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EVERGREEN SEEDLINGS [BARE ROOT]:
Black Hills Spruce
Black Spruce
Ponderosa Pine
White Pine
White Spruce
Variety Packs

BEVERGREEN TRANSPLANTS [BARE ROOT}:
Black Hills Spruce

EVERGREEN SEEDLINGS [PLUGS]:
Black Hills Spruce
Colorado Blue Spruce
Eastern Red Cedar
Norway Spruce
Oriental Spruce
Ponderosa Pine
Red Pine
Serbian Spruce
Tamarack Larch
White Cedar
White Pine
Variety Packs

DECIDUOUS BROADLEAF SEEDLINGS [BARE ROOT]:
American Crabapple
American Plum
Common Chokecherry
Common Paw Paw
Common Witch Hazel
Domestic Apple
Eastern Redbud
Golden Rain Tree
Hardy Apricot
Japanese Tree Lilac
Musclewood
Sargent Crabapple
Saskatoon Serviceberry
Shadblow Serviceberry
Speckled Alder
White Flowering Dogwood


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Auger, 24" Long by 3" dia

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Balsam Fir Transplants

(a.k.a. Silver Fir, Eastern Fir, Canadian Fir)
(Abies balsamea or Pinus balsamea)

Highly fragrant and very popular as a Christmas tree, the Balsam Fir can grow to heights of 60-90 feet, can grow in partial shade and somewhat swampy soils, and can live for over 200 years. It serves well as a privacy screen or windbreak due to it's fairly average 1 foot annual growth rate combined with its dense foliage. The Balsam Fir's popularity as a Christmas tree cannot be overstated.

The Balsam Fir is so similar to the Fraser Fir that scientists believe that not too long ago [and we're talking millennia here] they were one and the same.

Wildlife rely extensively on this tree for shelter and also for food [mostly the seed], and although deer may eat small amounts, they do not prefer it over other food sources. Martens, hares and songbirds often take refuge in thick Balsam Fir stands.

SOLD OUT till Fall 2015

OTHER SIZES AND OPTIONS:
Balsam Fir are offered in the following sizes:
• bare root seedling [sold out till Fall 2015]
• bare root transplant [sold out till Fall 2015]
• plug seedling [sold out till Fall 2015]
• plug transplant [sold out till Fall 2015]
• conservation grade plug transplant [n/a]
Comparable/alternative species: Canaan Fir, Fraser Fir, Concolor Fir, Douglas Fir
Confused about species? Check out our Evergreen Tree Buyers Guide

Pictures of mature Balsam Fir
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These pictures are for general identification and description only. As your trees reach maturity, they may vary slightly in size, color, and general appearance.



Balsam Fir Transplants [10-pack shown]

Approx 8-15" inches for early Spring shipments, 6-12" for late Spring shipments


Balsam Fir: Zones 3-7

Prefers zones 3-7



Suitable for full sun and partial shade


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• Right now: shipping all available plug seedlings, plug transplants, bare root seedlings and bare root transplants every Mon-thurs all Spring
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• A big thanks for a nice warmup followed by a cold Michigan spring along the lakeshore, the trees are loving it even if we humans have cabin fever!