Annual Plant Sale

The Tree & Shrub program runs from January through April.
Redosier Dogwood

Photo by: Steven Katovich, USDA Forest Service, Bugwood

The Conservation District offers an annual tree and shrub seedling sale. We sell a variety of bare root evergreen and deciduous seedlings and transplants to be used for effective conservation purposes. These seedlings and transplants are not intended for resale. Grown by a private New York nursery, these seedlings provide the homeowner with economical conservation materials to establish windbreaks, reforest parcels, prevent soil erosion and create suitable wildlife habitats.

Order Deadline:  Tuesday, April 4, 2017

Pickup Dates:
Friday, April 21, 2017 • 8:30 am – 4:00 pm
Saturday, April 22, 2017 • 8:30am–11:00am

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Plant Use Key

C = Christmas Tree            N = Native              E = Environmental Forestry              S = Shelterbelt
F = Human Food                T = Timber             H = Habitat/Food Wildlife                 W = Watershed

 

Seedling – A tree that has grown up in the bed in which it was sown, remaining there one, two, or three years.

Transplant – A seedling that has been moved to another bed and set out separately a few inches apart. The transplants offered have been in a seedling bed 2 years and transplant bed for 2 years. The transplant is hardier than a seedling in that it has a more extensive root system.

If anyone has any questions or you are looking for something that is not on our list, please call me at 845-292-6552 or e-mail me at lisaschick@liberty.twcbc.com