Evergreen Seedlings

Available in Fall 2017

We begin accepting pre-orders of these traditional “bare root” evergreen seedlings in mid-August, with shipping set to begin in late September 2017

Austrian Pine Seedlings – SOLD OUT till Fall 2017 •
Bald Cypress Seedlings – SOLD OUT till Fall 2017 •
Balsam Fir Seedlings – SOLD OUT till Fall 2017 •
Black Hills Spruce Seedlings – SOLD OUT till Fall 2017 •
Black Spruce Seedlings – SOLD OUT till Spring 2018 •
Canadian Hemlock Seedlings – SOLD OUT till Fall 2017 •
Colorado Blue Spruce Seedlings – SOLD OUT till Fall 2017 •
Concolor Fir Seedlings – SOLD OUT till Fall 2017 •
Douglas Fir Seedlings – SOLD OUT till Fall 2017 •
Eastern Red Cedar Seedlings – SOLD OUT till Fall 2017 •
Fraser Fir Seedlings – SOLD OUT till Fall 2017 •
Norway Spruce Seedlings – SOLD OUT till Fall 2017 •
Ponderosa Pine Seedlings – SOLD OUT till Fall 2017 •
Red Pine Seedlings – discontinued in this size [other sizes will be available] •
Serbian Spruce Seedlings – SOLD OUT till Fall 2017 •
Variety Packs of Evergreen Seedlings – SOLD OUT till Fall 2017 •
White Cedar Seedlings – discontinued in this size [other sizes will be available] •
White Pine Seedlings – SOLD OUT till Fall 2017 •
White Spruce Seedlings – SOLD OUT till Fall 2017 •

Confused about species? Try our Evergreen Tree Buyer’s Guide >>

What is a bare root evergreen seedling?

Germinated from seed directly in the ground and grown for one to two years, bare root seedlings are often dug up and transplanted by wholesalers for field growing. Bare root evergreen seedlings require at least some care during the first growing season after planting, especially water during hot or dry weather. The major advantage of bare root seedlings is the low cost. The roots are packed in damp sphagnum moss and wrapped in plastic to retain moisture during shipping. Our bare root evergreen seedling sizes can range widely, from 4 to 20 inches [not including roots] depending on the species, but most of our bare seedlings average 6 to 14 inches. Please refer to the exact sizing info on each tree’s specific page.