2018 Tree & Plant Sale Order Form

Montgomery Soil & Water Conservation District

*Please Note: a 5% fee is included in each item's price to cover PayPal's transaction fee. If you would prefer not to pay the fee, go to MontgomerySWCD.org to print an order form, and mail it to our office with your check or money order, made out to 'Montgomery SWCD'*

If you'd prefer a printable order form, please go to MontgomerySWCD.org

Orders and payment are due by Monday, March 16th, 2018. Pickup will be at the Montgomery SWCD office on April 12th-13th, 8am-5pm. Place your order early; we have limited quantities of some trees and plants! Any extras items will be available for sale during order pickup on a first-come, first-served basis, and can only be paid for with cash or check.

Any orders left five business days after the pick-up date will be donated at the discretion of the Montgomery SWCD, and no refunds will be granted.

Please remember: these trees and shrubs are bare rooted tree seedlings, not full grown trees. Most orders fit into one or two grocery bags. Anyone may purchase from this sale. To keep costs low, we cannot furnish replacements, or mail or deliver orders. We reserve the right to make substitutions if necessary.

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Species Name
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Description
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Deciduous & Nut Tree Seedlings (Native)

NEW! Basswood (1 or 5) Tilia americana 12-18”, 1 yr Flowers, Birds, Wildlife, Pollinators, Butterflies, Ash replacement, EdibleHeight 50-80', up to 50'wide. Full sun to part shade, moist to well-drained soils. Heart-shaped leaves. Abundant small, fragrant pale yellow spring flowers loved by bees led to the nickname 'bee tree'. 1:$3.15, 5:$16.80
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Paw Paw (Common) (1 or 5) Asimina triloba 12-18”, 2 yr Birds, Wildlife, Butterflies, EdibleGrows 12-20'. Slow growing. Maroon flowers in spring. Prefers deep fertile soils and full sun. Highly nutritious custard-like fruit with a tropical flavor ripens in late summer to fall. Two needed for fruiting. 1:$2.10, 5:$10.50
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American Persimmon (1 or 5) Diospyros virginiana 12-18”, 1 yr Birds, Wildlife, Pollinators, Butterflies, EdibleHeight 30-60'. Orange fruit is sweet after frost. Full sun to part shade, moist to dry soils. 1:$2.10, 5:$6.30
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Red Oak (1 or 5)

Quercus rubra 12-18”, 1 yr Birds, Wildlife, Pollinators, Butterflies, Ash replacementHeight 70-80' in full to part sun, dry to medium soils. Dense green foliage turns deep red in fall. Relatively fast growing. Tolerant of urban conditions. Very valuable to wildlife, moths and butterflies. 1:$2.10, 5:$6.30
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River Birch (1 or 5) Betula nigra 12-18”, 1 yr Birds, Wildlife, ButterfliesGrows 40 -70' tall and up to 60'wide in full sun to part shade. Fast growing. Does well in medium to wet soils. Peeling bark adds winter interest. Very valuable to birds for seeds and nesting. 1:$2.10, 5:$5.25
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NEW! Sassafras (1 or 5) Sassafras albidum 12-18”, 1 yr Flowers, Birds, Wildlife, Pollinators, ButterfliesGrows 30-60' high, 25-40' wide in many soil types, full sun to part shade. Leaves may be oval, mitten-shaped or three lobed on the same tree, and turn yellow, purple and red in fall. 1:$2.10, 5:$8.40
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Shellbark Hickory (1 or 5) Carya laciniosa 12-18”, 1 yr Birds, Wildlife, Butterflies, Ash replacement, EdibleHeight 60-80'. Straight trunk, shiny dark green leaves, and a sweet, edible nut. Does well in medium soils to wet bottomlands and marginal floodplains. 1:$3.15, 5:$12.60
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Sugar Maple (1 or 5)

Acer saccharum 12-18”, 2 yr Birds, Pollinators, Butterflies, Ash replacement, EdibleHeight 75'. Popular shade and ornamental tree. Prefers full sun to part shade in moist soils. Its sap can be used for maple syrup. Brilliant scarlet-orange fall foliage. 1:$2.10, 5:$6.30
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Tulip Poplar  (1 or 5) Liriodendron tulipifera 12-18”, 1 yr Flowers, Birds, Pollinators, Butterflies, Ash replacementHeight 80-150'. Prefers moist well-drained soil in full sun, but will tolerate part shade. Has green tulip shaped leaves and flowers (greenish-yellow with an orange base). Blooms in mid-June. 1:$2.10, 5:$6.30
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White Flowering Dogwood (1 or 5) Cornus florida 12-18”, 1 yr Flowers, Birds, Wildlife, Pollinators, ButterfliesGrows 15-40'. Beautiful white flowers in the spring. Red leaves in the fall. Red berries eaten by numerous song and game birds and other wildlife. Prefers moist, rich soils. 1:$2.10, 5:$6.30
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White Oak (1 or 5) Quercus alba 12-18”, 1 yr Birds, Wildlife, Pollinators, Butterflies, Ash replacementHeight 50-80'. Dark green leaves with deeply rounded lobes and light gray bark. Does well with full sun in a variety of soils, from moist to dry. Very valuable to wildlife, moths and butterflies. 1:$2.10, 5:$7.35
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Small Trees/Shrubs (Native)

Allegheny Serviceberry (1 or 5) Amelanchier laevis 12-18”, 1 yr Flowers, Birds, Wildlife, Pollinators, Butterflies, EdibleAlso known as Juneberry. Height 25', width 15'. White fragrant flowers become sweet purple fruit. Yellow to red fall color. Prefers moist, acidic, rich soils, but is adaptable. Full sun to partial shade. 1:$2.10, 5:$7.35
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American Hazelnut (1 or 5) Corylus americana 12-18”, 1 yr Birds, Wildlife, Pollinators, Butterflies, EdibleGrows to 16' tall and 13'wide. Also known as the American Filbert. Adaptable to moist or dry soils. Best nut production in full sun, two needed for nut production. Tasty nuts desirable to humans & wildlife. 1:$2.10, 5:$7.35
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NEW! Smooth Wild Rose (1 or 5) Rosa blanda 12-18”, 1 yr Flowers, Birds, Wildlife, Pollinators, Butterflies, EdibleNative rose. Canes lack prickles on new growth. Can grow mounding or trellis-trained. Full sun to part shade, dry to moist soil. Fragrant pink blooms with bright yellow center mature into edible rose 'hips'. 1:$2.10, 5:$6.30
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NEW! Common Witchhazel (1 or 5) Hamamelis virginiana 12-18”, 1 yr Flowers, Birds, Wildlife, Pollinators, ButterfliesGrows to 30' high, 15' wide. Attractive small tree with bright yellow flowers blooming October to December. Fall color is also a bright yellow. Good for naturalizing in sun or shade. Deer resistant. 1:$2.10, 5:$8.40
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Elderberry (1 or 5) Sambucus canadensis 12-18", 1 yr Flowers, Birds, Wildlife, Pollinators, Butterflies, EdibleFast growing up to 10' tall and 8' wide. Needs full sun. Grows in any soil type and is wetland tolerant. White flowers bloom in the summer. Blue-black berries are used to make jelly, preserves and wine. 1:$2.10, 5:$6.30
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NEW! New Jersey Tea (1 or 5) Ceanothus americanus 6-12", 1 yr Flowers, Birds, Wildlife, Pollinators, Butterflies, Nitrogen fixer, EdibleGrows 5' high and wide. Full sun to part shade, dry to medium soils. Glossy leaves and abundant white flowers loved by hummingbirds. Deer resistant. Leaves have been used as a tea substitute. 1:$2.10, 5:$9.45
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NEW! Northern Bayberry (1 or 5) Morella pensylvanica 12-18", 1 yr Birds, Wildlife, ButterfliesGrows 5-10' high and wide. Slow growing. Full sun to part shade, dry to wet soils. If both male and female plants present, females will have silvery berries. Glossy aromatic leaves and berries persist into Winter. 1:$2.10, 5:$7.35
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NEW! Purple-Flowering Raspberry (1 or 5) Rubus odoratus 18-24", 1 yr Flowers, Birds, Wildlife, Pollinators, Butterflies, EdibleGrows to 3-6' high, 6-12' wide. Full sun to part shade, moist soils. Showy large rose-lavender flowers and dark green large maple-like leaves on upright, arching thornless canes. Fruit edible but not plentiful. 1:$3.15, 5:$11.55
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Spicebush (1 or 5) Lindera benzoin 12-18", 1 yr Flowers, Birds, Wildlife, Pollinators, Butterflies, EdibleGrows 6-12'. Very showy deciduous shrub that is very tolerant of wet, shady conditions. Tiny clusters of small white flowers in spring and scarlet fruit in fall. Oblong, aromatic green leaves turn yellow in fall. 1:$2.10, 5:$6.30
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Groundcovers (Native)

American Cranberrybush (5) Vaccinium macrocarpon 12-18", 1 yr Flowers, Birds, Wildlife, Pollinators, Butterflies, EdibleProstrate habit, usually less than 1' tall. Light pink flowers and red edible fruit! Leaves glossy green in the summer and reddish-brown in winter. Prefers wet, acidic soils and full sun. 5:$12.60
NEW! Creeping Juniper (5) Juniperus horizontalis 3-6", 2 yr Birds, Wildlife, ButterfliesLow-growing. 1-2' tall and up to 10'wide. Blue-green scale-like foliage, purplish edges in winter. Sun to part-shade. Great for dry areas, for retaining walls, foundations and erosion control. Native to northern U.S. 5:$6.30
Woodland Strawberries (5) Fragaria vesca 3-6”, 1 yr Flowers, Birds, Wildlife, Pollinators, Butterflies, EdibleHeight 3 - 9", spread up to 1'. A lovely native groundcover for full sun to part shade, medium to well drained soil. Spreads by runners. White flowers followed by small but tasty, sweet bright red strawberries! 5:$3.15

Evergreens (Conifers)

Arborvitae (1 or 25) Thuja occidentalis 8-15”, 2 yr Birds, WildlifeNATIVE. (Northern White Cedar) Height 40'. Evergreen foliage is scale-like and flat. For windbreaks, plant 4' apart. Red squirrels and birds like the seeds. 1:$2.10, 25:$14.70
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Colorado Blue Spruce (1 or 25) Picea pungens 12-18”, 4 yr Birds, WildlifeGrows 80-100'. Needles 1-1.5" long. Color varies from green to silver blue. Likes ordinary soil, average moisture & full sun. Slowest growing, but most popular spruce. Ornamental, windbreaks, Christmas trees. 1:$2.10, 25:$36.75
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Norway Spruce (1 or 25) Picea abies 14-18”, 3 yr Birds, WildlifeGrows 60-90'. Dark green needles. Branches droop gracefully tree matures. Does well in average soil, but prefers moist soil to maintain a deep green color. Ornamental, or used as timber or for windbreaks. 1:$2.10, 25:$29.40
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NEW! Red Cedar (1 or 25) Juniperus virginiana 10-16", 2 yr Birds, Wildlife, ButterfliesNATIVE. Grows 30-65'. Full sun, dry to moist soil. Dark green 'scale-like' foliage. Reddish brown bark exfoliates in thin strips on mature trees. Blue berry-like cones on female trees a favorite of many birds. 1:$2.10, 25:$33.60
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White Pine  (1 or 25) Pinus strobus 12-18”, 4 yr Birds, Wildlife, ButterfliesNATIVE. Grows 75-100'. Soft blue-green needles 3-5" long. Prefers moist sandy loam soil, full sun. 1:$2.10, 25:$39.90
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NEW! White Spruce (1 or 25) Picea glauca 12-18", 3 yr Birds, Wildlife, ButterfliesNative to northern U.S. Grows 40-60'. Green to gray-green needles, 1/3 to 3/4" long. Likes moist soil & full sun. Good as an ornamental or in windbreaks in both rural and urban areas. Common for Christmas trees. 1:$2.10, 25:$28.35
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Wildflowers/Perennials (Native)

Blue False Indigo (1) Baptisia australis 1 gal. pot Flowers, Birds, Wildlife, Pollinators, Butterflies, Nitrogen fixerDeep blue flowers with blue-green foliage. Deep rooted, slow growing, and long lived. Reaches 3-5'. Full sun, dry to moist soil. Deer-resistant. 1:$8.40
Blue Flag Iris (1) Iris versicolor 1 gal. pot Flowers, Birds, Pollinators, ButterfliesViolet-blue flowers accented with pale yellow. Height and spread 2-3'. Moist to wet soil, part shade to full sun. Provides nectar for native bees and hummingbirds! 1:$8.40
Butterflyweed (1) Asclepias tuberosa 1 gal. pot Flowers, Birds, Pollinators, ButterfliesBright orange blossoms. Blooms June - August and reaches a height of 2-3'. Full to part sun and well drained, dry to moist soils. Great for monarch butterflies. 1:$8.40
Cardinal Flower (1) Lobelia cardinalis 1 gal. pot Flowers, BirdsBright red flower spikes. Grows to a height of 2-5'. Blooms July-September. Loved by hummingbirds. Full sun to nearly full shade, wet to moist soil. 1:$8.40
NEW! Christmas Fern (1) Polystichum acrostichoides 1 gal. pot Birds, Wildlife, ButterfliesHeight and spread of 1-2'. Dry to medium soil, part to full shade. Glossy green arching fronds are evergreen for winter interest. 1:$8.40
Swamp Milkweed (1) Asclepias incarnata 1 gal. pot Flowers, Birds, Pollinators, ButterfliesMauve flowers attract butterflies, especially monarchs, who need milkweed to survive. Grows 2-4'. Great for a rain garden, and equally wonderful for dry areas. 1:$8.40

Supplies

Single Rain Barrel Kit (1) Parts, (No Barrel!) instructions, and Tip Sheet. For those who already have a barrel and just need the supplies to convert it into a rain barrel. 1:$31.50
Single Rain Barrel Kit & Barrel (1) 55 gallon Barrel, Parts, instructions, and Tip Sheet. Everything you need to make and hook up a rain barrel! 1:$57.75
Marking Flags (1) White Vinyl Flag (2.5" by 3.5") on a 21" wire staff. Make your young trees safer by making them more visible. 1:$0.11
4' Tube Tree Shelter w/ Stake (1) Boost upward growth and protect from wildlife. Made in America, 100% recycled plastic. "Miracle Tube Tree Shelters" brand. Rated the best in independent studies! 1:$5.25
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