"Once I got the bags opened and could see them individually, as well as the root systems, I was even more impressed. The trees are of a much better quality than many I've gotten thru "major" outlets."
-Dwight C.


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Bald Cypress

(Taxodium distichum) Medium to fast growing to 80'-100'+ with a 25' spread. Will tolerate wet areas, but very adaptable. Beautiful, long lived tree that makes a great shade tree. (Zone 4-9)

Black Cherry


(Prunus serotina) Fast growing to 50'-60'+ with a 25' spread. Prefers full sun. Small cherries attract birds, squirrels, rabbits, turkey and deer. (Zone 3-9)

Black Tupelo

Black Tupelo (Nyssa Sylvatica) 30'-60' with 25" spread. Bottom land tree with beautiful fall foliage, excellent fruit for birds & mammals and nectar for bees. (Zone 3-9)

Chickasaw Plum

Chickasaw plum - (Prunus angustifolia) 25' with a 15' spread. Full to part sun. Fruits for wildlife and jams and jellies. ( Zone 4-9)

Crabapple

(Malus angustifolia) 25' with a 10'-15' spread. Small apples provide excellent food for wildlife. Prefers moist, well drained soils and full sun. (Zone 4-8)

Dogwood

(Cornus florida) 20'-30' with a 20' spread. Prefers shade, needs good drainage. Beautiful white flowers in early spring. (Zone 5-9)

Elderberry

(Sambucus canadensis) 8'-12' with a 8'-12' spread. Large shrub with showy white flowers and edible fruit for wildlife and jelly, wine, etc. (Zone 3-9)

Gobbler Sawtooth Oak

(Quercus acutissima gobbler) Fast growing to 40'-45' with a 25' spread. Easy to grow. Produces small acorns at a young age favored by turkeys and deer. (Zone 5-9)

Hickory


Mockernut Hickory (Carya tomentosa) 60'-80' with 30'+ spread. Beautiful, large forest tree with high quality wood and nuts for wildlife. (Zone 4-9)

Mayhaw

(Crataegus aestivalis) 20'-30' with a 20' spread. Mayhaw is naturally found in low, wet, slightly acid areas, but will produce best on upland sites in full sun. (Zone 6-9)

Nuttall Oak

(Quercus nuttallii) Fast growing to 80'-100' with a 40' spread. Will tolerate poor soils. Produces large quantities of acorns for wildlife. (Zone 5-9)

Paw Paw

(Asimina triloba) 20'-30' with a 20' spread. Largest edible fruit native to US. (Zone 5-8) The Paw paw usually run a bit smaller: 12"-15".

Pecan

(Carya illinoinesis) 100' with a 40' spread. Nuts are a great wildlife food. (Zone 5-9) These trees are grown from seed so they are not a particular named grafted variety.

Persimmon

(Diospyros virginiana) 40'-60' with a 20'-30' spread. Needs sun. Great fruit for wildlife. (Zone 4-9)

Red Oak

(Quercus michauxii) (Quercus rubra) Fast growing to 60'-80' with a 40' spread. Great shade tree with beautiful red Fall foliage. (Zone 3-8)

Redbud

Redbud - (Cercis canadenis) 20'-30' with a 20' spread. Under story tree with beautiful purplish pink blooms in early Spring. Full sun to part shade. (Zone 4-9)

Sawtooth Oak

(Quercus acutissima) Fast growing to 40'-45' with a 25' spread. Easy to grow. Produces large acorns at a young age making it one of the best wildlife trees. (Zone 5'-9')

Swamp Chestnut Oak

(Quercus michauxii) 70'-80' with a 40' spread. Prefers wet areas, but very adaptable. Big, beautiful tree with sweet acorns for wildlife. (Zone 4-9)

White Oak

(Quercus alba) 80'-100' with a 50'-80' spread. Very adaptable. Magnificent shade tree with acorns for wildlife. (Zone 3-9)

Wild Pear

(Pyrus communis) 30'-40' with a 20' spread. Needs sun. Pears are an excellent food source for all wildlife.(Zone 4-9)
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Shipping January - May 2017