Deadline to order is March 18th.
Pickup date: Thursday, April 11th from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. at Rock Ridge County Park.
Order early to ensure availability of selections.
Colorado Blue Spruce, Picea pungens glauca. 3 yr. 7”-14” This conifer has a blue-green color, and pyramidal form with densely growing horizontal branches. Grows to a mature height of 40 to 60 feet, and is deer-resistant. 10 per packet
Norway Spruce, Picea abies 4 yr. 7”-14” Large, pyramidal tree with long cylindrical cones. Noted for its rapid growth, this tree reaches 50 to 80 feet at maturity. It is the official Christmas tree at Rockefeller Center each year. 10 per packet
White Pine Native species, Pinus strobus. 4 yr. 8”-16” Large tree that grows to 75 to 90 feet at maturity. Soft, long, bluish-green needles. Grows rapidly in a variety of soils and prefers sun. 10 per packet
Fraser Fir, Abies fraseri. 3 yr. 5”-9” Mild fragranced, conical shape, strong limbed. Its ability to retain its soft needles has made the Fraser Fir one of the most popular Christmas trees. Grows to 6 feet in 6-7 years. 10 per packet
Shagbark Hickory Native species Carya ovata 4yr. 6”-12” Large tree named for its very shaggy bark; distinguished by large buds and edible fruit. Will grow in full to partial sun. Height at maturity is 60 to 90 feet. Grows at a slow rate of 12” per year. 5 per packet
White Ash Native species, Fraxinus Americna. 4yr. 12”-24” Big, beautiful branching shade tree grows to 50’-80’ at maturity. The White Ash turns glorious shades of red to deep purple in the fall. The winged seeds provide food for many kinds of birds. 5 per packet
Dogwood – White Flowering, Cornus florida., 1 yr. 12- 18” Beautiful native tree features clusters of white flowers in the spring and scarlet autumn foliage. Grows well in rich, well-drained acidic soil with full sun to partial shade. Grows to 30 feet at maturity. 5 per packet
Pawpaw Native species Asimina triloba 1 yr. 12-18” Known for producing large edible fruit, that some say tastes like bananas, the pawpaw will reach a mature size of 15-30 feet. The pawpaw leaves can be up to 12” long and turn bright yellow in the fall. Grows in full sun to partial shade . 5 per packet
Persimmon Native species Diospyros virginiana 2 yr. 12-16” This slow-growing tree will reach a height of 40 feet at maturity with a 35 foot spread. It produces orange round fruits that have a sweet taste, and are enjoyed by people as well as many species of wildlife. 5 per packet
Redbud, Native species, Cercis canadensis, 1 yr. 12”-18” This small tree grows to 15-30’ tall, and is prized for its bright rose-colored flowers in early spring. Has large, dark green, heart-shaped leaves. 5 per packet
White Oak, Native species, Quercus alba, 1 yr. 12”-18” Excellent for wildlife food, shade and firewood. Dense foliage is bluish-green, to reddish-brown in fall. High resistance to ice breakage and oak wilt. Can grow to 80-100 feet tall. 5 per packet
Winterberry, Native species, IIex verticillata. 3 yr. 6”-12” Female plants produce bright red berries, a bird favorite, which can last all winter long. Likes acidic soils and will tolerate wet, swampy conditions. Deer resistant. Mature height and spread of 6 to 12 feet. 5 per packet
Fuji and Gala Apple 4’-5’bare root. Both are semi-dwarf trees that grow 10-15 feet tall and bear fruit in 4-5 years.
Black Gold and Lapins Sweet Cherry 4-5’ bare root Both are self-fertile, semi-dwarf trees that grow to 18-20 feet tall. Black Gold–trees are tolerant to frost and yield flavorful dark red cherries. Lapins– produce large, crack-resistant, delicious cherries. Variety provided will depend on supplier availability.
Blueberry. 2 yr, 1 liter pot, 12”-18” One each of the following types:
Jewel Black Raspberry, bare root 8”-12” Vigorous, upright plants produce excellent yields of superb quality berries. The glossy black fruit is extra large and firm with superior quality and rich raspberry flavor. Ripens in early to mid summer. Winter hardy and disease resistant.
Pachysandra Terminals. 2 yr. Evergreen ground cover. Perfect for dense shade. Grows 6”-12”, spreading indefinitely. Plantings should be spaced 6”- 10” apart. Hardy. 100 terminals per flat
Sedum – Dragon’s Blood Sedum spurium. 2 yr. Red-margined, green leaves become brilliantly red with cool autumn temperatures. A superb groundcover, border or rock garden subject. 50 terminals per flat