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Tuscola Conservation District ®             1075 Cleaver Rd Caro, MI 48723               Phone 989.673.8174 ext. 3                     Fax 1.855.693.2497  
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  • Red Mulberry - 18-24" 2-0 bareroot, a native deciduous known for its dark purple berries that ripen in late spring utilized for cooking/canning and food for wildlife, can reach heights of 70 ft. if left unpruned.
    $30.00

    18-24" 2-0 bareroot, a native deciduous known for its dark purple berries that ripen in late spring utilized for cooking/canning and food for wildlife, can reach heights of 70 ft. if left unpruned.

  • Red Oak - Red Oak, 2-0, 12-24" Sold in bundles of 10,25 or 50 One of the fastest growing of our native hardwoods. Prefers well drained clay to loamy sand, moderately shade tolerant, excellent for wildlife.
    $30.00

    Red Oak, 2-0, 12-24" Sold in bundles of 10,25 or 50 One of the fastest growing of our native hardwoods. Prefers well drained clay to loamy sand, moderately shade tolerant, excellent for wildlife.

  • Red Osier Dogwood - 24-36" 1-0 bareroot, a great shrub for moist-wet soils, known for its bright red stem that pops against the snow during winter, reaches heights of 6-10', dark green leaves that flower during spring.

    24-36" 1-0 bareroot, a great shrub for moist-wet soils, known for its bright red stem that pops against the snow during winter, reaches heights of 6-10', dark green leaves that flower during spring.

  • Red Pine Seedlings - Red Pine 8-12" 3-0, Reaches 66 - 115 feet tall. Self pruning, prefers well drained sandy soil. Moderate-fast growth, needs full sun.

    Red Pine 8-12" 3-0, Reaches 66 - 115 feet tall. Self pruning, prefers well drained sandy soil. Moderate-fast growth, needs full sun.

  • Red Rhubarb - Excellent sweet yet tart flavor with bright red color. Winter hardy and disease resistant.
    $7.00

    Excellent sweet yet tart flavor with bright red color. Winter hardy and disease resistant.

  • Redhaven Peach Tree - 4-6' bareroot, standard peach to which all others are compared. The flesh is firm and yellow with a smooth texture. Vigorous and bears early. Freestone, self-fruitful.

    4-6' bareroot, standard peach to which all others are compared. The flesh is firm and yellow with a smooth texture. Vigorous and bears early. Freestone, self-fruitful.

  • Robada Apricot - Developed in the late 90's, this apricot is known for its fruit size as one of the largest in the market. Freestone, finishes red with a bright orange flesh. Great balance between acidic and sweet.

    Developed in the late 90's, this apricot is known for its fruit size as one of the largest in the market. Freestone, finishes red with a bright orange flesh. Great balance between acidic and sweet.

  • Rose of Sharon - 24-36" 1-0 bareroot, this hardy hibiscus is valued for its tight, upright form and large summer blossoms. Winter hardy and tolerant of full-partial sun, prefers moist well-drained soils.

    24-36" 1-0 bareroot, this hardy hibiscus is valued for its tight, upright form and large summer blossoms. Winter hardy and tolerant of full-partial sun, prefers moist well-drained soils.

  • $38.00

    25# Bag, Plants 1/2-3/4 Acre. Plant: May-June, Annual forage plot/screen mix. Includes: Buckwheat, Wilder Grain Sorghum, Soybeans, Frostmaster Peas, Peredovic Sunflower, and Sorghum Sudangrass.

  • Sargent Crabapple - 12-18" 1-0 bareroot, compact flowering tree reaching heights of 10-15', white flowers appear in May, fruit is a dark-red pome that ripens in October (will cross pollinate with apple trees).

    12-18" 1-0 bareroot, compact flowering tree reaching heights of 10-15', white flowers appear in May, fruit is a dark-red pome that ripens in October (will cross pollinate with apple trees).

  • Seascape Strawberry - This is an everearing fruit in summer and fall. The berries are large, prolific, and have good flavor when picked ripe from the plant.

    This is an everearing fruit in summer and fall. The berries are large, prolific, and have good flavor when picked ripe from the plant.

  • Seckel Pear - 4-6', bare root, semi-dwarf. Native to Pennsylvania, harvest period starts in September and lasts until snowfall. Fruits are bell shaped pears that are very sweet. Excellent for eating off the tree.
    $18.00

    4-6', bare root, semi-dwarf. Native to Pennsylvania, harvest period starts in September and lasts until snowfall. Fruits are bell shaped pears that are very sweet. Excellent for eating off the tree.

  • Serbian Blue Spruce Transplant - 8-15" 2-1, this new variety of evergreen is being utilized as a replacement for Colorado Blues that are suffering from needle cast, very similar to the CO Blue and grows to 50-60'.

    8-15" 2-1, this new variety of evergreen is being utilized as a replacement for Colorado Blues that are suffering from needle cast, very similar to the CO Blue and grows to 50-60'.

  • Serbian Spruce Husky - 15"+ 2-2, this new variety of evergreen is being utilized as a replacement for Colorado Blues that are suffering from needle cast, very similar to the CO Blue and grows to 50-60'.

    15"+ 2-2, this new variety of evergreen is being utilized as a replacement for Colorado Blues that are suffering from needle cast, very similar to the CO Blue and grows to 50-60'.

  • Serviceberry - 18-24" 1-0 bareroot, a small native understory tree with white flowers and bright red fruits, leaves change to outstanding orange-red color in fall, produces purple fruit excellent for bird watchers.
    $20.00

    18-24" 1-0 bareroot, a small native understory tree with white flowers and bright red fruits, leaves change to outstanding orange-red color in fall, produces purple fruit excellent for bird watchers.

TREE SALE IS INTENDED FOR PICK-UP ONLY.
CREDIT CARD TRANSACTIONS WILL BE CHARGED 2.9%
PAYMENT IS ACCEPTABLE AT ANYTIME, 
PAYMENT AT PICKUP IS CASH OR CHECK ONLY.