Green Giant Arborvitae (Thuga). Large, fast growing, conical evergreen. Turn bronze in the fall. Great as screen or single tree. Deer resistant. Zone 5-7.
Black Hill Spruce (Picea glauca densata). Grows to 60'. Dense, shapely tree with good blue-green color for ornamental, windbreak or Christmas tree use. Short needles. Zones 2-8.
Colorado Blue Spruce (Picea pungens). Grows to 60'. Stiff silvery blue to green needles. Handsome ornamental planted singly or dense as a screen, windbreak or Christmas tree. Tolerates ordinary soil, moisture and full sun. Zones 2-7.
Douglas Fir (pseudo-tsuga menziesii). Grows to 60'. Short soft 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.
Norway Spruce (picea abies). Grows to 100'. Fastest growing spruce. Branches drape and needles are short and green. Planted as windbreak, screen or singly. Norway spruce is also used by the building industry, landscaping industry and the Christmas tree industry. It has shown some resistance to deer browsing and toughness along city streets. 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.
Serbian Spruce (Picea Omorika). Grows to 60'. Green needles with pale silver-blue undersides giving it a two tone effect. It is used as a specimen tree in landscaping or as a privacy screen. It is less wide than other spruces but adaptable for the Christmas tree industry. It has shown some resistance to deer browsing and toughness along city streets. Zones 4-7.
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 (Pices 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, windbreaks and for Christmas tree production. Extremely hardy with stiff short needles. Zones 2-6..
Variety Age Size Per 100 Per 1000
Douglas Fir 2-1 16-22" $164.00 $ 860.00
22-30" $215.00 $1230.00
*Black Hill Spruce 2-2 12-16" $140.00 $ 780.00
*Colorado Blue Spruce 16-22" $174.00 $ 960.00
*Douglas Fir 22-30" $225.00 $1330.00
*Norway Spruce 30-36" $375.00 $2330.00
*Available in the four sizes listed above.
**Red Pine 2-2 8-14" $161.00 $ 920.00
**White Pine 14-22" $197.00 $1180.00
22"+ $265.00 $1500.00
**Available in the three sizes listed above.
Green Giant Arborvitae 2-2 12-16" $613.00 $3500.00
16-22" $761.00 $4350.00
22-30" $984.00 $5630.00
Planting Gel: 1 oz. $5.00 1 lb. $15.00 3lbs. $40.00
Use planting gel for moisture control.
Harvesting schedule is dependent on firm orders in the fall by September 21 and March 15 in the spring.
Shipping charges: Minimum of $45.00 per package for smaller orders and we ship freight on larger orders.
Michigan customers include 6% Sales Tax to product and shipping charges.
About our transplants: Our evergreen seedlings are graded by height classes prior to transplanting. This grouping allows us to sell transplants by size classes that have similar genetic potential. This translates into more even growth at harvest time.
All evergreen seedlings and deciduous trees and shrubs are sold in bundles of 25.
25% deposit to reserve stock is non refundable if order is cancelled after March 15 for spring or September 1 for fall.
Minimum order is 100 pieces per species. 500 of a species gets the 1000 rate.
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 the package and make sure that the roots remain damp.
Shipping seasons: Spring shipment usually starts in late March and is usually terminated in May. Temperatures at that time of the 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 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 deductions or error must be made within 5 days of shipments.