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Evergreen Seedlings and Evergreen Transplants For Sale
Deciduous Seedlings For Sale
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Evergreen Plug Seedlings | Evergreen Plug Transplants
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EVERGREEN SEEDLINGS [PLUGS]:
Oriental Spruce
Red Pine
Serbian Spruce
White Cedar
Variety Packs

Shipping Aug 31
and later:

EVERGREEN SEEDLINGS [PLUGS]:
Austrian Pine
Balsam Fir
Black Hills Spruce
Canaan Fir
Colorado Blue Spruce
Concolor Fir
Douglas Fir
Eastern Red Cedar
Fraser Fir
Meyers Spruce
Norway Spruce
Oriental Spruce
Ponderosa Pine
Red Pine
Serbian Spruce
Tamarack Larch
White Cedar
White Pine
White Spruce
Variety Packs

EVERGREEN TRANSPLANTS [PLUGS]:
Austrian Pine
Balsam Fir
Black Hills Spruce
Meyers Spruce
Norway Spruce
Tamarack Larch
White Cedar
White Spruce
Variety Packs

See calendar at bottom of page for detailed info on pre-orders and shipping for Fall 2015


Optional
Packaging
Services
& Items:

Individual Packaging
Gift Bag Packaging
Eco Friendly Packaging
Custom Pendants
Auger, 24" Long by 3" dia

Award Winning Site by The Detroit Free Press

Douglas Fir Transplants

(Pseudotsuga menziesii)

Douglas Fir established themselves as the primary Christmas Tree in the US early in the 20th century, and are still widely used as Christmas trees. Today they are almost universally harvested from tree farms, and not from the wild.

They grow rapidly, and can reach heights of over 200 feet during a lifespan which can surpass 1,000 years. Douglas Fir feature soft gray-green to blue-green needles, which carry a very pleasant aroma when cut or crushed.

They can survive fires due to their thick, nearly impregnable bark, and do well in somewhat wetter sites.

SOLD OUT till Fall 2015

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

Pictures of mature Douglas 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.



Douglas Fir Transplants [10-pack shown]

Approx 10-20 inches for earlier Spring shipments, 8-14 inches for later Spring shipments


Douglas Fir: Zones 3-7

Prefers zones 3-7



Suitable for full sun


• On The Calendar:
• Right now: shipping all remaining evergreen seedling plugs every Mon-Wed till sold out
• August 2015: we begin accepting pre-orders for our new crop of evergreen seedling plugs / evergreen transplant plugs / bare root evergreen seedlings and bare root evergreen transplants
• Late August 2015: we begin shipping our new crop of plug seedlings and plug transplants
• Late September 2015: we begin shipping our new crop of bare root seedlings and bare root transplants
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• A big thanks for moderate temperatures and gentle summer rains along Lake Michigan, the trees are loving it!