Conservation Grade Plug Transplants

Conservation grade plug transplants, approx 6-24″ tall depending on species

Available in Fall 2018, dates and species TBD
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We’ve been developing a custom “plug transplant” growing system for quite a few years now, and in the learning process we’ve made [and continue to make] a lot of mistakes…resulting in evergreens with great root systems but top growth which is small or damaged [aborted top buds, split tops, under-fertilization, foliar damage from over-fertilizing, etc]. These are called conservation grade transplants. Since we try to ship up to a standard, not down to a price, we occasionally end up with a large number of these healthy but ugly duckling trees…known in the wholesale industry as “conservation grade” or “park grade” trees.

Soil conservation districts around the country buy conservation grade transplants to replant wild areas and return deforested areas back to their original splendor. But because they generally plant in remote areas, soil conservation districts are only concerned with healthy and cheap, they are not concerned with pretty. Conservation grade transplants become pretty within a few years of their own accord, with the end result being healthy, mature evergreens at low cost to county and state budgets. You too can take advantage of the cost savings of the “conservation grade” approach for your own planting project.

SOLD OUT till Sept 2018
Please consider joining our very unobtrusive email list [only 3-4 emails per year] to be notified when we begin selling and when we begin shipping this species in this size

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