus Banksiana) Grows to 70'. Used for pulpwood, fuel, decking and utility poles.  It is drought tolerant and used to stabilize water shed areas. Grows in zones 2-7. Grows on rocky sandy soils.  The kirkland's warbler bird nesting is dependent on jackpine.  Reseeds itself after fires.

Norway Spruce (Picea abies). Grows to 100'. Fastest growing spruce. Branches drape and needles are short and green.  Great for windbreaks and landscaping. Used for timber, building trade and christmas tree production. Very hardy. Zones 2-7.

Red Pine (Pinus resinosa). Known as Norway Pine. Excellent for timber. Grows to 75' with long soft needles. Tolerates sandy soils in sunny conditions. Zones 2-6.

White Cedar (Thuja Occidentalis). Compact pyramidal evergreen. Great for hedges, buffer strips, screens, and specimen plantings. Will grow in clay loam or sandy soils. Will tolerate well-drained to extended flooded conditions. Grows in part shade to full sun. It is native to North America. Needles are aromatic. Hardy to zones 2-7.

White Pine (Pinus strobus). Fast growing to 100'. Valued for its timber. Excellent windbreak, ornamental and Christmas tree. Long soft green needles. Adapts to many soil types. Zones 3-8.

White Spruce (Picea glauca). Grows to 50'. Thrives in full sun and well drained moist soil. Tolerates heat and drought better than other spruces. Used in landscape sites and for Christmas tree production. Extremely hardy with stiff short needles. Zones 2-6.


  *Colo. Blue Spruce
  *Douglas Fir  
  *Norway Spruce
  *White Spruce
*These species are all available in the three sizes listed above.
     *Red Pine               
    *White Pine                        
  *These species are available in the three sizes listed above. 
  Planting Gel:       1 oz.         $5.00
  Mix gel with water to achieve a slurry and dip the roots only to retain moisture to plants. Keep any left over crystals in zip lock bag. Small amount of gel goes a long way.
SHIPPING CHARGES: Minimum of $45 per package for smaller orders. We also ship freight or by                                          by common carrier on larger orders.
                            Michigan Customers include 6% Sales Tax on product and shipping charges.
About our seedlings: We offer quality with genetic superiority in the  8/10"+ and 14/15"+ categories.

Note:  All evergreen seedlings and deciduous trees and shrubs are sold in bundles of 25.                                   500 of any species qualifies for the 1000 rate.  Mininun order is 100 pieces per species.                         A 25% deposit is required to reserve stock and is non refundable if the order is cancelled                      after March 15 in the spring and after September 1 in the fall.

What to do if you are unable to plant your trees upon receipt. We strongly advise that you plant them as soon as possible upon arrival. If unable to plant them immediately, try to access a cooler. Otherwise store them in a cool area, away from the sun and wind, open slightly package and make sure that the roots remain slightly damp.

Shipping Seasons:
Spring shipment usually starts in late March and is usually terminated in May. Temperatures at that time of year determine the start and end date. Fall shipment starts at the end of September and may proceed until early December depending on weather factors for each area involved in the shipping season. We do ship from our storage facility to clients who have made arrangements to receive stock during the winter months.

Nursery stock may be picked up at the nursery once an appointment is set up or arrangements can be made to ship federal express ground or freight or by common carrier. All prices quoted are F.O.B. nursery. All shipments are at buyers own risk. Our liability ceases upon delivery to the carrier. Breakage or spoilage claims due to transit should be immediately made to the transportation company. Claims for deduction or error must be made within 5 days of shipment.