Transplants and Larger Stock

Sorry, we are no longer accepting orders for the 2022 Tree Sale.
Thank you for your support. Please check back mid-January for the 2023 sale!
Check our facebook page for remaining inventory to be sold at the Overstock Sale
Friday, April 15, 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and Saturday April 16, 9:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.


Native Wildflowers, Grasses, & Woodland Plants Sale is in Progress Now!
Please Order by June 6, 2022 and Use This Order Form.
Pickup location: 9180 South Custer Rd (M-50), Monroe, MI. (North side of road.)
Order Pick-up and Extra Plant Sale on June 16 from 3:30 6:30pm.


Transplants

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Norway Spruce - Picea abies: 60' to 90' tall with pyramid-shaped crown. Stiff short needles. Fast growing in well drained to somewhat poorly drained clay to loam soil. Full sun, can tolerate some shade. 4 yr.

White Cedar - Thuga occidentalis: Can grow to 50' tall with 10' spread full sun, average well drained soil. Takes well to pruning. 4 yr. Native.

White Pine - Pinus strobes: 75' to 100' tall in well-drained sandy to clay soils. Less tolerant of shade with age. Long needles, fast growth rate. Long soft needles. 4 yr. Native.

White Spruce - Picea Glauca: 75' to 100' tall. A dense pyramidal tree widely used in hedges and windbreaks. Fast growing in well drained to somewhat poorly drained clay to loam soil. Full sun, can tolerate some shade. 4 yr.

Larger Stock


Butterfly Bush - Buddleia davidii: 4 to 10' high with equal spread in well drained average soils, full sun, to partial shade. Light purple long spike flowers. Should be cut back in late fall or early spring. Enjoyed by butter-flies & hummingbirds. Deadheading will encourage new flowers.

Dawn Redwood - Metasequoia glyptostroboides: Fast growing tree that can reach heights of 70 feet and width of 25 feet. Prefers acidic soils. Can tolerate dry and wet sites, but prefers plenty of sunlight. Buttressed lower trunk with rough, reddish-brown bark that peels into long strips. Fern-like feathery foliage emerges light green in spring, changing to dark green in summer and russet-brown in autumn.

Tulip Poplar - Liriodendron tulipifera: (Magnolia family) Fast growing 70 to 90' with 35 to 50' spread in slightly acid soil, full sun. Leaves are a curious shape & the greenish yellow flowers resemble tulips. Needs adequate space to grow. Prune awkward growth & dead wood in winter. Native.
White Flowering Dogwood - Cornus florida:: Larger stock only. White blossoms in May / early June, red berries in the fall. Mature height 10 to 12. Slow to medium growth, preferring shade & well drained soils. Used for ornamental, understory & wildlife.

Sorry, we are no longer accepting orders for the 2022 Tree Sale.
Thank you for your support. Please check back mid-January for the 2023 sale!
Check our facebook page for remaining inventory to be sold at the Overstock Sale
Friday, April 15, 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and Saturday April 16, 9:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.


Native Wildflowers, Grasses, & Woodland Plants Sale is in Progress Now!
Please Order by June 6, 2022 and Use This Order Form.
Pickup location: 9180 South Custer Rd (M-50), Monroe, MI. (North side of road.)
Order Pick-up and Extra Plant Sale on June 16 from 3:30 6:30pm.


Monroe Conservation District
1137 South Telegraph Road, Monroe, MI 48161
734-265-9311     Catherine.Acerboni@mi.nacdnet.net
www.monroecd.org